Arts Survival Guide
It is full helpful information such as maps, transport information, transition programs, and who to go to for support and general advice.
Download your copy of the Arts Survival Guide at the link below.
Services available to help with your Transition
Offer a counselling service, as well as offering support in all aspects of university life affecting health and wellbeing.
Promotes access and equity for students and staff who have a disability, medical or mental health condition.
Is an orientation program for domestic and international students.
Can help you with help with study and writing skills.
The Faculty of Arts have produced a series of 15 informative videos featuring our incoming Transition Coordinator Dr Felix Nobis addressing some of the questions you may have when you first start university.
Click here to watch further video’s from this series.
Monash also provide series of Orientation vodcasts that have been developed for off-campus students, students who may have missed orientation and those wanting a recap.
The vodcasts presented by Monash students take you on a journey from receiving your offer through to exams so that you are well prepared for your first semester at Monash.
To view the Monash Orientation vodcasts visit Orientation vodcasts
A comprehensive list of terminology used within the University.
Contact details for Arts Students Services at Berwick, Caulfield, Clayton, Gippsland & off-campus, South Africa and Sunway (Malaysia).
This site provides helpful transition information not just for students but for parents and partners as well. Students topics include getting ready for uni, making connections, orientation, and preparing to study. Topics for your parent & partners include what to expect and how to help.
This site contains everything you need to know about studying for an arts degree. It includes information on course & units, assessment & results, enrolment and re-enrolment, student & learning support, student forms, overseas study, careers and further study, help and advise and links to other university sites such as the library, my monash and lectures online.
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PAL (Peers Ambassadors Leaders) Program
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Below are recent publications by staff, individual staff profiles provide more details.
(research introduction here)
(postgraduate introduction here)
(honours introduction here)
(people introduction here)
Undergraduate Studies Introduction
The Criminology program provides students with an understanding of crime and criminal justice at the local, national and international level.