Step 5: Additional Support
If you require additional support or advice about your enrolment, you will be able to speak to an Academic Adviser when you enrol, or you can contact us by telephone or receive a reply to an email. Please note, given the high volume of enquires received at this time of year, we anticipate a response turn around time of 4 working days for any enquiries received.
To email your enquiry please send an email to: .
To speak to a student adviser, please call +61 (02) 9351 6673.
Join the Arts Network Mentoring Program
As a new first year student, you’ll have the opportunity to join the Arts Network Mentoring Program, where you’ll meet fellow students in your course and be guided by a Student Mentor during the first few weeks of the new semester.
At the In-person Enrolment session you will be able to reserve your place for the Arts Network Mentoring Welcome Day – a specially designed welcome for first year students who join the Arts Network Mentoring Program in 2013.
You'll also meet our Student Mentor Task Force, who'll be on hand to answer any questions you might have or direct you the right Academic Adviser for enrolment information.
In the meant time, visit the Arts Network Mentoring Program website to hear what our inspiring Student Mentors have to say about their first year: sydney.edu.au/arts/arts_network/
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Writing Hub
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: http://sydney.edu.au/arts/teaching_learning/writing_hub/index.shtml