Got a Question about Being an International Student?
If you need to speak to a member of the International Student Services Team, we are on campus every Monday and Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm in room 2.01. We can help with questions about your CoE, visa, study plan, leave, work rights and more. No appointment necessary – drop in.
You are also welcome to call our international office at the Bundoora campus on 9479 1199 or our after-hours helpline on 1800 758 360.
We’ve also saved lots of useful information on LMS as an international student subject called LTI_New. Make sure you self-enrol into this “subject” to access presentations, videos, and information about life as an international student at La Trobe Uni and in Australia.
Academic Support for City Campus Students
If you would like to talk about your studies with a specialised Peer Learning Advisor, you are welcome to drop in to get advice about your studies. Peer Learning Advisors are available in room 2.23A on:
- Tuesdays 3 pm to 6 pm
- Wednesdays 3 pm to 6 pm
- Thursdays 10 am to 6 pm
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Using Other Libraries in the City
As a student of La Trobe, you can register to use other libraries and borrow books. This is called the CAVAL system.
All you need to do is to take your La Trobe Student ID card to the library that you want to borrow from and present it to the staff there to obtain a CAVAL card. Please read about your responsibilities as a user of this service.
The participating libraries are listed here. For students using the city campus, the most local ones will be: RMIT, Melbourne University and Australian Catholic University.
Call for students to get involved in a city campus student club
Would you like to be part of making fun activities happen at City Campus? We are wanting to assist with establishing a city campus students club. Send an email to fellow student Pooja.
Would you like to visit the Bundoora campus but would prefer to travel in a group and have a tour? We would be delighted to assist. Register your details, and we’ll get back to you shortly.