We provide a range of personalised services for students on campus to help you succeed in your studies. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team.
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UOW Liverpool Student Hub
Your first point of contact for all questions you may have during your studies. Come and see us at the Student Hub on the ground floor if you need any help, we are more than happy to assist you.
PH: +61 2 8763 6000 (Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm)
Student Support Coordinators
Tina Edney/Sarah Keech
We help you find the best way forward on a range of challenges that may affect your studies. We can also set up personalised study support plans to assist students with short and long term disabilities or chronic health conditions.
Careers & Employability
I share advice and strategies about how to develop a satisfying and successful career. I can help with job seeking tips, resume advice, decision making, Work Integrated Learning suggestions. Available for personalised consultations.
Provide liaison, information, support and referral options to help UOW College students achieve their educational goals. I can help you with issues about attendance, course progress requirements, study pathways, workload management and applying for academic consideration.
P: +61 2 4252 8821
Housing Services Officer
I support students with accommodation - what accommodation is best suited to you, finding a place and moving in, and moving out.
Peer Academic Coaches (PACs)
We are senior UOW students who are here to help you hit your study targets and succeed at UOW.
Connect with us:
On campus: every Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 pm to 2 pm (weeks 7-13) at the UOW Liverpool Library space
Online: video chat with a PAC, Monday to Friday 10 am to 6 pm (AEST) from Week 2.
Free and confidential counselling services are available to all UOW students.
Register & book via the UOW Counselling website.
Learning Development academics can help you with understanding your assessment task, evaluating sources, referencing and avoid plagiarism, academic writing, critical thinking, and analysis and argument.
Book a consultation (in-person or online) using the Request a consultation form.
Use your student ID card to borrow books from the UOW Liverpool Library located on ground floor. Library services for students include help with finding books and journal articles, borrowing from other libraries or book a study room.
See the UOW Liverpool Library page for more information.
For more information
Please visit our Liverpool campus Moodle Site (logon into SOLS) to find out more information about support services on campus, or to book an appointment.
You can also contact us at email@example.com.
At UOW Liverpool we're always happy to help. Call us now or book a time to come in, take a tour and talk in person at Shop R6, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool.