Support & wellbeing

Support and wellbeing

There are many support services available to students of the ANU College of Law. They are there to help you with study and other issues which can arise.  Avail yourself of these services early, so that issues do not become overwhelming.

Academic Skills
Academic Skills is there to help you to develop the strategies you need to succeed in your studies at ANU - help with writing, reasearch skills, study skills, academic integrity, plagiarism.

Academic Skills Writing Centre
The centre is here to help you to develop the strategies you need to succeed in your studies at ANU. Peer Writing Service, Writing Coaches,Senior Learning Advisers etc.

Diversity and Inclusion
Assist students who have a disability, medical condition or who are recognised primary carers of a person with a disability to participate fully in their program of study by providing advice, supports and adjustments that minimise the impact of disability in education.

ANU University Counselling Centre

Information for international students
ANU has a vibrant international student community and welcomes students from around the world. Check out the above link to access information you need to know if you are an international student and joining the ANU community.

SET4ANU Program
Set4ANU is a fun, free volunteer program designed to support new students in making the transition to life at the Australian National University.

Residential & Campus Communities

Careers centre

Student Central
Level 1, Di Riddell Student Centre,  Building 154 University Avenue

Respectful relationships at ANU - knowing our values, understanding consent and boundaries, and finding help and support if you have been sexually assaulted or harassed.

ANU Law Students’ Society is the representative body for ANU law students, providing a wide range of social, educational and careers-oriented programs and events.

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team