Following consultation with NSW Police, there is no change to UNSW’s security status and the University is operating as normal
Photos from the red carpet at the premiere of UnINDIAN, a major feature film directed by UNSW alumnus Anupam Sharma, starring former cricketer Brett Lee, and featuring UNSW's Kensington campus as a key location.
NSW Police has advised that a new threat made against a number of universities is general in nature and not a specific or direct threat. All UNSW activities are running as normal.
NSW Police has advised that the general security threat at UNSW has been downgraded.
Staff and students should remain vigilant and alert, but not alarmed as investigations by NSW Police continue into a security threat made against the University. Classes will run as normal.
As advised by NSW Police, the campus remains open and classes will continue as normal tomorrow, Tuesday 13 October.
UNSW has been made aware of a threat to the safety of staff and students on the Kensington campus and is working with the NSW Police.
The Indian and University communities have marked the anniversary of Gandhi’s birth, with school children leading the re-creation of his famous salt march.
UNSW will play a starring role at the Australian premiere of unINDIAN, a major feature film directed by alumnus Anupam Sharma and starring former cricketer Brett Lee.