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University life comes with many challenges, both academic and social. We aim to help you make the most of your degree. Therefore, we offer a number of programs that aim to help your transition into the new environment. Our programs are run by students who have been in your shoes, and know just how hard it can be to get started. Read more
- In this section you will find helpful contact information, videos and the Arts Survival Guide which will make your transition into University life so much easier… Read more
- PAL is a three year sequence that is designed for undergraduate students studying for a degree or double degree through the Faculty of Arts at Caulfield and Clayton. The PAL program offers you the chance to engage with the university community, to support fellow students, develop your teamwork skills and transform… Read more
- Having a mentor/buddy as you start your university journey can be a big help. This peer mentor program will match you with a senior Arts ambassador student who will help you get settled and connected as you begin your studies. Your mentor can help you discover and become familiar with what’s where and who’s who… Read more
- The ambassador program is about developing valuable team and leadership skills. We will provide training that support that allow you to develop your confidence in leading groups and supporting fellow students. You will represent your faculty at public events such as orientation, open day and school presentations… Read more
- Leaders are recruited through a competitive process, beginning in September in each year. Students must have served as Ambassadors in order to be considered for this role, and be at the end of second-year. Their role is to undertake extended leadership training and to help the Transition Coordinator to manage … Read more