Tutoring and mentoring programs
Limitless Learning is Bond University's tutoring and social connectivity platform which is powered by the Vygo app.
Simply download the Vygo app on your mobile device or access on any computer to connect with a fellow student and find the support you need.
There are three types of support available. Select your preferred program and learn more.
Social connectivity, make friends, improve English skills and general peer support.
Your fellow Bondies are available as mentors to support you whether you are on campus, around Australia or overseas. This program is highly recommended to students seeking English conversational skills. You can benefit from new friendships and professional networks, that allow you to feel connected no matter where you are!
Indigenous Tutor Scheme
The aim of the Indigenous Tutor Scheme is to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to participate equitably in your chosen field of study.
Our tutoring program takes a holistic approach and our tutors are trained to assist with all of your academic needs and with the transition into Bond University.
The program is free for eligible students.
Student Tutoring is a free academic support provided by students for students. Students can connect with a Tutor Fellow for one-on-one academic tutoring. Bond's Tutor Fellows are high achieving students who have done extremely well in their studies at Bond. You can book in regular sessions to ensure you receive the support you need.
By downloading the Vygo app you can review the tutor profiles, select one that suits your requirements and instantly connect with them.
Want to become a mentor?
As a Bondies Connect mentor, you will provide social and connectivity support to fellow Bondies. Throughout the journey, you will develop your own professional development skills and gain positive graduate attributes. Eligible students are also able to claim Beyond Bond points through participation in the program.
As a mentor you can:
- gain confidence and develop as a leader
- expand your employment options and personal networks
- develop interpersonal skills
- gain further understanding of diversity.