Student support and wellbeing

At Torrens University Australia, we take your needs seriously. Whether you require academic guidance or social support, we’re here to help from enrolment right through to graduation.

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Success Coaches

Studying with us means you’ll have access to our Success Coaches to help you achieve your goals. Each coach is a qualified industry professional, who’ll give you the edge throughout your studies and as you embark on your chosen career.

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We are committed to providing healthy learning and work environments for all. To do this, we bring staff and students together to take part in various initiatives that support the health and wellbeing of our community.

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Diversity and inclusion

Inclusive and socially aware, we support the needs of staff and students and ensure they have equal opportunity for success. We promote a culture that both welcomes and embraces diversity, whether it be on campus or online.

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Student organisations

Our Student Representative Council (SRC) is committed to improving student life on and off campus. Advocating for the interests of their peers, the SRC promotes the academic and social wellbeing of the entire student body.

Why study with us?

As the country’s fastest-growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a fresh approach to higher education. With employability at the centre of everything we do, we offer industry-relevant courses taught by leading experts. Our flexible study options, personalised approach and partnership placements will help you find a career you love.

Are you feeling unsafe, overwhelmed or in distress and need to speak to someone right now?

Our Wellbeing Support Line is available 24hrs a day, all year round. Call or text to talk to a mental health professional who can offer immediate support.

Phone: 1300 093 800
Text: 0485 829 959

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Torrens University has a great student support network, guiding you all the way through your studies. I’m so glad I made the decision to pursue an MBA.
Craig Robinson
Graduate, MBA Sports Management

Student experience team

We can help you with your questions about anything to do with your studies and campus experience. 

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Rochelle Morris
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Advisor
A Gumbaynggirr woman from the North Coast of NSW, Rochelle is passionate about promoting Indigenous cultural perspectives at Torrens University Australia. Holding a bachelor degree in Adult Education, she is experienced in both higher education and public service..
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Meng Lim
Disability Liaison Advisor 
Meng provides personal support to students with disabilities by designing adjustments and modifications to their studies and coursework. She helps students achieve academic success and advises staff on best practices to accommodate accessible learning and engagement. 
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Melissa Desmarchelier
Lead Counsellor, Hospitality, Tourism, Events and Culinary Management

Leading the Torrens University Counselling Team, Melissa offers on-campus and online support to students. Making the mental health and wellbeing of others her priority, Melissa is determined to ensure students thrive during their journey at university.

Julie Pope | International Student Advisor
Julie Pope
International Student Advisor 
Julie helps international students to transition smoothly into university life. Whether it’s advice about visa requirements or general information about studying and living in Australia, she equips students with the knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in their new study and home life. 

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