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As an off-campus student, you can access a variety of student services that can help you achieve academically, and enhance your overall uni experience. You can visit any of the services on campus or get support via email or telephone. When you've read this page, there is a question that you may like to answer.
Question: How can you get support such as counselling, financial assistance or study skills if you are off-campus?
Answer: By calling or emailing the relevant services, or making an appointment and coming on Campus.
Equity and Equal Opportunity
As a Deakin student you have the right to equitable access and the opportunity to fully participate and succeed in your studies regardless of your gender, race or ethnicity, disability or impairment, socio-economic status, religious or political convictions, age or sexual orientation. If you have any concerns about equity please contact the Equity and Diversity Unit.
If you have a medical condition or a disability the Disability Resource Centre (DRC) can help you to adjust to university life and improve your chances of success. DRC services include: