The Learning Centre provides free, practical assistance for students to develop essential skills for academic research, writing and study. It offers workshops for coursework and research students; individual consultations; and online resources.
Workshops are scheduled during semester and non-semester periods. It’s important to book as soon as possible after registrations open. Register online, or if you’re waitlisted, Contact the Learning Centre closer to the workshop date to check if more spots have become available.
The Careers Centre can help you find work while you are studying. Their online job database lists casual, part-time, and full-time jobs, as well as internships, graduate positions and vacation jobs.
For advice on employment after university, book a one-on-one session with a Careers Advisor; enrol in a workshop; attend an on-campus recruitment session; or visit a Careers Fair.
The Childcare Information Office office provides information about childcare centres near the Camperdown, Darlington and Cumberland campuses, and resources to help you find childcare near where you live.
Read about CAPS on the Univeristy website.
The student liaison officers have expertise in providing support to those that have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment or domestic violence. They can provide one-on-one support and liaise with the university and support services to ensure you are getting all the help you need.
More on campus support services for people who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment or domestic violence can be found on the Univerity’s website.
Read about Disabilty support on the University’s website.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm
(02) 8627 8422
Level 5, Jane Foss Russell Building (G02), Darlington Campus
This service provides information and resources about University-owned or -managed accommodation. The Accommodation Database lists available private rentals in popular areas. If you have problems with a landlord who is on the University’s Accommodation Database, please seek assistance from SUPRA.
Hours: Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm
1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864) in Australia and (02) 8627 1444 outside Australia
Level 4, Jane Foss Russell Building (G02), Darlington Campus
The Multifaith Chaplaincy consists of professionals appointed by their faith communities, who the University officially recognise to provide spiritual support and pastoral care to students and staff.
Level 2 (ground floor), Storie Dixson Wing (H10), Darlington Campus
These offices support your academic, cultural, social and emotional wellbeing needs from admission to graduation.
Mana Yura Student Support
Level 5, Jane Foss Russell Building
02 8627 8619
Cumberland Campus (Health Sciences)
Yooroang Garang Student Support
Level 4, T Block
02 9351 9066
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Student Advice and Advocacy Service
Our Student Advice and Advocacy Officers (SAAOs) can help with academic and wellbeing issues, such as academic appeals, renting and supervision.
Our Legal Service solicitors can help with a range of legal issues, including migration law*, intellectual property, contracts, fines and criminal law.
*MARNs 1911813, 1912229