Missed your exam or assignment? You may be eligible for Special Consideration

Sometimes, life gets in the way of study due to reasons beyond our control. If you missed an assessment due to serious illness, an accident or other unexpected circumstances you may be able to apply for Special Consideration. Circumstances Before applying for Special Consideration, you should first check your eligibility. If eligible, you will be…

La Trobe University Medical Centre Bundoora

Located on the corner of Plenty Road and Kingsbury Drive, Bundoora, the Medical Centre provides a range of medical services for students. In particular, the GP Clinic provides bulk billing for all La Trobe University students and staff. International students with Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) card may also access these services at no additional cost.…

University holidays during Easter

La Trobe University (all campuses) will be closed on Friday 19 April and re-open on Wednesday 24 April. These public holidays are in recognition of the Easter holiday. We wish you Happy Easter and a safe semester vacation. You are welcome to collect Easter chocolate eggs from La Trobe International office, on level 3 of Sylvia…

Be Aware of the UNI– Safe Escort Service

If you feel concerned about your safety when it is dark, Security staff can escort you after hours to your car, on-campus accommodation, bus or tram stop. Request the UNI-Safe Chaperone by calling 03 9479 2222 for Melbourne (Bundoora) and Albury-Wodonga campuses. In Bendigo, Uni-safe escorts can be requested by calling 03 5444 7999. If…

Study support available at The Learning Hub

The Learning Hub offers face-to-face and online study support on every campus, helping you to develop and extend academic writing, English, library research and study skills.   The Learning Hub’s face-to-face service brings together Peer Learning Advisors (PLAs), Student Learning Lecturers, Academic English Advisors and Librarians and operates alongside the Maths and Science Hubs, to…

Academic skills support

Studying at university means learning new skills – like how to research for an assignment or work with a bunch of people you’ve never met before. That’s where our Peer Learning Advisers step in. They are friendly, high performing students who are trained to help you with your study and assignments. Find how and where to find…