Student success is integrated into Griffith's Student Retention Strategy, including the role of the First Year Coordinators.
Griffith uses a student life-cycle model as its conceptual framework of understanding the student experience, from pre-entry to graduation. You can expect to find:
- Services organised from a student-centred perspective
- Effective orientation and transition experiences, and preparation for academic studies
- Improved program leadership roles
- Quality learning experiences
- Relevant and accessible performance data.
The Graduate Career Strategy presents an institutional approach for producing work-ready graduates who have the skills and knowledge sought after by employers. The strategy reinforces the student life-cycle model, with activities across the student experience. It recognises that students have responsibilities for their own career development, through participating in the many career-related opportunities available to them.
The Griffith Graduate Attributes include important qualities that position our graduates to succeed in their chosen careers.