The University of Sydney offers many different forms of support to students to help them in their studies, quality of life and general well being. For more information, visit Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students page.
Prospective Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
The following resources are specifically for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and are aimed at supporting them in the transition into tertiary study.
- Cadigal Alternative Entry Program an access and support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who wish to study at the University of Sydney
- Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) provides one-on-one or private group tuition to aid students in their tertiary studies
- Academic Skills workshop program A two week program designed to equip new Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander undergraduates with essential skills for tertiary studies
These resources are available for all current students.
Please click here:http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/services-support/aboriginal-torres-strait-islander.shtml for more information.
- Student support services
http://sydney.edu.au/current_students/student_services/index.shtml these services include access to counselling, child care, and pastoral care; support for students with disabilities, and help with finances, careers and accommodation.
- University health service
http://sydney.edu.au/unihealth/ on campus access to a group of doctors
- Student life
http://sydney.edu.au/current_students/life/index.shtml information on all the things you can do on campus, including playing sport, taking part in social activities and getting a bite to eat