Below is a guide to finding services available to you as a student while studying at the University of Tasmania. Most of the resources listed below are available to all students - not just those in first year nursing!
The University of Tasmania at Launceston owns and manages various styles of accommodation for university students.
BioStart is a preparation unit for people who are unsure about what to expect in the biological sciences, what skills are needed for success and what resources are available to help develop these skills.
The University of Tasmania, Community Child Care Centre is open to all children from 6 weeks to school age and offers quality, flexible child care to suit your needs at competitive and affordable rates.
If you are facing personal, relationship or academic problems please contact the Counselling Service for free and confidential assistance.
If you have a disability that may affect your study we strongly encourage you to discuss this with your lecturers and/or see the Disability Service for information and advice.
Help with the University of Tasmania's computing facilities, as well as email, printing, videoconferencing and accessing the University network from home.
Learning Support is a University-wide service for students who wish to improve their learning and study skills.
Information about motor vehicle parking at the University of Tasmania.
The University of Tasmania recognises the importance of the spiritual dimension to human life and its value in building a socially just and caring community of students and staff.
The Tasmania Scholarships Program gives outstanding students significant financial and academic support to study at the University of Tasmania.
Information about student services offered, such as careers and employment, counselling, cross cultural support service, disability service and transition support service.
Information about the University of Tasmania's Sport & Recreation facilities, classes, fees and charges.
Information provided to assist you in planning your budget while studying at the University of Tasmania.
UniStart aims to improve your tertiary literacy, and provide you with essential library, computing and language skills.
A one-year, full-time or part-time program for unqualified mature-age potential students.
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Authorised by Head of School, Nursing and Midwifery
25 February, 2011