Study Support

Fremantle and Broome Campuses

The Notre Dame Study Centre is dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible study outcomes.

We provide you with opportunities to accelerate your learning and help you achieve your goals and aspirations.

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A range of study support programs are available for new and current students:

  • Book an appointment with a Learning Advisor

    Learning Advisors in the Notre Dame Study Centre (NDSC) can assist you with study skills and academic writing.

    Book a Learning Advisor for a 30-minute virtual Zoom appointment.

    All calendar times in the library booking system are given in Australian Western Standard Time (AWST).

    A Learning Advisor is also available for face to face appointments in St Teresa’s library (Fremantle Campus).

    Drop In sessions commencing next week until week 12 are as follows:

    • Tuesday’s - 10am to 2pm
    • Wednesday’s 9am to 10:30am
    • Thursday’s 9am to 10:30am

    Please contact the Notre Dame Study Centre if you need help making an appointment.

    Fremantle and Broome:

  • Study Prep Workshops

    Study Prep Workshop are run by the Support Centre prior to the commencement of each semester to prepare students for their studies. Lecturers from across the university teach the workshops, so they know exactly what you will need to succeed in the upcoming semester.

    Check out the following workshops

  • Success Now! lunchtime workshops

    This free service for success runs during lunchtimes from Wednesday to Friday for the first half of each semester and deal with topics such as time management, exam prep and essay writing!

    • Achieve your best at university! Attend these free workshops and develop your reading, writing, research and referencing skills.
    • Success Now! Lunchtime workshops are presented by staff from across the University.  
      View the Semester 1, 2021 Program.
  • Academic integrity program

    Academic integrity is the cornerstone of university studies.

    Students are at university to learn from people who have been thinking about their subjects in great depth and, often, for a very long time.

    The University acknowledges that expertise through the use of scholarly sources and citations. This is in many ways the most unfamiliar aspect of life at university and the Academic Integrity Program is designed to apprise students of the appropriate conventions.

    Notre Dame is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship and research. Fundamental to this commitment is the upholding of academic integrity which is underpinned by the values of honesty, fairness, respect and responsibility. The University has implemented a range of strategies to support and enhance student academic integrity.

    Academic Integrity Basics, Part 1 of AIM, introduces students to the basics of ethical scholarship and the expectations of correct academic conduct at Notre Dame:

    • 1.1 Understanding academic integrity
    • 1.2 Practise ethical scholarship
    • 1.3 Respect intellectual property

    In addition to the Policy: Student Academic Integrity, there is the Code of Conduct for Students, Unit Outlines, Marking Guides (for example, rubrics), Text-Matching Software, Library Services, the Academic Enabling and Support Centre, and this Academic Integrity Module (AIM).

    If you are identified as having an inadequate understanding of academic integrity (through breaches of academic integrity in your assignments) you might be referred to the Notre Dame Study Centre to complete the self-paced Academic Integrity Workbook. This takes approximately eight hours.


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Visit us: ND44 - 28 Mouat St
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Call us: 08 9433 0950