Support to maximise your Griffith experience
We have a number of helpful tools and services to ensure you get the most out of your time with us.
It’s also useful to know you can access many of our support services remotely, either online or via phone.
Explore the support services below.
Student Connect is an all-inclusive service point for course and program advice, changes to study pattern, enrolment, fees and general requests or enquiries.
Health, counselling and wellbeing
The Online Health and Wellness Centre offers tools to help you stay happy and well while studying. You can also book counselling, medical or pastoral care appointments.
We offer a variety of financial support services, including interest-free loans, bursaries and budgeting advice.
It's never too early to start planning for your career. Our Careers and Employment Service can help.
International student support
Get advice on issues that can affect your life in Australia, as well as help with your English.
Get tech support for online issues, email, connecting your device to Griffith wifi, Learning@Griffith and Lecture Capture, plus information on student printing.
Disability and accessibility support
We can customise reasonable adjustments to meet your particular study needs.
Access study, assignment and exam tips, including how to reference correctly.
Equity and diversity
Support for LGBTIQ students, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, Pacifika students and students from refugee backgrounds.
Mentoring at Griffith connects student mentors and mentees via a wide range of programs that facilitate mutual learning, reflection and growth.
Online study support
Many of our courses can be studied online. If you have not taken a course online before, we recommend you explore Thrive Online.
Designed by students for students, this resource will help demystify the digital learning experience and help you through all the stages of online study, from getting set up to graduation.
COVID-19 Support for International Students
See services and initiatives offered by Griffith to help international students through the COVID-19 crisis, and connect with support contacts in the wider community.
FUNDS SUPPORT YOUR STUDENT WELLBEING
The Student Services and Amenities Fee funds a range of wellbeing support services available to all students — whether you study online or on campus.
These services span health and medical, mental health, financial support, educational assistance, clubs and societies, careers and employment services and student organisations. Even if you access just one or two of these services a trimester, the SSAF represents excellent value for money.
Student representative groups work in partnership with the University to decide how these funds are allocated, ensuring all types of students have a voice in deciding how the money is spent.
To find out more, including services the SSAF currently funds, visit the Student Services and Amenities Fee site.