Endeavour offers a range of different support services that students can access during their studies. These resources are available through the student LMS.
Course Progression Consultations are 30 minute long, one-on-one appointments with a Course Progression Adviser. You can use these meetings to discuss any queries you may have regarding your Course Progression and how to get back on track with your studies.
Book a consultation by logging into the LMS > Learning Resources > Consultation - Course Progression.
Students can also connect with course progression via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 462 887 (option 2).
Individual Academic Consultations
- These are one-on-one short 15 minute consultations with a Senior Academic and you can use these for any questions you may have including (e.g. exam viewing, specific assessment clarifications, pre-requisite clarifications, study skills etc). You can book up to 2 linked bookings once per week. When booking please indicate what you need assistance with.
Department Group Tutorials
- These are typically 60 minute group tutorials available at a campus that cover any content questions you may have about your study. The tutorials are in addition to your in-class tutorials and can help clarify questions and concepts you may be struggling with. Come to as many as you want – there is no limit and come armed with questions.
Access and Equity Program
The Access and Equity Program connects students to special services or adjustments with the aim of assisting them to achieve their personal and educational goals at Endeavour.
The College values and supports all members of the community regardless of disability or special needs. Endeavour expects all members of its community to support and assist all other members irrespective of individual differences. The Access and Equity Program (AEP) exists to enable the equal participation of every student, focusing on increasing social inclusion and advocating for individual student’s rights.
The Program supports students with disabilities and medical conditions, and students requesting any Special Adjustments as a result of this. The program enables all students to participate fully and equally in College life at Endeavour. We aim to provide educational opportunities through academic support, structured learning plans, accessible facilities, and adjusted teaching and assessment practices where reasonably possible.
The fundamental principle behind the program is focusing on the needs of the student, as the students registered within the AEP know the truth of their own situation better than anyone. Inherent in the AEP is the focus on responsibility - both of the student and that of the College and how this partnership can be of the most benefit to each other.
Endeavour provides access to TalkCampus, a free to download peer support app for students who are struggling or worried about their mental health. It's accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and free of charge for all current Endeavour students. View more information here
Proudly supported by the college’s Student Partners network, PASS is a free program that offers interactive, live, online, group study sessions.
The PASS Program is a learning enhancement program that provides regularly scheduled, peer-facilitated study sessions, offered historically to difficult subjects.
For more information, see here
If you are a student who has English as a second language, you may be interested in registering as an ESL student. Registering enables you to receive some reasonable adjustments during your studies with Endeavour. For more information please see the English Proficiency Policy.
Self – Help Links
- The Happiness Trap - An 8 week program that helps you to build genuine happiness from the inside out.
- The Way Up - This Way Up courses – take control of your wellbeing, these courses have been clinically proven to help.
- MindSpot –a site that supports your emotional wellbeing, complete an online assessment and select a course that will support any symptoms of stress, worry, anxiety, low mood and depression. You will learn proven skills to manage emotional wellbeing and improve quality of life.
- E couch – a self-help interactive program with modules for depression, generalised anxiety & worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown and loss & grief. It provides evidence-based information and teaches strategies drawn from cognitive behavioural and interpersonal therapies as well as relation and physical activities.
- Head to Health - help to find the right digital mental health resources for your needs
- Head Space - Helping you understand and work though life’s challenges.
- MoodGym – an interactive self-help book which helps you to learn and practise skills which can help to prevent and manage symptoms of depression and anxiety.
- Mental Health First Aid - complete a course to support you mental health first aid skills and this will allow you to support someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Self – Help Apps
- Calm – the number one app for meditation and sleep
Bring your attention to the experiences happening in the present moment.
- Smiling Mind –tips to get your mindfulness journey started.
- Insight Timer – the largest free library of guided meditations.
- Happify - a single destination for effective, evidence-based solutions for better mental health and wellbeing in the 21st century.
- The Resilience App a daily wellbeing journal to build emotional literacy, engage with the positive things in life and be actively present.
Assessment and Exam Support Links
- My Study life – a free app to help your plan your study across a semester – all the tools you need for reminders and to get organised with your study.
- Study Blue – a student app which uses your course information to create selection of card sets for revision.
- Go conqr - offers resources to create revision charts, mind maps, flashcards, notes and quizzes – and the ability to connect and collaborate with friends, classmates or students.
- Exam countdown - free app that helps you to plan your days until exam day to support study plans