Swinburne offers a range of support services to students who have experienced foster, kinship, residential or permanent care.
Psychology and counselling services
If you’re struggling with a personal or emotional matter, our counsellors are available to help. This service is free for all Swinburne students.
Book an appointment with a doctor, nurse or specialist and find out about costs.
Clubs and student organisationsJoin a club or student organisation and meet like-minded people, explore new hobbies and get involved with the issues you care about. Find your people.
If you need a peaceful place for prayer, meditation or quiet contemplation, or wish to speak to a Chaplain for spiritual care, head to Swinburne’s Multi Faith Centre.
Indigenous student support
Our team in the Moondani Toombadool Centre supports Indigenous students, including on-campus, online and community learners, to be in control of their own studies.
Need to borrow a few text books or book a computer? We have you covered. The Swinburne Library provides a wide range of services for our students and operates across three campuses.
Learning and Academic Skills Centre
Visit the LAS Centre for free consultations to improve your academic and language skills. Get advice on essay writing, making presentations, researching and help with exam preparation.
Student systems, hardware and software
Swinburne has a wide range of student systems, applications and software you can use to help with your studies including the Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office 365.
Study and learning support
Improve your study and academic skills through our Learning and Academic Skills Centre. Attend workshops, advice sessions, and access support for students facing challenges.