La Trobe Albury–Wodonga students have access to a range of student support services. Students can drop by Student Administration (building 4, ground floor) for help and referral.
Careers and employment
The Career Development Centre can help you make informed career, course and employment decisions. W: Career Development Centre
Students are welcome to drop into the Chaplaincy Centre for a chat and some support. We can also offer practical help (e.g. food items) for students experiencing financial difficulties. W: Chaplaincy Centre
Wodonga TAFE's Kids on Campus is the closest childcare centre offering services to the campus and the wider community. It offers long day care, funded kindergarten, after school care, vacation care, casual care, family day care. T: 02 6055 6635 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | W: Kids on Campus
Free and confidential short-term counselling for La Trobe University students. Counselling sessions are offered face-to-face, by telephone or by Skype.
Our Disability Liaison Officer can assist students in assessing their needs and provide supports to ensure they are able to participate fully and to the best of their ability. W: Disability Support Services
Equity & Diversity
Equity & Diversity encourages full and equal participation of all La Trobe students and staff and fosters an environment free of discrimination and harassment.
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Students can get information about financial assistance and student loans from Student Administration. W: Financial assistance
Indigenous student support
Our Indigenous Student Services Officer supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. For more information, see the Indigenous Education site.
International student support
Albury-Wodonga's International Student Services Coordinator provides international students with advice, referral and information about student visas, travel, accommodation, and adjusting to La Trobe and the Australian lifestyle.
La Trobe has a wide range of computer services and facilities to support students during their studies. Free email is provided to all students while they are enrolled, and there's online IT training to ensure our graduates have good computing skills. Many lectures are also captured into audio or audio/video streams that can be reviewed by students in their own time. Students can access orientation sessions in our computer labs.
Wodonga Student Association
The Wodonga Student Association (WSA) provides academic advocacy for students having difficulties with their course. The WSA also supports a range of clubs and student groups, organises social events and runs the Hangar with gym and recreational facilities.
New student support
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Student Learning provide resources and support to help students build the academic skills they need for university. Staff run group sessions in the private meeting room in the Hangar daily between 12pm and 1pm.