If you have completed the Skills Audit, prioritised your semester workload and created a Semester Planner then you may well have identified that you need some support to achieve the success you are looking for.
While you can seek the support of your Unit Coordinator or Tutor at any time, ECU offers a range of support services, that include supporting your learning, mental health and welfare, and help when things don’t go well. These include:
The Academic Skills Centre is there to help you develop academic skills such as academic writing (paraphrasing, sentence construction, writing essays, reports etc.)
The Library is there to help you learn the skills to find relevant quality information for your assessment tasks. Visit the Library Guides for your subject specific needs or learn about essential library skills in the Library Essentials Library Guide.
And don't forget the many Academic Skills Workshops available on-campus and online.
Visit the Academic Skills Workshop Schedule for Joondalup and Mount Lawley or the South West campus Workshop Schedule
The Student Hub Team can assist you negotiate university life. They offer one-on-one appointments where you can receive help to develop action plans to assist you be successful in your studies at ECU. These include providing relevant advice to international students.
The ECU Counselling Service provides a free, confidential service to all currently enrolled ECU students residing in Australia to address any personal issues that impact your studies.
ECU Student Guild
The Student Guild ensures that the University is aware of student concerns and issues, and works to protect your rights as a student. They can also help by providing academic and financial support, and by offering assistance and opportunities throughout your time at University.