Student Services, Fremantle Campus
Student Services provides a number of programs to help you get the most out of your time at the University:
- Make the adjustment to university a smoother process
- Enhance your social interaction by connecting you with other students and staff
- Increase your familiarity with Notre Dame and give you a richer understanding of the structures and workings of the University
- Get a head start navigating the campus
- Become familiar with services available to you
- Have your questions answered
- Share your experiences of uni transition to benefit future first year transition programs
* Please note: If you would like to be a part of the Mentoring Program as a Mentor, new Mentors are recruited at the end of each year and are required to have completed their first year of study. You will receive further information in an all student email in November. Any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
International, Interstate & Regional Students
The Student Support Officer develops and implements programs which assist international, interstate and rural WA students with integration into university life, and transition into university study.
Some of the services include:
- Mentor program
- Student trips
- Off-campus accommodation support
- Multicultural day celebrations
- Orientation week program
For more information on how to get involved, please contact the Student Support Officer, located in Students Services (ND7).
Phone: (08) 9433 0550
Elite Athlete Program
- Australian Institute of Sport
- State Institutes or Academies of Sport (e.g. WAIS or NSWIS)
- AFL Players’ Association
- Australian Cricketers’ Association
- Rugby Union Players’ Association
- Rugby League Professionals’ Association
- Australian Professional Footballers’ Association
- National squad members from Australian Sports Commission recognised sports
- Senior/head coaches from state and territory institutes/academies of sport, national teams from Australian Sports Commission recognised sports or participating professional sports
Mature age students
Returning to study after a long absence, or enrolling for the first time as a mature adult, can be a daunting experience that often involves great sacrifice.
Mature-age students are more likely than school leavers to be juggling responsibilities outside of university, such as employment, caring for children, and managing their household. They may also feel more socially isolated on campus than a school leaver might.
For these purposes, we have a mature-age social network on campus to help mature age students meet one another, exchange ideas, experiences and give support. All mature age students, are welcome.
Money Matters for Uni Students
Notre Dame Scholarships
Notre Dame offers a range of scholarship programs for students. While the selection criteria vary for each scholarship, community involvement and leadership roles, as well as academic performance and financial hardship, are considered as part of the application process.
For any queries related to Fremantle and Broome scholarships, contact Stefania Demurtas, Development Manager by phone on (08) 9433 0692 or via email email@example.com
Eligible Australians who are studying can access different payments from Centrelink to help with their everyday cost of living and some study expenses.
Examples of different payments:
Tips from MoneySmart
The MoneySmart website is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to help people make the most of their money. Since July 2008, ASIC has been the government agency with overall responsibility for financial literacy. The MoneySmart website is one of the key initiatives in the National Financial Capability Strategy.
Emergency Relief Assistance
ERConnect is a directory of emergency relief service providers managed by the DropIN team at the Western Australian Council of Social Service. It is a free directory for service providers, and people looking for assistance. It contains real time search results of emergency relief services, with phone numbers, operating hours, and directions on the services available.
You can search for food relief, financial counsellors, and emergency accommodation, among other services, and get a list of services that can provide assistance in the location that is convenient.
Assistance from Notre Dame Student Association
- The Assist Grant is available to students who are struggling with unavoidable and unforeseen expenses. The grant must be used to support education costs of students whilst studying for example:
- Required text books;
- Laptop, tablet or computer (including repairs to such items);
- Emergency reasonable accommodation costs;
- Basic urgent living expenses, including food;
- Some transport related expenses to off campus study activities (i.e. practical placements);
- Unexpected medical expenses (i.e. prescriptions); and
- Unexpected childcare costs.
Contact the Fremantle Campus, Assist Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org
- NDSA Assist Policy and Application Form
- Savvy Saving tips from the Fremantle Student Association
If you are needing emergency housing, contact the Student Support Officer Kelly Daniels (E: Kelly.email@example.com; tel: 9433 0550) who will assist and explore your options.
See: attached PDF for list of emergency accommodation in Perth.
Visit us: ND7 on Mouat St, opposite the Malloy Courtyard, in front of St Teresa's Library
Call us: (08) 9433 0658
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org