Peer-to-peer support

Sometimes students are people best placed to offer advice to other students. Joining in with one of UniSA’s peer-to-peer support programs is a great way to get insider information about life at uni and program requirements or, if you are the mentor, to help out a fellow student. Plus it’s a great way to make friends.

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)

The PASS program offers you something special: free study sessions run by students who have excelled in a particular course. After all, students understand where you are coming from, plus they can share first hand experience of how to approach your course.

The environment is always relaxed and informal, and a whopping 96% of participants recommend PASS. So we think it’s a pretty good way for you to complement your studies.

UniSA Business School

Business or Law student, access the PASS timetable here.

Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences (EASS)

Find out more about PASS and access the timetable here.

Division of Health Sciences (HSC)

The Bachelor of Nursing program is offering PASS in Mental Health (HLTH 1037) and Health of Adults (NURS 2023) in SP5.

Find out more about PASS and access the timetable here.

School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences (ITMS)

Find out more about PASS and access the timetable here.

E-Pals

The e-pal program in the Division of EASS offers advice and assistance to students starting study for the first time. Experienced student volunteers will support you during the first 6-8 weeks of their first semester, as you find your feet and become more confident. e-pals will communicate with you via email each week and you will participate in 'meet and greets' with free muffins and coffee!
Find out more about e-pals here.

Business Mentors

The Business Mentors Program offers new Business and Law students the chance to buddy up with current students to help smooth the way into uni.

Business mates keep in touch throughout the study period to check how their new students are progressing and give whatever guidance they can. Throughout the study period, the Business Mentors also arrange social events, inviting new students to attend. These are a great way to make friends and build networks.

The Business Mentors Program has plenty to offer all participants, both current and new students. Find out more.

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