Students of all abilities can feel confident in the knowledge they will be fully supported to achieve their study goals at Lyons College, no matter what challenges they face along the way.
If you are experiencing language difficulties, are behind in your studies, at risk of failing or simply wish to improve your social skills, we have all-inclusive Student Academic Support Service programs targeted especially to help you
The College offers academic language support services exclusively for international students to address any academic issues that may arise amongst student for whom English is not a first language. Support services include:
Lyons College offers additional academic support services designed to assist domestic and international students achieve their maximum academic potential. These services aim to strengthen student skills and include:
Lyons College will provide academic support for students with a learning difficulty or a disability. These additional support services may include: referrals to external resources, progress intervention for at-risk students, and academic support through the relevant academic staff.
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Lyons College considers a student’s welfare as their physical, emotional, mental, intellectual, cultural and social wellbeing. Lyons College has a duty of care to ensure the welfare of all students and to ensure that they are safe and secure while on campus. Lyons College also provides support and advice to enable students to maintain their welfare, safety, wellbeing and security when they are not on campus.
|Crisis intervention services
|Issues associated with accommodation
|Assistance finding visa-allowable part-time employment;
|Advice regarding government agencies where visa issues may be resolved
Students who require any welfare all wellbeing services should contact the student administration staff or see details below. They can facilitate the appropriate welfare and wellbeing services or refer the student to the correct staff member to deal with the issues.
The first thing to know is that if you are in immediate danger you need to call emergency services right away.
The number is 000.
You might not be in immediate danger but still feeling sad, scared, or unsafe. If so, you are not alone, and there are lots of services that you can call. You can watch a short video called Emergency Services 000 to learn more about services in Australia that can help you.
These services are available to call anytime, day or night (24/7):
These services are open 7 days a week between certain hours:
These services operate Monday to Friday:
If you have legal problems, there are services that can help you understand your rights and get advice:
Remember, you are not alone. There are student groups and organisations that can help you feel connected and supported.
Counselling Services Provided just for you by Lyons College.
If you are not in immediate danger but still finding things hard, feeling sad, or scared, Lyons College offers free counselling sessions through the Australian Counselling Service. As a Lyons College student, you can book your online session by visiting this link, or calling 1300 374 03. Learn more about these free counselling sessions provided by the Australian Counselling Service (ACS) by clicking here.
There are many reasons why someone might want to speak to a counsellor. For example, if you are experiencing:
If you are facing difficulties with assessments or need help preparing them, you can also speak with your academic support officer on campus. Your student service officer can guide you on how to get in touch with them.
Remember, we care about you and want you to be safe and supported during your time in Australia. Together, we can overcome tough times.
For further inquiries about the type of support on offer, call Lyon, please contact +613 8648 6610 or email email@example.com
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