Studying at the University of Adelaide, Melbourne campus student will be provided with a range of tailored support services through our partnership with University of Adelaide College.
You will receive regular information via the student portals that will help to make your studies a success and to keep you up-to-date with activities and events.
The University of Adelaide has teamed up with Victoria Harbour Medical Centre to make sure you can access the care and treatment that you need.
Whether it be vaccinations, general heath advice, sexual or mental health support that you need, the doctors at Victoria Park Medical Centre are ready to help you.
You can make a booking online. Or if you would like help with that, please see your Student Support team at the Melbourne Campus.
The Centre is a 15-minute walk from the campus. If you are in a health emergency, dial 000 immediately.
Counselling support is free, confidential and available to all enrolled students seeking to address issues that may be affecting their study and life.
Our professional counsellor is available to help you explore options to resolve these difficulties.
All students will meet the School Counsellor at orientation and be provided with booking access after arrival.
University study can be a challenge. Even more so if you have a disability or medical condition that you need to manage as well.
Disability support can help you manage ways to accommodate your disability or medical condition whilst at Uni so you can focus your energy towards your studies. We encourage you to register for support as soon as you enrol in your courses, or as soon as possible, so that we have sufficient time to discuss the impact of your condition on your studies, and to put the right supports in place for you.
Registering for support will enable us to start discussing your needs with you and how we might be able to support you in your studies. If you have complex requirements, you can register before you have been made an offer of study.
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