Learning & career support
Learning advisors assist with developing your study skills and can answer study questions like:
- How do I keep up with all the reading?
- What should I be doing with my lecture notes?
- How do I know if I'm plagiarising?
- What makes a good essay or assignment at university level?
- How do I reference?
Peer mentors help new students build social and academic networks so they settle more quickly into uni life.
Mentoring groups are led by later-year student volunteers who are trained mentors.
Careers & Employability Services
Careers & Employability Services provides free, professional career counselling and job search support. They'll help you find employment and work experience opportunities while studying, as well as plan your transition from uni to working life.
Student Equity, Diversity and Disability Service
Student Equity, Diversity and Disability Service is a free, confidential service for students with a disability and/or medical condition, either permanent or temporary, and can help make uni life a better experience.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services provide general practitioner, nurse and allied health services to Joondalup and Mount Lawley-based students, including:
- sports medicine
- pre-employment medicals
- vaccinations and immunisations
- contraception advice and pregnancy testing
- blood tests
- physiotherapy (Mount Lawley only)
Multifaith Chaplaincy is a free and confidential service offering:
- a safe place with someone who'll listen
- opportunities to nurture, express and explore your spirituality
- links to religious groups and faith communities
- care and support in times of uncertainty, crisis and loss