There are a wide range of services available to students at the University - specific course-related services provided at the School/Department and Faculty level - as well as general services available to all students.
Services for Chemistry students
The Chemistry learning centre
The Chemistry learning centre is a room where students can drop in at lunchtime to seek help with their chemistry studies from the tutor on duty.
There are computers available for student use in the The Labyrinth, located on the ground floor of the Chemistry building.
Staff Student Liaison Committee
There is a Staff Student Liaison Committee that meets 4-5 times throughout the academic calendar. The committee was formed to address any issues that students faced with the course or the School's facilities and to process suggestions for any improvements.
Chemistry Postgraduate Society (CPS)
Find out more about the Chemistry Postgraduate Society - a group for postgraduate students.
Study Abroad and Student Exchange
Professor S. Kolev is the School of Chemistry SASE Advisor. Any enquiries in this regard can be made by contacting him on (+613 8344 7931) or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student welfare contact for students
The University offers a wide range of support services including a counselling service and a disability liaison unit. Within the School, Ms Andrea Oliver, ph: +613 9035 3573, can advise on whom to contact and what services are available.
The University of Melbourne has everything on campus to make your time as a student an enjoyable one. There are a variety of services, clubs and associations available and a complete guide to University students services is available.
The Academic Skills Unit can provide tips on how to deal with the pressures of exams and how to manage your study load.
The University library has many branches and locations, and is available to support both staff and students.
The Student Portal provides links to important information about fees, exams and IT.
Recreational and other facilities
The University Sports Centre provides sport and recreational opportunities for the University Community including students, staff and graduates.
The Services for Students is a portal for all services available to students, as well as tips on study and life-balance.
The Student Union is the representative body for all students of the University of Melbourne. Their site includes a wide range of services and clubs.