Below are some links to University resources and websites that may be of interest to you.
This video on ableism has been produced by Jessie Liu, a Monash University student.
- Special consideration - DSS process (pdf, 0.77 mb)
- Brief guide to alternative assessment (pdf, 0.91 mb)
This Moodle module provides information about how to apply for a job, career planning as well as information about paid internships specifically for students with disability or carers of a person with disability.
Need advice about your course? Find out where and how to get help.
Build up your confidence and gain essential English language skills through peer supported programs. They also offer English grammar one on one drop in sessions.
Providing free counselling sessions, mindfulness programs, medical services and more.
Jobs and careers – Career Connect
A trusted destination for career, leadership, and volunteer opportunities specific to your education and professional goals.
These drop-in sessions are open to all students to assist with information research for your assignments and improving your academic communication and study skills. They are hosted by a learning skills adviser or librarian.
The Australian Network on Disability has put together a checklist on how to make an event accessible.
NRC provide students living off-campus with the opportunity to enhance their student experience whilst studying at Monash. It is also a great way to meet new people.
Monash student associations provide advocacy and support independent from the University.
Find out how to launch your career with Student Futures. This is an online platform that allows you to build on your employability skills by acknowledging the transferable skills you are already acquiring whilst studying at University.
There are face to face seminars as well as online learning modules.