At UOW, students have access to a wide selection of free services, resources and assistance that have been designed to improve your university experience and support you in reaching your educational and professional goals.
Free assistance for your study needs.
Learning Development offers assistance to all enrolled students who wish to improve their academic and English language skills. Academic skills workshops, self-access learning resources and individual consultations are provided at UOW Bega Valley.
Learning development offers academic skills workshops at the campus which include:
- Reading for Assignments
- Academic Writing
- Maths Support
- Exam Preparation
All workshops are completely free. To find out about these workshop programs, contact UOW Bega Valley at (02) 6494 7035. Timetables of the workshops are shared in the "Weekly What's On" email.
Learning Development Lecturer
Dr Deb Goughmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maths Support Lecturer
Alison Sandwith: email@example.com
The regional Careers Consultant works with students, employers and academic staff to deliver targeted career development services and initiatives to enhance student employability and graduate career outcomes.
- One-on-one consultations
- Tailored career development workshops
- Job search, resume and interview preparation advice
Make an appointment for a free one-on-one appointment to discuss career direction and planning, assistance with workplace learning opportunities, resume and other job preparation skills to prepare for life after university.
Information Technology is a central component of the University of Wollongong's core business. IMTS provides assistance to the campus community including staff, students and partners of the University.
Please contact IMTS Service Centre for all of your IT requirements.
University Counsellors offer free and confidential counselling to students or staff who want to talk through and change areas of difficulty, conflict or crisis in their lives.
24-hour support line
You can register for counselling support through your regional campus administration, or contact the UOW counselling services office.
Student Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor
UOW Bega Valley's Student Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor is Catherine L'Ecuyer. You can reach Cat via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor can provide confidential advice and support relating to any issue affecting your study. Access reasonable adjustments for short and long-term health conditions or carers' responsibilities.
Students who need assistance during their studies can contact the Student Support Coordinator:
(formally Disability Services)