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- Office of the Director
- Careers, Co-Curricular and Community Engagement
- Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Financial Advisory Services
- Guild Administrative Office
- Student Accommodation On and Off Campus
- Student Activities / Facilities and Commuting Students
- Student Life and Development
- CONTACT US
WHO CAN ACCESS THE SERVICES?
ANY student can access the services through self-referral or referrals by Faculty, Department, friend, family, etc. SLDD caters to the needs of Full-Time, Part-Time, Evening University, Postgraduate, Mature, External, international, regional and Undergraduate students in addition to Student Athletes and students with Special Needs (Disabilities).
We provide support for all students in areas such as:
GENERAL ACADEMIC SUPPORT - ALL STUDENTS
- Study skills
- Peer tutoring
- Educational assessment
- Time management
- Examination strategies
- Workload management
- Referrals to Counselling
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT
- Assistance with Immigration matters
- Peer pairing
- Liaising with faculties and departments regarding immigration matters
- Academic and general student support.
DISABILITY SUPPORT/SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS SUPPORT
- Provision of aids and devices, such as laptops, digital voice recorders, special software (JAWS), wheelchairs, walking canes and crutches.
- Special accommodations for examinations
- Classroom accommodations
- Liaison with faculties, departments, deans, heads of departments, and lecturers
- Special parking accommodations
- Student Support Group
- Assistive Technology Lab at the Alma Jordan Library.
POSTGRADUATE AND MATURE STUDENT SUPPORT
- Financial assistance through the peer tutoring programme and examination invigilation.
- Referrals geared towards graduate employment.
- Liaising with faculties and departments regarding postgraduate and mature student matters.