Supporting student success
Supporting student success
From the day you set foot on campus to well after you graduate, you will be supported by a range of dedicated services and resources to ensure you succeed during your time at university.
Whether you need practical advice and guidance or expert assistance, our dedicated services span study, career, personal, disability, advocacy, and Indigenous support.
How we support our students
Reach your academic potential
No matter where you are in your university journey, our Academic Skills Centre is here to help you develop your academic skills and reach your potential. We help with areas such as writing clearly and professionally, organising your ideas, studying effectively, referencing, and maths. The Academic Skills Centre offers a free, one-on-one personal service where we work with you to support your individual needs.
Career support from day one
Graduate ready to stand out! From your very first day, to well after you graduate, you can connect with our Career Development Centre (CDC). As a Bondy, you gain access to a range of events and workshops including one-on-one career guidance to support you on your journey towards a challenging, meaningful, and rewarding career through Bond’s CDC.
Foster good mental health
Change can be stressful, which can stretch and test a person’s resilience. Studies show the quality of learning, creativity, and productivity outputs are strongly linked to the level of our mental health, which is why we encourage Bond students and staff to access the confidential medical and counselling services available on campus through our Medical Centre.
Accessibility & Inclusion
Our Accessibility & Inclusion team provides students with support to ensure an accessible and inclusive campus for all. Through the BondAbility platform, our dedicated Accessibility & Inclusion Advisor will ensure that Bond University students who require and qualify for reasonable adjustments are afforded the same opportunities as their peers in all areas of campus life.
Advocacy support for students
As a student, it’s important to know your rights and options. The Bond University Student Association (BUSA) offers a free information, advice and referral service to help Bondies navigate university policies and procedures, as well as offer student representation when required.
Indigenous student support
The Nyombil Centre is a place of learning and change with a dedicated team who will help Indigenous students transition into university life and into the workforce. Our team deliver inclusive and culturally safe support programs and practices with a focus on empowering students to reach their full potential.
We believe everyone has a place in the Bond community. We respect both individuality and diversity in every aspect, and this extends to those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, or questioning (LGBTIQ). The University prides itself on providing all students with the same level of consideration and empathy.