The Faculty of Sciences offer services and support for students that complement the wide range of university services that are also available.
Use these tools to plan your timetable and find out what courses you need to study in your degree.
Request enrolment help or find resources on how to design your schedule.
Let us help you prepare for your first year studying science.
Search and apply for scholarships: find a financial incentive to study science.
Give your CV a boost: support first-year students and inspire others to study science.
Travel, develop global networks and broaden your real-world and cultural experiences as part of your program.
While there are many support services available to students, knowing where to start and who to ask can be difficult. Have a look at the options for first point of contact and what they can do for you.
The Faculty of Sciences office is the place to go for most questions relating to your study. Our friendly and experienced team are here to help! We’re available between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday and can assist you with:
- Program advice
- Enrolment queries
- Submission of forms
- Audit / Non-award study
- Program transfers
- Study abroad queries
Student advisors are also available to have a confidential one on one conversation with you about issues or problems relating to your study. To make an appointment with a student advisor, contact us now.
Other people to talk with
School offices are a great starting point for questions relating to assignments, catch up practicals or specific question relating to a course.
Services that school offices provide include:
- Course specific information
- Advice on catching up on practicals/in class test
- Submission of assignments
- Postgraduate and research study enquiries
- Information on specific scholarships and volunteering
- Payments for field trips
The Faculty of Sciences is made up of four schools. You may be taking courses from more than one school at any given time.
If you have a query about a discipline area or would like to discuss academic pathways and careers, you can talk to your program coordinator or contact the relevant academic advisor.
Need help or information about a specific course? Contact the appropriate course coordinator.
The academic support we offer comes in many different forms, such as drop-in centres, workshops and online resources. The range of academic support on offer caters for the varying needs of individuals and we encourage you to access multiple services.
Sometimes, things can be a bit overwhelming or you may just need a little extra help when you arrive. The University offers a range of services to help you balance your activities while maintaining your physical and mental well-being.
For many students, study is only one part of their life; there’s also part-time work, family commitments, and trying to maintain a social life.
University is not just about studying. It’s also a great chance to explore new interests and make friends. These extra-curricula activities can really add value to your university experience.
Adelaide University Union
The Adelaide University Union (AUU) is an organisation run by students for students, and provides for almost every aspect of your life on campus.
Clubs and student societies
Joining a club is the best way to meet people, share your interests and make friends on campus. Our faculty is home to a number of vibrant clubs and student societies including The Science Network and the Adelaide University Sciences Association.
Adelaide University Sport
Adelaide University Sport provides and promotes the best possible sport and recreation environment for the University.