The centre at a glance
- The learning centre provides facilities and support to all Deakin students, including those studying online via the Cloud or at a campus.
- Just like you'd find at one of our campuses, there's access to a study room and other learning resources.
- The learning centre is part of the Hume Global Learning Centre, so you also have access to the Craigieburn library and occasional child care.
- Rooms with the latest audiovisual equipment are available for hire to host events, workshops and training.
- The centre has full disability access.
Craigieburn train station is just over three kilometres from the learning centre, with direct connections to and from the Melbourne CBD.
Bus number 529 provides direct connection from Craigieburn train station to Central Park Avenue. Get off at Central Park Avenue for a five-minute walk to the learning centre.
The learning centre is about 40 minutes away from Melbourne by car, depending on traffic.
- Take the M2 north
- Take the Western Ring Road/M80 towards Fawkner
- Take the Sydney Road exit and follow it to Craigieburn Road/C722
- Turn right onto Aitken Boulevard
- Turn left onto Central Park Avenue.
Free parking is available in the car park directly behind the centre.
Centre staff (available on Mondays and Wednesdays) can assist you with a range of support services including:
- course advice
- scholarship applications
- class and seminar timetables
- individual support such as applying for special consideration
- advice and referral to other appropriate student services
- room bookings.
Get help with structuring, referencing and finishing your assignments.
Writing Mentors are current Deakin students who have excelled in their studies and have undertaken training to be the first point of contact to assist other students. They can answer a range of questions about assessment tasks, assignment structure, Turnitin reports, academic referencing, extensions to due dates, CloudDeakin, student services and more.
They're available online Monday to Thursday from 10am–3pm, and Friday from 11am–2pm throughout the teaching weeks of Trimester 1 and 2.
Learning centre staff will help you to dial in to your online meeting.
Maths Mentors can help you with numeracy and maths queries relating to your course.
They're current Deakin students who are trained to assist other students, and are available online Monday to Thursday from 10am–3pm and Friday from 11am–2pm throughout the teaching weeks of Trimester 1 and 2.