Welcome back for semester two
Monday, 27 July 2009
ECU Mount Lawley
ECU welcomes all new students commencing their studies mid-year and those students returning after the mid-year break.
You may not be aware of the support services that are available to ECU students as part of creating a supportive learning environment. Read on to find out more.
ECU has Learning Centres on each campus staffed by Learning Advisers available to answer your questions about assignments, study, library resources, time management and referencing.
Students can access online resources, make an appointment for a one-on-one consultation or group workshop from the Learning Centre website. Specialised help is also available for mature age students and students with English as a second language.
To make an appointment to see a Learning Adviser at Joondalup or Mount Lawley, phone 9370 6706. For Learning Adviser assistance at the South West Campus, please call 9780 7717.
ECU offers a professional and confidential counselling service to all students free of charge. Counsellors can provide you with emotional support, and where possible, help you understand your problems and assist you in finding solutions that work.
The Counselling Service is available at all campuses, phone 9370 6706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Equity and Diversity
The Student Equity and Diversity Officer provides a coordinated service for students with disabilities or medical conditions, permanent or temporary, that may affect students while at university.
The Student Equity and Diversity Officer can assist with:
- Advice and information
- Liaison with staff
- Library services
- Alternate exam conditions
- Access to aids and equipment
- Note-taking and transcription services
- Interpreting services
Students are encouraged to register with the Equity and Diversity Officer so that any special requirements can be met.
Contact Hilary Pluim, Equity, Diversity & Disability Assistant on 9370 6960 or email email@example.com.
The Student Health Services provide General Practitioner, Nurse and Allied Health services to assist students with their health care needs.
General Practitioner services require an appointment, phone 6304 5618 at Joondalup or 9370 6814 at Mount Lawley. For more information, visit www.ecu.edu.au/studenthealth.
ECU seeks to create an inclusive community by valuing and respecting our various faiths and traditions. The Multifaith Chaplaincy provides a free and confidential service to all members of the ECU community.
Visit www.ecu.edu.au/chaplaincy for more information or drop into Room 18.419 in Joondalup or Room 8.114 in Mount Lawley.