Support and Assistance

Course Information Officers

Course Information Officers are available throughout the year with assistance and advice regarding your enrolment, credit, the rules of your degree and can provide a progress check for graduation purposes. We recommend seeking advice when considering major changes to your enrolment.

The Course Information Officers can be contacted by email at U.Connect@utas.edu.au or by phone on 1300 826 663, and are available for individual consultation by phone or in person in the following locations:

Sandy Bay - Morris Miller Library

Hobart CBD - Midcity

Launceston - Student Centre

Cradle Coast - Student Centre

Student Advisers - Undergraduate Student Support

Student Advisers can assist you with your transition to university life and any difficulties managing your studies throughout your degree. They offer individualised advice and support to help you solve your problems or identify where you need to go for help and follow up to see how it is all going. We recommend that you get in touch with a Student Adviser if you:

  • need help with time management and planning for assignments
  • would like some initial advice on developing your academic or study skills
  • have personal circumstances affecting your studies
  • need help understanding university processes or accessing online information
  • are having difficulty understanding your study requirements and feel as though you are falling behind
  • are on academic probation
  • want to know more about other support services across the University, including Counselling, the Careers and Employment Service and Disability Services.

They can be contacted in-person, by phone, by lync or by email:

Hobart:
TSBE and SET Reception, Level 1, Centenary Building, Sandy Bay Campus
Email: Business.AdviserHbt@utas.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 6226 1916

Launceston:

Student Centre, 
Newnham Campus
Email: Business.AdviserLtn@utas.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 6324 3105

Cradle Coast:
Main Building 'D'
Email: Adviser.Burnie@utas.edu.au
Phone +61 3 6430 4904

Study Supports