Many students struggle with a number of issues while studying. If you still have queries after browsing our online Student Resources, there are people and student support services that can help.
Arts Student Support
Arts Student Central provides administrative support to students studying a College of Arts and Law degree or an Arts unit in another degree.
We are the first point of contact for all your enquiries. We can:
- advise you on what is possible within a degree and help plan your degree to meet your desired outcomes
- advise you about enrolment and course progression
- aid you to construct, develop and shape your degree within the degree rules so you meet the requirements for your major(s) and minor(s) and graduate within the timeframe you have set
- determine who is eligible to graduate
- process credit applications
- approve requests to undertake cross-institutional study (i.e. study at another institution which may count to your UTAS degree)
- administer overseas exchange study enrolments (in conjunction with The GLOW Lounge)
Education Student Support
Education Faculty Officers can assist with queries for all course approvals, variations to enrolments, academic enquiries or other academic matters.
Further Education specific resources and contact information including Course Coordinators and Support Staff is available at Faculty of Education - Faculty Officers.
Law Student Support
The Law Faculty Officer can assist with queries for all course approvals, variations to enrolments, academic enquiries or other academic matters.
Further Law specific resources and contact information is available at Faculty of Law - Information for Students.
Student Advisers offer individualised assistance to help you solve your problems or identify where you need to go for help with these issues.
Your Adviser will refer you to specialised support if necessary and follow up to see how it's all going.
From simple requests for information, to more complex and serious matters, Student Advisers are your first point of contact if:
- You need some help improving your time management skills
- You need initial advice on academic skills or study tips
- You have personal circumstances impacting on your studies
- You have difficulties understanding University processes
- You are having attendance difficulties
- You have difficulty understanding your unit content and feel as though you are falling behind
- You have a question and don't know who to ask
- You want to know more about other support services across the University, including Counselling, the Careers and Employment Service, Disability Services, and the Cross-Cultural Support Service.