Counselling can help you with a range of issues including mental health and emotional wellbeing, loss and grief, relationship issues, and life direction.
Academic support, including help with study skills and academic English
Support is available in a range of academic areas including essay writing, proper referencing, study skills and time management, accessing library resources, and academic English.
Support is available to assist students in their thinking about current and future work and ministry.
Health and welfare services
Health and welfare services cover a wide range of supports for issues including those related to physical health (i.e. medical), disability, financial, and tenancy.
While staff at the college cannot provide legal advice, you may be referred to services in the community can help you with a legal matter, such as traffic incidents, domestic violence matters, family law matters, immigration, and consumer rights.
Support with accommodation will provide you with information about ways to find accommodation while you undertake your study.
The mentoring program will connect you with staff or senior students that can get alongside you and offer guidance in making the most of your college experience; academically, personally and spiritually.
The student advocacy service helps students understand policy and procedures and can assist with making appeals, grievances and complaints.