- Applying to study
- New to Uni
- Important dates
- Fees and costs
Services and facilities
- - Student Central
- - Workshops, programs and online resources
- - Counselling Service
- - Disability Service
- - Student Welfare Service
- - Special Consideration
- - Student Legal Services
- - Chaplaincy
- - Student Representation & Participation
- - Student Academic Committees
- - International student support
- - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student support
- - Online student support
- - Student facilities
- Online systems
- Exams and results
- Semi Permanent Unlimited Live
- Western Digital Story Telling Project
- Inside The Academy
Are you coping with study?
Adjusting to university life
Adjusting to uni can be hard. We can help with:
- workshops to prepare you for class
- people to talk to about personal and study issues
These planners are a great way to help you manage your time. You'll need to print them out and fill them in.
- Daily planner (PDF, 25.42 KB) (opens in a new window)
- Weekly planner (PDF, 35.84 KB) (opens in a new window)
- Spring Session Planner 2019 PDF, 701.42 KB
- The College Planner Term 2, 2019 (opens in a new window) PDF, 624.06 KB
Thinking of dropping out?
The first few weeks of study can be daunting. Sometimes it's so overwhelming that students choose to drop out. There are a number of things you can do to make uni manageable. It's worth exploring these options before you make the decision to leave. Counsellors can give you helpful advice and support.
- Study and life skills workshops
- Make an appointment with a counsellor (opens in a new window)
- Study, Money & Life Skills iBooks and vUWS workshops
Help and advice with administrative matters
We can help you sort out academic issues such as Special Consideration, Review of Grade and Academic Misconduct. Please bring your from and any supporting documentation to your appointment and we can assist you through the process.