Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research provides a focal point for Indigenous students, encouraging and supporting students’ participation and success in higher education.  Staff of the Centre are also involved in Indigenous research and education at Flinders University as well as being actively involved in communities of practice.


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17-21/02/14 Yunggorendi Orientation Program - See details for this great start to uni. You need to register for this Program - contact

24/07/14 - Life in the Uni Lane - A hands on day for Indigenous students in years 8-10 studying at schools in Southern Adelaide. More... 


2014 Yunggorendi Seminars

21/02 - Testing Ground and Tense Past – investigations and inherited histories with Dr Julie Gough speaking about her work as an artist and curator, co-hosted with Flinders University Art Museum & City Gallery. 4 - 5pm at Flinders University Victoria Square. Details... video & audio... blog...


Our Values Statement: is framed from our name and core purpose – ‘to impart knowledge, to communicate, to inform’ in and through higher education. The name 'Yunggorendi' was given to the Centre by Kaurna people, traditional owners of the lands and waters on which the Bedford Park Campus of Flinders University is situated.

Visit our project site Tellin' the stories to watch and share video interviews to inspire Indigenous people to become teachers.

Long Way Home - A celebration of 21 years of Yunggorendi First Nations Centre. Exhibition catalogue available for $5 from Unibooks or from the Flinders University City Gallery. Details

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