Studying at a tertiary level can represent a big jump in your academic journey. At Swinburne, we offer a range of academic support services to help you get the most out of your university experience and achieve your academic goals. Learn more about the services available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Childcare and parental support
Swinburne students and staff have access to childcare centres located at our Croydon, Hawthorn and Wantirna campuses, operating Monday to Friday. We also provide safe and secure parental facilities for you to bring your children should they have to come to campus.
Health and wellbeing
We offer comprehensive professional health and medical services to support the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of the Swinburne community.
Student support servicesNeed support? Swinburne’s student support services can help with your studies, career, health and wellbeing, accommodation, child care, IT, safety and more.
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.
At Swinburne, we conduct research projects with Indigenous organisations, industry groups and other universities that focus on contributing to Australia’s economic and social objectives. Our aim is to provide high-impact research and partnerships creating positive change for Indigenous peoples, our students, staff and the wider Australian community.
We commit to research projects that directly support Indigenous peoples’ engagement in higher education studies, employment and career progression through our Reconciliation Action Plan.
Find out more about how our research projects are engaging with Indigenous organisations, industry groups and other universities via our Indigenous Research page.