Step 5: Additional Support

As your first point of contact, please contact the University Enrolment Support helpline: 1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864), outside of Australia: + 61 2 8627 1444

We're available between 9am and 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, Monday to Friday. You can also contact the University using our online form.

If you require additional support or advice about your academic choices you can contact us by telephone, or receive a reply to an email.

To email your enquiry please send an email to: .

To speak to a Student Adviser, please call +61 (02) 9351 6673.

In-Person Academic Advice Sessions

To assist you with making your academic choices, the Faculty will be running a number of in-person academic advice sessions.

The first session will run in late January and the second in late February. These sessions are your opportunity to get detailed, one-on-one advice on your unit of study selection from our team of student advisors.

We very much encourage commencing students to attend one of these sessions.

Email invitations will be sent out to students as the details of the events are confirmed.

Undergraduate Faculty Orientation Day

Date TBA

Faculty Orientation Day is your opportunity to meet your fellow peers, connect with senior student mentors, find out what to expect in your first year lectures and tutorials, learn about Blackboard, writing support and the library, and explore the campus on a mentor-led tour of the Camperdown and Darlington campuses.

At the end of the tour, you’ll also have a chance to seek one-on-one academic advice for your enrolment to help answer questions about your course structure and unit of study choices.

Register online to reserve your place.

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Writing Hub

5:12 minutes

The Writing Hub has units of study to help you with all aspects of the writing process. In our two junior units of study, WRIT1000 and WRIT1001, you will develop a clear writing style and a robust approach to academic argumentation. In our two advanced units of study, WRIT2002 and WRIT3001, you will develop excellent research strategies, effective oral presentation skills, and community-engaged writing practices.

The Writing Hub also provides drop-in sessions from 11am-3pm, weeks 4-13, in room 329 of the Old Teachers' College. Drop-in sessions are an opportunity for you to receive individualised feedback on your essay drafts and ideas. In the drop-in sessions, our peer writing mentors will help you invent arguments, refine your ideas and reflect on ways to improve your writing so you can engage your reader and reach your potential. No appointment is necessary – just drop in.

For more information on the Writing Hub units of study and drop-in sessions, visit: