Keep on top of your studies by taking advantage of the wide range of academic and study support services available to you, including workshops and events, one-to-one support and online study resources. We also have STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills support available at all campuses.
These sessions offer extra help with researching, referencing, or writing assignments.
- Academic skills @ Sippy Downs
- Library — 10:30-11:30am (weekdays)
- EG.10 — 12noon–1pm (weekdays)
- Academic skills at SouthBank (Pre-Semester and Weeks 1-13)
- Academic skills at Gympie (Weeks 1-13)
- Academic skills at Fraser Coast (Weeks 1-13)
- Budi — Business drop in @ SippyDowns
- HEIdi — Health, Education, Information drop in at Sippy Downs
- PASSdi — Psychology, Arts and Social Sciences drop in at Sippy Downs
- Popup Squad - STEM (Science and Maths) drop in at Sippy Downs
Top 5 Study support FAQs
- Academic skills advisers—receive assistance with your specific learning needs.
- Academic skills—locate information on how to reference, structure essays and reports, speak publicly, write academically, punctuate correctly and more. Just visit Blackboard/Quick Links/Academic Skills.
- Student Hub—book appointments and workshops online. One-on-one academic skills advice available at any time during your study. Workshops are available before and during the semester. Log in using your USC username and password and select appointments.
- Yourtutor—receive free, live online academic skills advice between 3pm – midnight from Sunday to Friday (ends Week 13). Access Yourtutor via Blackboard/Quick Links/Yourtutor.
Workshops and group sessions
- Pre-semester skills workshops—brush up on your academic writing, study and proofreading skills before the semester starts
- Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP)—offers enabling courses in subject areas such as Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Biology and Physiology. TEP runs throughout the semester.
- Academic Skills workshops—1–2 hour workshops held throughout semester on topics such as essay and report writing.
- English language and writing support—for students from non-English speaking backgrounds.
- Library help—in person or online library help is available to make your research more effective.
- HDR Research Skills Workshops—designed to assist Higher Degree Research candidates in their professional development as researchers.