About Our Division
Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
The CTL provides a range of support services to staff and students including learning support, teaching support, resource development and teaching spaces support. The CTL works to enhance students’ learning experience, and to facilitate the development of outstanding teaching practices informed by cutting edge technologies and research.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students works with students to facilitate an equitable settlement when a complaint or dispute arises in the academic environment. All enquiries to the Dean of Students are dealt with in strict confidence.
English Language and Foundation Studies Centre (ELFS)
ELFS delivers enabling programs, English Language programs, and an International foundation program to help students access tertiary studies. ELFS graduates almost one third of all enabling students in the country.
Equity and Diversity Unit (EDU)
EDU works with Faculties and Divisions to develop strategies that ensure we are at the forefront of equity and access issues and monitors our compliance with state and national equity legislation.
Industry Scholarships allow scholars to combine professional degree programs with meaningful industry experience. Industry Scholarships actively contribute to the development of future industry leaders by giving students the opportunity to develop professional skills and nurture talent.
University Gallery and Art Collection
The University Gallery and Art Collection is managed by the Art Curator, who works with Faculties and communities outside the University to present a vibrant exhibition program, and to coordinate the management and preservation of the University’s diverse art collection.
The Library is central to the University’s academic and community endeavour. Services, facilities and information resources are delivered through libraries on the Callaghan, City, Ourimbah and Port Macquarie campuses, and at the Singapore campus. A rapidly expanding online environment also ensures we are able to provide support to students wherever they live, and 24x7 services mean staff are available around the clock.
The Wollotuka Institute is designed to consolidate all Indigenous activities of the University into one operational and strategic body in order to serve the University's strategic priority and commitment to Indigenous Collaboration. The four functions of the Institute incorporate Academic, Research, Indigenous Student Support and Development and Indigenous Staff Employment and Development.