The personalised attention you receive in the classroom extends to every aspect of life at Bond. It starts from the moment you arrive on campus with Orientation Week’s full calendar of information sessions and social activities where you’ll have a chance to meet lots of other new students.
Once your classes get underway, you may also find some of our other Student Support services helpful.
Services at the clinic include: general practice and skin care, sexual health advice, men and women's health, familty health, sports and travel medicine, health assessments and anti-ageing treatment.
The team at the clinic consist of a full time Doctor, Dr Peter Karsas, Dr Sally Kervison (only available Fridays) and a full time nurse. Read more
Bond University are able to offer students, access to a qualified, experience psychologist for free confidential counselling. The counselling covers anything from academic, study pressures to personal problems. Read more
Bond University offer support to all disabled students, however it is important to note the broadness of this definition. For Bond University, a disability includes any impairment, injury, illness or health condition, which may affect a student's capacity to undertake a program of study. A disability may be permanent, short-term or episodic in nature. Read more