Academic advising can help you understand and address key factors that influence your academic progress and success. Early intervention can enhance your performance and prevent the serious consequences of continued poor performance. Academic advising can cover a broad range of topics, so it is important to understand where to seek relevant support.
If you have a question about areas such as:
If you're onshore and have a visa expiring in the next six months, please contact the Nucleus Student Hub.
Please note a Student Support Advisor can also help with wellbeing support, visa-related questions, accommodation, reduced study load, program leave and academic success.
We recommend clicking the links below for more information, awareness and help with your studies. Your academic advisor can discuss how each service, policy and/or procedure is relevant to your circumstances and what to expect. This can reduce the amount of time you spend trying to find which support is right for you.
for general enrolment guidance on how you should structure your degree
Peer support and mentoring
to connect with your peers based on community groups and/or faculty groups
Learning & Career Hub
for academic skill support
for help with second year Education placement requirements
Student support and success
for general support, including financial and accommodation advice
PaW (Psychology and Wellness Services)
for support with mental health
Equitable Learning Services
for educational adjustment support with ongoing conditions affecting academic performance
for educational adjustments with unforeseeable circumstances affecting academic performance
for courses attempted unsuccessfully within the past year as a result of unforeseeable circumstances that occurred after the Census date
Review of results
for marks you believe to have been calculated incorrectly