Support Services Available on Campus for Students Studying with a Disability

AccessAbility Services Support Services Available on Campus for Students Studying with a Disability

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Learning Advisers

Workshops and individual consultations to help students improve organisational skills, writing skills, reading and note taking, studying for exams, oral presentations, referencing, English grammar, maths, statistics and science.

Academic Advice - course specific

Academic Advisers provide information on the course outcomes, give information and advice on subjects and liaise with other faculty staff.

JCU Health General Practice Centre (Townsville)

Provides treatment and support for medical conditions. James Cook University students are bulk billed.

JCU Counselling Service

Provides confidential and free support to James Cook University students to assist with personal problems and other difficulties such as exam anxiety and motivation.

Library Staff

Assist with effective researching techniques and accessing information.

Library guide for students with a disability

The Multifaith Chaplaincy Service

Offers support, friendship and hospitality to anyone in search of spirituality and the meaning of life.

AccessAbility Services

Provide general support, organise alternative assessment/exam adjustments, loan of assistive equipment, liaison with relevant academic staff, assist with access issues and referral to other support services.

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