Whether you studying online or on campus, you can tackle your studies with confidence knowing that you will be fully supported along the way. Explore the following academic support programs designed to help you successfully transition into university study.
Academic Language and Learning Success Program
The Academic Language and Learning Support Program (ALLSP) is a free, confidential service that assists all higher education students with academic skills development that is tailored to the specific unit you are seeking help in.
The ALLSP team work with all students (domestic and international, undergraduate and post-graduate) and your course lecturer to help you understand the requirements of your assignment and give you skills aimed at helping you through these.
Find out more about ALLSP.
On-campus and online study skills workshops
Study Skills workshops focus on the academic skills that you need to develop to be able to think critically, research effectively, and to demonstrate that appropriately in writing in your essays and reports. The Study Skills Workshops are held both on-campus and online.
Find out more about study skills workshops.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are organised group study sessions conducted by PASS leaders. These are students who have successfully completed the course they lead in. These study sessions help students develop study skills, exam and assessment techniques specific to their course. PASS is offered in units which are usually difficult for students and aim to create a positive learning and studying community.
Find out more about PASS.
External Student Support
External Student Support (ESS) is part of the Flexible Delivery Team and assists students studying in external modes.
ESS assist in the dispatch of printed course materials, external assignment submission, external examinations and Open Universities Australia (OUA) liaison and administration.
Visit External Student Support for contact details.
Liaison Librarians are your link to effective use of library resources, working with students and staff to help find, evaluate and reference the most reliable and relevant resources for research and teaching.
Liaison Librarians offer individual assistance or you can register for one of their upcoming workshops.
Find out more about Liaison Librarians.
The Common Units Program
The Common Units Program recognise that student success lies in their ability to make a successful transition into academic study and become active and confident participators in the university learning community.
To assist this, students are provided with the academic skills up front and are respected and recognised for their diversity in culture, age, economic background and educational attainment.
Find out more about the Common Units Program.
Elite Athlete Program
CDU is a proud member of the Elite Athlete Support Program. The program encourages and supports student athletes competing at a national and international level with flexible entry and study arrangements at CDU.
The Elite Athlete Support Program provides personalised support for elite athletes for the duration of their academic program at CDU.
Find out more about the Elite Athlete Program.
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