• Student Engagement Unit (SEU) contains a wide variety of student supports services such as counselling, academic writing, career advice, etc.  If you feel a student could benefit from accessing these services, please speak to your Academic contact. 

    Student Support Services
    Student Support Services include free and confidential face to face appointments for counselling services provided by qualified counsellors who have experience in working with university students; an out of hours crisis line (1300 107 441), workshops on mindfulness, resilience, managing procrastination, wellbeing website to support health literacy, access to self-help resources, resources for students who experience bullying, discrimination and sexual violence.  Students can also access thedesk which is a free online resource consisting of modules, tools, quizzes, and advice to support student mental and physical health and wellbeing.  Other resources include access to religious services such as chaplains and prayer rooms, advice on careers, accommodation, legal advice, tax advice, and financial skills.  

    Students with a disability are provided information regarding support through the disability hub and are supported by the Supported Transition and Retention Program (STAR).

    Scholarships & Financial Supports

    Scholarships and grants are promoted via the scholarships web search.

    The student support services website contains information for International students to support their transition and time in Australia.  There are a number of grants and scholarships available to support international students such as the BUPA UniSA International Student Grant or the Sandhu International Student Support Grant.

    Students from a rural background can apply for the University of South Australia Rural Reconnect Relocation Scholarships.  These scholarships, valued at $6,000 each, will assist students from rural and isolated areas to fund their relocation costs associated with moving to the city in order to pursue full-time undergraduate study. The Rotary Club of the Barossa Valley Foundation Scholarship provides support to financially disadvantaged, high achieving, full-time students from the Barossa Valley while the Wattle Range Council UniSA Study Grant provides encouragement and support for talented students from the Wattle Range Council area.

    UniSA Department of Rural Health (DRH) provides a range of supports to domestic students who undertake rural placements.  For further details, please visit the website.