The LTU office at City West campus will be closed from 12pm on Wednesday 23 April and on Thursday 24 April 2014. You may still contact the LTU at City West campus on 8302 0022 during this time where you will be directed to LTU staff offering services from City East campus. The LTU at City West will re-open at 8.45am on Monday 28 April 2014 in the new Jeffrey Smart Building.
Ground Floor, David Pank building
160 Currie Street, City West
Ph: 8302 7847
Fax: 8302 7861
Director Learning and Teaching: Professor Margaret Hicks
Unit Executive Officer: Ange McClelland
Campus Central is the first point of contact for LTU services on the Whyalla campus. Campus Central can organise a telephone or email appointment with a metropolitan based LTU staff member, for which a private office will be provided.
Campus Central staff also have oversight of disability services in Whyalla. They will help with some issues themselves (eg provision of a note-taker or scribe, arranging extra time in exams), or refer to the University's Disability Liaison Officer, or to the outsourced counselling services offered on campus.
UniSA's General Office is the first local point of contact for most LTU services (Careers, Disability Advice, and L3: Language, Literacies and Learning). Staff can organise a telephone or email appointment with a metropolitan based LTU staff member and provide a private office if necessary.
Students wanting individual telephone or online appointments with LTU staff can also contact the metropolitan LTU campus offices listed above, using the Toll Free numbers. Counselling services are available locally. General Office staff will refer students to the outsourced counselling services. Students are also welcome to access online Counselling resources.
Students can be referred to the LTU by academic staff when they are concerned about a students well-being. Visit the e-referral web page for more information.
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