This year Murrup Barak have piloted two new student led programs: The Indigenous Ambassadors and Mentors Program, and The Murrup Barak Student Representative Committee.
ASHEfest has now become an integral event in the community for Indigenous youth to learn and enjoy their ancestral heritage and participate with other family members from other regions of the Goulburn Valley.
The University has welcomed seven new recruits into the workforce through its Indigenous Australian Employment Development Program (IAEDP).
Indigenous Academics, students and staff came together to celebrate Indigenous student success at the Indigenous Student Awards night in October. The picture which was painted by the awards is a diverse Indigenous student community who are engaging deeply and successfully as writers, artists, community members, leaders, sportspeople, academics and ambassadors for both Murrup Barak and The University of Melbourne.
Forty-five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Years 11 and 12 attended the Murrup Barak Experience and Leadership Camp during the recent school holidays.