Academic resources to help with your studies


Your mental health and wellbeing is influenced by many factors.

An obvious factor for students is how well their studies are coming along.

Doing well at your studies ▶ mental health boost 🥳

Not doing so well at your studies ▶ mental health drops 😢

With this in mind, one of the simplest investments you can make in your mental health is to improve your academic performance.

At Flinders, the main people to help with this are the Student Learning Support Services (SLSS). They run a range of programs and provide a range of resources targeted specifically at improving your academic performance.

Here’s a few key ones:

Drop-in guided study sessions – “Students can come and work on their general academic skills & ask questions to learning advisors” (also called the Learning Lounge)

Online resources and study guides – “The Student Learning Support Service (SLSS) provide a range of study guides designed to help you with the necessary skills and work for your University studies”. Covers writing, english language, general study resources, mathematics and referencing.

Extended consultations with learning advisors – ask your topic coordinator and they can refer you for a 1-hour focused session on a particular academic skill. They need to email with your details to request the consultation.

Ready2Go resources in FLO – All of their resources and programs located within a FLO topic –

English Language Program – “Space to practice and improve academic language and communication skills. Starts from week 3 and runs for 7 weeks. Students need to register and is free.”

Don’t forget our study skills guide and Studiosity.

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