University can be hard to navigate and you may need extra support during exam time.
If you, or anyone you know, is experiencing extenuating circumstances which are impacting student’s ability to perform well during an assessment or exam then applying for ‘special consideration’ is highly recommended.
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If applying for special consideration will not address your situation, then you can also choose to apply for deferred examination. Deferred exam means “sitting of an examination at a time other than the scheduled time/date”. These include mid-term and final exams but not the regular assessments.
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ANUSA is able to provide lunches to students who are facing difficulties acquiring lunch, for example if you forget your wallet, are short on money, or just don't have enough time to prepare a healthy lunch. To access a free (vegan-friendly and gluten free) lunch from the Food Coop (3 Kingsley Street), please fill in this form:
Complete a lunch voucher form here >
Student Assistance Support
The Student Assistance Team at ANUSA provides support, advice and assistance to undergraduate ANU Students. University can be hard to navigate and the Student Assistance Officers are here to help. The Student Assistance Officers are professional staff, not current students, and confidentiality is assured. The service is free.
Phone: 02 6125 2444
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Mental Health Support
ANU Crisis line - 1300 050 327
ANU Crisis SMS - 0488 884 170
ANU Counselling - 02 6125 2442
Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team (CATT) - 6205 1065
Lifeline - 13 11 14
Don't forget, if you or someone you know ever needs help, ANUSA should be your first port of call.