Student Support — Melbourne
As a University of Canberra student based in Melbourne, you will benefit from access to the full range of services provided by your home campus. In the first instance, enquiries should be made with student services at your home campus.
Student Support Contacts
|GBCA Course Coordinator||Monday - Friday|
8:30am - 4:00pm
|Level 2, 337 La Trobe Street, VIC 3000|
|Student Support Officer|
(Available for student services and enquires)
|Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm||Ground Floor, Reception, 338 Queen Street, VIC, 3000||Edmond Wan|
Canvas is the University's learning management system. The UC Learn (Canvas) Guide for Students provides an overview of UCLearn (Canvas) and will help you locate learning materials and assessment tasks for your study.
You can access more of UC’s Study Help information via UCLearn (Canvas) at www.canberra.edu.au/studyhelp.
As a UC student, you also have access to several free Studiosity (online tutoring) sessions per semester. Studiosity provides you with personalised, online study help. You can access Studiosity in the Course Menu of every UCLearn (Canvas) site.
An Academic Integrity module is available for students to enrol in via UCLearn (Canvas) at AIM – www.canberra.edu.au/aim This course will help develop your knowledge and understanding of academic integrity, in particular how to avoid plagiarism, whether intentional or unintentional.
You will need to be logged in to UCLearn (Canvas) to access modules, and will be prompted to ‘enrol’ when you first visit. Modules will then be found via your Canvas Dashboard and on the ‘Pages’ section of your unit sites in the “Resources for Students” page in Canvas.
Global Business College of Australia:
- Important contact information for UC students can be found on the GBCA Student Support Services Information Flyer (PDF, 390.73 KB) It includes information on:
- Library Services
- Learning Support
- IT Support
- Counselling & student welfare
- Career Support Service
- Specialised Support Services
- Further Student Support information is available on the GBCA website list of resources for current students.