Your student office can help with course-related questions and concerns, like enrolment, study plans and extra-curricular experiences, plus help with other matters around special consideration, credit transfer, approved leave, academic progression and graduation eligibility.

Find your student office

UWA has 5 Libraries, with various opening hours that may extend during exam times: Reid Library (Crawley campus); Barry J Marshall Library (Crawley campus); Beasley Law Library (Law School, Crawley campus); J. Robin Warren Library (UWA Health campus); Education, Fine Arts & Architecture (EDFAA) Library (Nedlands campus)

The Libraries maintain a huge range of academic services and resources, including booking study spaces, PCs for student use, printing and IT support, referencing, and more.

UWA Libraries

Find out more about the School you are enrolled in, including news and updates, upcoming events, courses and contact information!

Visit the Schools website

Live, online sessions are available for some units when face-to-face sessions, such as tutorials and seminars, are not able to be conducted. Check out the learning programs and resources to support your online learning.

Learning online

studySmarter provides free academic skills development programs and workshops to help with study technique, time management, research skills, and writing, English and maths skills.

Book a one-on-one online consultation with academic skills advisers, register for academic skills workshops or get on-the-spot advice during drop-in periods all semester.

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Learn more about the free wi-fi available across campus.


If you’re dissatisfied with any part of your uni experience (academic or otherwise), you have the right to lodge a complaint.

Find out more about complaints

If you receive a result you want to have reviewed, or you want to lodge an appeal, Student Assist can help you through the process, and advocate on your behalf.

Find out more about reviews & appeals

Received an allegation of academic misconduct? Don’t panic! Student Assist can help, and advocate on your behalf if needed.

Get help with an academic misconduct

Education Council consists of representatives from all Faculty Societies (FacSocs), Guild Departments and an elected Education Council Committee, providing a forum to address issues affecting students across campus, and off campus, at both a local and a national level.

Find out more

Contact: [email protected]

The Faculty Societies sit on the Education Council a represent different areas of study at UWA.

Find your Faculty Society and get involved for events, support, and to meet others in your field of study!

ALVA (Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts)
Arts Union
Blackstone Society (Law)
BPhil Union (Bachelor of Philosophy)
ECOMS (Economics & Commerce)
Health Students' Society
Music Students' Society
Science Union
SNAGS (Natural & Agricultural Sciences)
UDSS (Dentistry)
UEC (Engineering)
WAMSS (Medicine)

The Best Units Guide has been developed by the Guild as your one-stop shop for the most interesting and engaging broadening units and electives at UWA! All units featured in the guide were submitted by students who have taken the unit.

Check out the Best Units Guide