Founded 1951 as College of New South Wales University of Technology. Became an autonomous Institution 1965 and amalgamated with the Hunter Institute of Higher Education 1989.
- Education and Arts FacultyFields of study: Ancient Civilizations, Anthropology, Art Education, Chinese, Classical Languages, Cultural Studies, Dance, Education, English, Film, Fine Arts, French, German, History, Japanese, Linguistics, Media Studies, Music, Music Education, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Preschool Education, Primary Education, Religion, Secondary Education, Social Work, Sociology, Speech Therapy and Audiology, Theatre, Theology, Writing
- Science and Information Technology FacultyFields of study: Biological and Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Clinical Psychology, Communication Arts, Development Studies, Earth Sciences, Environmental Management, Environmental Studies, Food Science, Geography, Information Technology, Marine Science and Oceanography, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Sports, Statistics
- Academic year: March to November (March-June, July-November)
- Requirements: Higher School Certificate (HSC) or recognized foreign equivalent, or previous tertiary study. Admission to some undergraduate courses requires additional testing, audition or portfolio. Prior tertiary studies may be recognized for course credit
- Students allowance: Co-ed