Make sure you know what support is available to you once you’ve received your results and over the break.
The University closes over the holiday break from Monday 23 December 2019, and re-opens Tuesday 7 January 2020.
While the Student Centre is closed for in-person enquiries during this time, you can still reach us by phone or online on certain days:
Please be aware, we may not be able to resolve your enquiry until normal operating hours have resumed from Tuesday 7 January.
If you need to speak to an academic advisor in your faculty or school, get in touch as soon as possible to arrange an appointment before the closedown on the 20 December, or after we reopen on the 7 January.
If you need to speak to someone about appealing a grade, you can get in touch before the closedown on the 20 December or once we reopen on the 7 January.
You can contact SUPRA or SRC about casework support or Student Affairs Unit (SAU) for advice about the appeals process.
Make sure you plan ahead if you’re considering selecting a January intensive once enrolment opens. Teaching for these units starts in January and if you need advice around which unit to choose you’ll need to get in touch before the University closes on the 20 December.
The deadline for selecting a January intensive in Sydney Student is the last day to add on the 10 January.
The University’s Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will be closed over the University break, but you can still access support.
If you need to speak to someone during this period, you can contact the University of Sydney Crisis Line from 5pm to 9am weekdays, 24 hours on weekends and public holidays.
The Crisis Line connects you with a qualified crisis support specialist who can support you to find relief from current emotional distress, explore coping strategies, safely manage any immediate threats to life or safety and offer referrals and open pathways for longer term solution.