Here you will find useful information on a range of services to support you with your studies. As a UOW College student, you’ll have the academic and personal support you need to succeed. Our size means that we are a truly student-centred campus with individual attention, available staff and a personal approach. From the day you become a UOW College student, you can expect guidance and support.
UOW College has student advisors who can help you with any concerns or problems. Support provided by Student Advisors includes:
Course progress and study pathway advice
Assistance in resolving attendance issues
Support and referral options to other support services
Assist students with application for Reasonable Adjustments, submitting Academic Consideration in SOLS and advice on managing study load.
To make an appointment
See reception staff at Building 30, or make contact directly by telephone or via email. A Student Advisor will see students immediately in emergency situations.
Student Advisors: Greg Zaharis / Kris De Liseo
Telephone: 4252 8821 / 42528838
UOW Library provides access to resources and services, including help from our knowledgeable and friendly staff who you can contact by phone, email and Live Chat. Connect to Live Chat from Library web pages during standard operating hours to instant message a librarian with your questions.
The UOW College Counselling service provides confidential and professional support if you are experiencing difficulties that are impacting your mental health, wellbeing, and learning.
This appointment based service is available Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm.
To make an appointment
- call +61 2 4252 8747
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Accessibility and Inclusion
The Student Accessibility & Inclusion team provides support to students who have a medical condition, whether it be permanent, temporary, episodic, or fluctuating, that impacts on their ability to study. Working from a strength-based model, our experienced team will collaborate with you to determine your support needs and develop a plan to assist you to engage with study.
Please feel free to contact the Student Accessibility & Inclusion team if you have any questions about your eligibility to register. Alternatively you can register online.
The Disability Services team offers guidance and support for students with support needs, whether they are permanent, temporary, episodic or fluctuating. Disability Services will work with you to identify your personal needs, putting adjustments in place to offset any disadvantage you may face without them.
If you have any questions about your eligibility to register with Disability Services, please contact Disability Services to discuss your condition with a Disability Liaison Officers (DLO). Alternatively you can register online.
Woolyungah Indigenous Centre (WIC)
WIC provide programs, services and facilities that encourage and support Indigenous Australians from entry to University, through to successful completion. With a focus on fostering a community environment, you’ll have the freedom to embrace your Indigenous culture and an opportunity to achieve academic excellence. WIC is here to help you meet other students, guide you through university life and support your professional development with rewarding and empowering opportunities.
The UOW Ally Network sets out to develop a visible network of empathetic people who are allies of students and staff identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/gender diverse, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ+)