If you are experiencing difficulties in your studies, there are a number of ways you can seek guidance and help.
- DUELI students can speak to their teachers, ISA or Director of Studies if they are experiencing difficulties in their studies.
Postgraduate or undergraduate students:
- Make an appointment with your lecturer or tutor to discuss questions you may have about your assignments or about subjects you are studying. Students should check on their lecturers' availability first before arranging a time for an appointment.
- Join the free Study skills workshops conducted by the Division of Student Life.
- The Study skills website offers a range of resources for undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as for candidates for Higher Degrees by Research.
- You can meet with a Language and Learning Adviser to discuss ways of improving your approaches to university learning. These consultations are free.
- Students at the Warrnambool campus can join the Peer Tutoring Scheme. This includes one-on-one and small group tutoring with experienced and successful students. Ask at the Division of Student Life office on the Warrnambool campus for more information.
Higher Degree by Research students:
Questions about your enrolment or course
If you have questions about your enrolment, majors/specialisations or course you should make an appointment to see an Enrolment Officer or Faculty Course adviser in your School or Faculty.
If you are experiencing difficulties relating to your faculty, results, academic progress or course, or if you wish to know your rights as a student, Deakin University Student Association (DUSA) have staff that may be able to assist you. Visit DUSA's Student Advocacy website for further information.