Campus Wellbeing is committed to providing a range of high level support and assistance for both Students and Staff at Macquarie, through the delivery of the following services:
Counselling - provides free, confidential counselling for students to discuss any issue that may be of concern. Such issues may include psychological, emotional and/or social difficulties affecting academic progress, university and personal life.
Disability - provides support and assistance to students with a disability and/or health condition to enable them to have an equal opportunity to flourish at University.
Every semester, we see students who have incurred library fines and are not able to pay them, who then cannot enrol in subjects. In some cases, students are able to ask for the fine to be reviewed, and enrol. Please get in contact with the Welfare Service for more information about this. Phone: (02) 9850 6496 or Email: email@example.com
Visit our new fact sheets page where up to date and relevant information is published for you by our Campus Wellbeing staff.
My Wellbeing - the blog of Campus Wellbeing designed to enable students. Covering all topical aspects of Campus Wellbeing, its inspirational content focuses on equipping the student on both a personal and academic level.
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