Get your study back on track

It's totally normal to experience some ups and downs while you're at university, but you don't have to go through it alone.

If you’re having trouble with your studies or feeling unsure about your course, we’re here to help you.

Our academic development advisers can chat to you about any problems you’re having and help you work out how to get your studies back on track.

How we can help you

An academic development adviser can help you if you:

  • are finding your course difficult or have failed some units
  • would like some help balancing work and study
  • are not feeling motivated about your course
  • are experiencing some health, financial or personal issues that are impacting your studies. 

An adviser can chat to you one-on-one about you about your situation, and help you work out your next steps.

This might mean setting some realistic goals and making a plan, or working out how you can fit study in with the other things happening in your life. We can also put you in touch with other people at Swinburne who can help you.

Book a one-on-one appointment

Help if you’re ‘at risk’ or need to ‘show cause’

If you have been notified that you’re ‘at risk’ or need to ‘show cause’, we strongly recommend you talk to an academic development adviser to get some help and advice.

We run study support sessions every week for students who are ‘at risk’ or need to ‘show cause’. Drop in and get some help with improving your marks and managing your time.

Other study support

Check out these other ways to get help with your studies.