We've pulled together a list of study tools and support options to help you feel good and succeed academically.
Whether it's cramming for mid-session exams or finishing off those major assessments, this time of session can be particularly tough!
To help as you head into the mid-session break, we've pulled together some study tools and support options to help you succeed.
Study tools for academic success
Studiosity - 24/7 academic skills support for students
With Studiosity, you can submit draft assessments for quick and constructive feedback within 24 hours, or connect live with Subject Specialists to get one-on-one help on a range of core skills areas.
Plan and schedule your assignments with help from our assignment planner. This calculator breaks down your assignment into manageable steps while providing tips and resources along the way to help meet your assignment deadlines.
The UOW Learning Co-Op offers online resources and access to Peer Coaches (via live chat and Zoom). Peer Coaches are current UOW students, who can help you locate academic resources, share strategies to help you tackle challenging content and provide you with lots of tips around your studies.
You can also access the online knowledge centre for resources on assessments, effective studying, remote learning tips, referencing and citing, mathematics and statistics as well as technology and software.
Online Study Support Seminars
To improve your study skills, join in with an online study support seminar or seminar series. These seminars are conducted by an Academic and are free for UOW students.
Health and wellbeing support
During these unusual times, it's okay to feel like you need some extra support, and we're here to help! At UOW you are surrounded by a community of people who are here to support you and help you succeed. Some of our support services include:
UOW 24-hour Wellbeing Support Line
Free and confidential help for onshore UOW students, 24/7 (including public holidays).
Call: 1300 036 149 | Text: 0488 884 164
UOW counselling services
A free and confidential space where you can discuss concerns that may be impacting your academic performance or mental health and wellbeing. Find out more.
Counselling and wellbeing support for international students overseas
Specialised counselling and wellbeing services and resources are now available to all UOW international students enrolled at any of our Australian campuses and studying offshore due to border closures. UOW has partnered with LifeWorks to deliver a Student Support Program to support your
emotional, mental and general psychological wellbeing.
Student Health Help Line
The Student Health Help Line - 02 4239 2300 operates between 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Friday. All calls are answered by a Nurse who can provide information, advice and referrals to help students access appropriate care. Outside of normal operating hours, the line will provide recorded referral information.
24-hour BUPA Student advice line for international students (BUPA members only)
Receive assistance in 180 languages, for a range of medical or general situations.
Call: 1300 884 235
Need further support?
If you're finding things tough and would like additional information on support available, check out our student support flyer, or you can contact us on +61 2 4221 3927 or at firstname.lastname@example.org