I started my university studies at La Trobe University’s Bundoora campus in 1971.
One of only a few students to be accepted into university from my class at Broadmeadows High, I was a recent child migrant and the first in my family to study at university. They were exciting days, being amongst the political activists, demonstrating about important social issues, sit-ins in the VC’s office.
By the time the Albury-Wodonga campus was opened, I was living in Wodonga and enrolled to study further. After a long association with La Trobe, I now work as Senior Disability and Equity Advisor at the Albury-Wodonga campus and, thoroughly enjoy my role.