UTown Self-Guided Tour

Download these useful guides* (page 1/page 2) for a self-guided tour of University Town!

Alternatively, you may also wish to embark on an interactive self-guided tour by downloading our NUS Campus Explorer app available on both ITunes and Google Play Store! Listen to the audio guides and check in to the various buildings to win a mystery gift! Have fun exploring UTown!

* Best viewed in Google Chrome and optimised for A3

NUS Student Portal

Current NUS students can now access myPortal@NUS.

Did you know? To cater to every sleep cycle, many facilities such as the PC and Mac Commons, and the study clusters, are open 24/7.

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    CTPCLC Info Session 2018
    Is there a cause you feel passionate about? Are you searching for ways to get involved and spearhead community projects? Learn to take the lead in creating a community movement and make informed decisions to collectively solve issues on the ground. Join our info session to find out more about our programmes and admissions process.

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    RunNUS 2018
    RunNUS is an annual running event organised by NUS Students' Sports Club to promote healthy lifestyles among NUS population and the public. Since its inception in 2007, RunNUS has become one of the biggest and most anticipated event for NUS students, staff and alumni. This year, in our 12th year of running, RunNUS will be partnering with NUS Disability Support...

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    Oral Communication Camp 2018
    In line with the National University of Singapore’s ‘Able Communicator Initiative’ to nurture able communicators amongst our students, the Centre for English Language Communication (CELC) is organising an Oral Communication Camp entitled 'Discover the good speaker: Speaking competently, critically and ethically in the age of ‘fake news’'. 

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