Members of RGIT Australia's Student Welfare Committee have been visiting classrooms at its campuses over the past couple of weeks reminding students of the Institute's well-established student support services.
The Student Welfare Committees consists of dedicated staff at its Melbourne and Hobart campuses to assist domestic and international students with their various issues, queries and concerns, which include but are not limited to financial difficulties, health, visa’s, lifestyle changes and homesickness. If professional services are required, such as psychological services, the student support and welfare counsellors will refer to the appropriate services. The committees are available as an on-campus dedicated teams to support students and help with their needs. Where required, the committees will refer matters to the dedicated student services department who will assist students directly through their student support and welfare counsellors.
Further information on RGIT Australia's Student Welfare support services and contact details can be found at www.rgit.edu.au/student-welfare.