Latest updates for students

During these challenging times, please ensure that you have all the support that you and your family need and are being vigilant about your health and safety.

Due to the large volume of enquires, we would like to assure you that teams are working through these tickets and we thank you for your patience as we respond to your calls and emails with a core focus of supporting you at this time.

An update for Melbourne students

Updated Tuesday 25 August, 11.13am

The College has continued to follow the evolving COVID-19 situation in Victoria and align to the current directive of Stage 4 restrictions in Melbourne and Stage 3 restrictions in regional Victoria.

With the government prediction of when the easing of restrictions will likely take place, it has been decided that the Melbourne campus will remain closed for the remainder of 2020. We acknowledge that this will be disappointing for many students as this will impact the remainder of on-campus planned studies in 2020. In all cases where reasonable adjustments are able to be accommodated, we remain committed to adapting subjects to the online and live streaming environment to support continued studies.

This decision has not been made lightly and considerations were given to the below. We are as disappointed as you are not to have you back on campus in 2020.

  • Under the current Stage 4 restrictions the College is classified as a non-essential business and is prevented from onsite operations until the restrictions are eased.
  • The continued presenting case numbers with state government predicts the easing of restrictions in late September to December (subject to change with no clear directive of timelines which are reliant on case numbers and the slowing of the spread of COVID-19).
  • State government directive and recommendations are in place for education providers to support remote learning, collaborative projects and online study.
  • We acknowledge that these are very stressful and anxious times as the timelines change every six weeks, however your wellbeing is important to us and we would like to provide clear directions on the remainder of your studies for 2020 and the planning in place for 2021.
  • Our commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of all students, staff, clients and the community remains steadfast as state directive restrictions remain in place.

Discipline specific updates

  • All students have been sent discipline and subject specific details in a separate communication. Please refer to the individual emails sent to your current email address on file.

Student Support

Please ensure that you have all the support that you need at this time and please reach out to the following support teams where we will be able to discuss and support the planning of your studies.

  • The Student Services team are able to help you with your planning, please call 1300 462 887 (ext.2) or book a meeting via the LMS > Learning Resources > Consultations tab.
  • To facilitate your progression, pre-requisites will be considered on a case by case basis without compromising the student or client safety. A special consideration application (SCA) can be raised via the student portal.
  • For all enrolled students, the College will facilitate the enrolment into 2021 Summer School offerings, S1|21 timetables and Clinic Blocks. This will ensure you secure a place as a priority in a 2021 timetable.
  • If you or your family are impacted by the current situation and are seeking professional support, we recommend that you reach out to the SAP (Student Assistance Program) on 1800 336 207 (24/7), confidential counselling for study related or personal problems hotline exclusively for Endeavour students, free for a series of sessions.
  • Student wellbeing webinars are available on the website.

COVID-19 updates:

At this challenging time please ensure you remain diligent and vigilant about you and your family’s health, safety and wellbeing.

An update for our Brisbane and Gold Coast students

Updated: Friday 7 August 2020

An update for our Brisbane and Gold Coast students regarding the recent announcements from the State Government directive, and updated Border Restrictions Direction that will be effective from Saturday 8 of August (1am) between QLD and NSW. The College will continue to follow State Government directive to support the management of COVID-19, and to ensure our students, staff clients, and the wider community, remain safe and well.

The College is currently working on solutions for students that reside in a postcode outside of the border residents’ zones. A member of the Student Support and academic team will be in contact shortly to support your enrolment at this time.

If you have alternative arrangements to cross the border, so you can continue with your studies, please let us know so that we can note this on file. If you still require support, you can connect with a Student Services team member to discuss your options: 1300 462 887 (ext.2).

In all cases, refer to the State Government directive and the links below to support your decisions at this time. The Student Support team is just a call away, if you would like to discuss this in further detail and to support planning your studies for the remainder of 2020.

QLD state government COVID-19 resources

College COVID-19 resources

We acknowledge that these continuous changes are challenging, however, we thank you for your adaptability, resilience and continued commitment to maintaining a COVID-19 free campus.

Student Support

If you or your family are impacted by the current situation and are seeking professional support, we recommend that you reach out to the SAP (Student Assistance Program) on 1800 336 207 (24/7), a confidential counselling for study related or personal problems hotline exclusively for Endeavour students, free for a series of sessions.

Read more about state-based campus updates on the Return to Campus page on the website.

New FAQs page for Melbourne students

Updated: Monday 13 July 2020

Dear Melbourne students,

Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Melbourne, including reimposed lockdowns and restrictions, we have created a new Melbourne FAQs page to provide you with the latest updates and information.

We will continue to update this page over the coming weeks as new information becomes available.

You can find the Melbourne FAQs page here.

Clinic Block Model

Updated 5 May 2020 at 4.28PM (AEST)

Based on feedback from our students who sought more consistency with their clinic subjects, in order to manage their studies alongside their work, life and family commitments, we have introduced a new Clinic Block Model to replace the old semester model.

With a consistently changing clinic schedule from semester to semester, we understood the challenges it posed to many of you. In addition, due to the long semester breaks in clinic, we found it difficult to promote a continuity of care for our clients, and ultimately retain our clients. Now that the clinic will be open for 48 weeks of the year, it will allow both students and clients to have more consistency and give students more opportunity to study and treat outside of a traditional semester. You will be able to start a Clinic Block during a semester break – this will not only help with study workloads, but also with the advancement of your degree.

We recognise that many of you are supporting their families through working and parenting, and that adding study on top of these existing commitments was challenging with the old clinic model. The new Clinic Block Model allows you to achieve your goals and pursue a passion in natural health by offering more flexibility to juggle commitments across multiple blocks, based on your availability throughout the year.

The Clinic Block Model aims to:

  • Provide a high standard student clinical education
  • Build students’ experience in the clinical setting
  • Build strong and repeated client experience
  • Provide flexibility for students
  • Extend opening hours for increased client engagement

Read more about the Clinic Block Model by visiting Current Students > FAQ's.

S2|20 Theory classes remain online

Updated 24 April 2020 at 12.38PM (AEST)

As we navigate our way through these ever-changing circumstances, we are frequently updating our planning based on new information and the opportunities that also result from the evolution of change.

During planning the details of accommodating the S1|20 practicals and clinic classes with a starting date of July 6, it has been determined that all current theory classes will remain online for S2|20.

  • All theory subjects that are already online will now be offered online only, and will not return to campus for S2|20.
  • All theory subjects that are currently live streaming will continue in this delivery medium, and will not return to campus for S2|20.
  • We are aiming to provide you with a practical and clinic timetable in PDF format no later than May 1. This will take into consideration the continuation of the online delivery of all theory subjects in S2|20.
  • The College is currently working on increased online subject offerings across 2020 to support flexibility with managing and balancing study.

We respect that you will have questions surrounding these updates, and that many students are still adapting to the online delivery modules. We ask that you keep an eye on communications, as we will continue to frame these delivery mediums and associated changes (from an academic perspective) over the coming weeks, and detail how these will be implemented across the remainder of 2020. Please refer to the recent communications from the Director of Education on the student portal and the LMS.

We thank you for embracing the online and live streaming delivery model, and continuing to be diligent and committed to your studies in these challenging times.

  • For all general enquires please contact student services on 1300 462 887 (ext 2) or email:
  • For course progression enquires, email: or register for a webinar here.
  • For support across departments log into the student portal or click here.
  • The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is available free for a series of sessions on 1800 336 207 (24/7), with confidential counselling to support you and your current situation.
  • For student wellbeing movement and meditation sessions register here.
  • For the latest information and resources visit the Department of Health website here.

The weekly COVID-19 communication along with the website, student portal, and LMS notifications will allow you to keep an eye on regular updates.

Continue to remain vigilant and diligent about you and your families health, safety and wellbeing at this time. Stay safe and stay well!

You can view all of the past College updates here.

Library Support teams

The Virtual Librarian hours have been extended to cover from 8am-8am (AEDT) Monday-Friday.

EBSCO and ProQuest are providing unlimited simultaneous access to most e-books across a number of publishers, please connect with the Virtual Librarian for detail – this means a large number of our most popular e-books will now be freely available to all students through the library electronic holdings.

Support teams

Support teams across the College are receiving a large volume of enquires and we are working on all ticket and phone enquiries, please allow a 36-72 hour response time as we answer your questions and support you at this time.

For student services support call 1300 462 887 (ext.2) or email

For support across departments log into the student portal or raise a ticket.

Student Assistance Program (SAP)

This is a stressful time as what we have known is now the unknown. It is very important that you take the time you need to also take care of yourself at this time, the SAP is available 24/7 free of charge by calling 1800 336 207 and available for confidential counselling, please do reach out to this team if they can be of any support in helping support you and your family at this time.

In this unprecedented time, we thank you for your continued patience and ensure you that we are focused on answering all your enquires, supporting your questions and committed to working on solutions that support your present circumstances.

At the College, all teams are dedicated to ensuring that you can continue with your studies online and return to campus with minimal disruption and maximum flexibility to support the successful completion of your planned studies.

At this time please ensure that you have all the support that you, your family and friends need and be vigilant about your health and wellbeing.