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Six Rhodes students among GradStar’s top graduates

Six students from Rhodes University are among GradStar’s top 100 tertiary students in South Africa.

Rhodes University wins NAF Student Festival Award for Best Ensemble

Rhodes University’s drama department won Best Ensemble Award at this year’s Student Festival at the National Arts Festival (NAF), for its play, Seeing Red.

Homegrown musical ambassadors need your support!

The Grahamstown KWANTU Choir is a young choir started in 2017 by a group of mostly students from Rhodes University and the youth and community of Rhini and Joza townships, from the Makana Municipality, in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

Support Services available to Rhodes University students

The 2018 mid-year exam period has started. If you or someone you know is struggling to cope during this time, we urge you to make use of the support services that are available to Rhodes University students.
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May

Good day all, The Rhodes University Health Care Centre, HIV & Staff Wellness Office and SRC in partnership with the Department of Health (DoH), Raphael Centre, Jabez Centre and Khethimpilo will be facilitating the first session of its "First Thing's First HIV testing Campaign" during the week of the 14 – 18 May 2018. This drive will include a free test for HIV, TB screening, Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure (BP), Nutrition Assessment (BMI), Family Planning and Pap smear. Pap smear will be done at the Health Care Centre. Testing stations will be at the Eden Grove Foyer, Bicycle Lawns and Steve Biko Lawns (8h30 - 16h00). First Things First aims to help students, as future leaders, to be responsible, get tested for HIV, know their status and commit to behaviour that would benefit them and their peers. Students and staff members are encouraged to take advantage of this unique campaign. Do the right thing and be health wise! For further enquiries please contact Thandi Mzizi at ext.7075 or email t.mzizi @ ru.ac.za

First Things First Testing Campaign

Date Released : 12/05/2018

Good day all, The Rhodes University Health Care Centre, HIV & Staff Wellness Office and SRC in partnership with the Department of Health (DoH), Raphael Centre, Jabez Centre and Khethimpilo will be facilitating the first session of its "First Thing's First HIV testing Campaign" during the week of the 14 – 18 May 2018. This drive will include a free test for HIV, TB screening, Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure (BP), Nutrition Assessment (BMI), Family Planning and Pap smear. Pap smear will be done at the Health Care Centre. Testing stations will be at the Eden Grove Foyer, Bicycle Lawns and Steve Biko Lawns (8h30 - 16h00). First Things First aims to help students, as future leaders, to be responsible, get tested for HIV, know their status and commit to behaviour that would benefit them and their peers. Students and staff members are encouraged to take advantage of this unique campaign. Do the right thing and be health wise! For further enquiries please contact Thandi Mzizi at ext.7075 or email t.mzizi @ ru.ac.za