Student services expo

Maths Learning Centre

University is new and it takes time to adjust to this change. During your time here, you may find that you need some assistance, from academic support to career advice, planning your future or looking after your body and mind, the University has services to help.

  • Career services can prepare you for your professional career and connect you with employers.
  • The Maths Learning Centre and Writing Centre are ready to support your academic needs.
  • Looking after your physical and emotional wellbeing helps you perform at your best so check out the wellbeing support available through Counselling, Disability Support, Elite Athletes and many more.
  • You also have the opportunity to be a part of the University's vibrant and diverse volunteer community.

Student life Student success


  • Date: 18 Feb
  • Time: 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

This virtual event will give you the opportunity engage a wide range of University services. Visit the exhibition booths via EventsAir to live chat or video one on one with student services. The booths will provide a range of useful resources to help along your University journey. Get clicking!

Please note that if you have already registered with EventsAir, you do not need to register again, just simply log in.



It's more important than ever that we keep control of COVID. To do so, we need to continue doing the simple things that keep us safe — reducing the risk of catching and spreading the virus in the community.

Step up and stay safe, SA:

  • Get tested and stay home if unwell
  • Wear a mask where required
  • Always check-in
  • Practice good hand hygiene
  • Physical distance.

If you are unwell, please seek medical advice and do not attend any of the University campuses unless medically cleared to do so.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms (as outlined on the SA Health COVID-19 testing page) please get tested and self-isolate until you receive notification that you do not have COVID-19.

The University's response to the COVID-19 global pandemic is being shaped by the latest advice from Australian health and foreign affairs authorities. For further information please visit the COVID-19 updates page.

Tagged in oweek, support, 21 February, 2022