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Student Services

Learning support and student welfare

As a UQ College student you’ll have access to a wide range of services to support you while you study

UQ College understands that the transition to university studies can be difficult, so we have a range of mentoring, learning and support services available. If you are finding things difficult, we encourage you to access these services as soon as possible

Learning Support - Students have access to a number of learning support services to assist you to develop the study skills necessary to successfully complete your program of study.

Student Welfare - We have full-time Student Support Officer who is available for consultation on both personal and general matters. Appointments are usually made concerning issues such as:

You first point of referral is UQ College’s Student Support Officer.

Contact Student Support Officer on: 0419 746 892 or through admin@uqcollege.edu.au

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit

UQ College supports students through the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, the unit offers a safe and culturally appropriate environment to enhance your experience.

Indigenous students can receive supplementary academic tutoring, either one-to-one or in small groups, in subject-specific areas from a qualified tutor.

You first point of referral is UQ College’s Student Support Officer.

Contact Student Support Officer on: 0419 746 892 or through admin@uqcollege.edu.au

Acknowledgement of country

UQ College acknowledges the people who are the traditional custodians of the land, pays respect to the Elders, past and present, and extends that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Disability services

Through UQ, students can access free and confidential support, services and facilities for students who are on a temporary or on-going disability, illness or mental health condition. Support is also available for students who are the primary carer of a person with a disability, long-term illness or mental health condition when the caring role impacts upon their studies.

An advisor will work with you to identify the support that you might need and this could include:

Relevant medical documentation is required

You first point of referral is UQ College’s Student Support Officer.

Contact Student Support Officer on: 0419 746 892 or through admin@uqcollege.edu.au

Essential mathematics support

We recognise the importance of strong mathematics foundations in the Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Science fields and in response; UQ College delivers Math B tutorials.

Prior to start of study the College offers prospective students the opportunity of 3 x 3 hour tutorials, to assist in your decision-making in relation to Math B.

Each week throughout the trimester, the College offers Math B students 1 hour of additional Math support.

For additional information please contact the College on 07 3346 8222

Respect, now, always

All members of the UQ College community have a right to feel welcome, safe and supported. We are committed to providing safe and inclusive campus communities, free from harassment, bullying, discrimination and assault and encourage members of the UQ College community to report and seek support when these behaviours occur.

The booklet, which you can download, is to assist you on your journey throughout your program, to enable you to be able to identify bullying, sexual harassment or discrimination and have the knowledge to access available help should you need it.

If you experience these behaviours in any form, then we encourage you to take action as outlined in this information and the resources that are available to you.

Respect, Now, Always booklet

Student safety and wellbeing

General Safety

UQ College is concerned about your personal safety, and you should be too. You can play your part by:

After Hours Safety

Walking around campus:

Taking public transport:

Parking on campus:

Safety point at UQ St Lucia campus