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.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s useful to know you can still access our support services remotely, either online or via phone.
Explore the support services below.
Online study support
Most of our courses are transitioning to online delivery due to the coronavirus pandemic. 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.
Health, counselling and wellbeing
Our Online Health and Wellness Centre has a range of tools to help you feel happy and well while studying. You can also book an appointment with a counsellor, doctor or health professional.
We offer a variety of financial support services, including interest-free loans, bursaries and budgeting advice.
Disability and accessibility support
We can customise reasonable adjustments to meet your particular study needs.
Get tech support for online issues, email, connecting your device to Griffith wifi, Learning@Griffith and Lecture Capture, plus information on student printing.
International student support
Get advice on issues that can affect your life in Australia, as well as help with your English.
Access study, assignment and exam tips, including how to reference correctly.
Mentoring at Griffith connects student mentors and mentees via a wide range of programs that facilitate mutual learning, reflection and growth.
Equity and diversity
Support for LGBTIQ students, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, Pacifika students and students from refugee backgrounds.
It's never too early to start planning for your career. Our Careers and Employment Service can help.
Reach out to the Student Connect team for questions on your enrolment or study progression.