We offer culturally safe study spaces, academic workshops and ongoing private or group tuition.
We provide alternative entry, assistance and support to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students throughout their university journey. From admissions to graduation - including pastoral care, advocacy support, mentors and faculty staff, we can also provide referrals and tutorial assistance.
Contact our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Support Officers by phone 02 8627 8619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before you start your degree, you can join the two-week Academic Skills workshop as part of your program. You’ll learn time management, academic writing, research and critical thinking skills, and you get to meet other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Cadigal alternative entry program entrants are automatically pre-enrolled in the course.
Once you start, you’re also entitled to individual or group tuition each week through the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS).
Under this award from 2017, all commencing full-time Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will be offered guaranteed and subsidised residency in University-owned accommodation to support your transition to both academic and city life.
You are eligible and will automatically be considered if you are a commencing 'school leaver' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student and enrolled full-time.
If you are eligible, you don't need to apply. To make it as easy as possible, we'll contact you to discuss your preferences and if you would like to live on campus.
For more information, you can download the University of Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Accommodation Award (PDF 7KB) or contact Accommodation Services on +61 2 9351 3322 or email email@example.com.
Visit the Current students website for information about the Mentoring Our Brothers and Sisters (MOBS) Mentoring Program, the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) and culturally safe spaces.