We want your time at West Coast Institute to be fun as well as rewarding. If you find yourself in need of a little extra assistance, help is at hand. StudentCentro, located in the library on the first floor of D block is our student support hub.
The Help Desk operates from 9.30am to 3.00pm on weekdays, but you can drop in any time during library opening hours for assistance and information. If you can’t make it in person, contact StudentCentro on 9233 1005 or email email@example.com.
Student Services and Enquiries
For general student services and enquiries, please contact student services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can call on 1300 134 881.
Available in the library at the help desk we can show you how to research your assignment topics, using both physical and online resources. We also run information literacy sessions for class groups.
West Coast is committed to ensuring access and equity of participation for students with disability to enable them to be fully and actively involved in all aspects of campus life. If you have any specific learning needs or support requirement in relation to your disability or medical condition, please contact Samantha Bickell, Bob Martin or Alison Elphick.
Samantha Bickell, Disability and Student Support Coordinator
Bob Martin, Disability Support Officer
Alison Elphick, Disability Support Officer
Our Aboriginal Support Officer is available to assist with course selection, enrolment, career planning and employment opportunities, study assistance, tutorial assistance and help with ABSTUDY and Centrelink matters.
For support, please contact Abigail Ware, Aboriginal Support Officer on 9233 1247 or email Abigail.Ware@wcit.wa.edu.au.
Studying can be daunting, especially if you haven’t done it before or if you’re out of practice. Our Learning Support Team is here to help you get organised, guide you through your assignments and point you in the right direction for resources. You will get helpful strategies and tips to help meet the demands of studying. We won’t do your work for you, but we’ll help you learn the best study practices to achieve success. We also have a dedicated computer tutor available at different times. Check at the Help Desk for the current hours of this service.
Contact Jeff Hoyle, Learning Support on 9233 1107 or email Jeff.Hoyle@wcit.wa.edu.au.
THEDESK – PROMOTING STUDENT ACCESS AND WELL-BEING
thedesk website is designed to help students maintain mental and physical health and well-being while studying. This site offers a range of online modules, tools, quizzes and advice to help you tackle the everyday pressures of being a student. Best of all, it’s free!