With a strong focus on student support, development and success, the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (FHMS) Student Support Centre is committed to guiding you from your very first enrolment through to graduation.
The Student Support Centre's Ask Health team is available to help you with your study related enquiries.
- FHMS Student Support Centre
- Program coordinators
- Ask Adelaide
- Academic support
- Personal support
- University experiences
FHMS Student Support Centre
The Ask Health team is located in the FHMS Student Support Centre, ground floor, Helen Mayo North building, Frome Road—this location is temporarily closed. Ask Health is providing a virtual mode of student support online and via telephone, Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm to assist with:
- Program advice and study plans
- Course specific information, such as choose/changing a major
- Credit transfers
- Enrolment advice
- Leave of absence requests
- Global Learning approvals
- Discontinuation of studies
- Degree/graduation checks
- Adding courses after the deadline
- Enrolment errors (e.g. timetable clashes)
- Unit overload requests
- Academic progress advice
- Indigenous student support
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences conducts teaching and research activities across a number of locations in Adelaide, known as precincts. At each location there are precinct officers that are dedicated to student and academic support.
Ask Adelaide is your one stop shop for all general current student enquiries.
Are you a new student?
Starting university is incredibly exciting, but it can also be an overwhelming experience. Find all the information you need for a smooth start on the University’s orientation website.
Our peer mentoring program provides commencing students with an opportunity to connect with current students to gain the knowledge and skills to settle into life at university.
Sometimes, things can be a bit overwhelming or you may just need a little extra help. The University offers a range of services to help you balance your activities while maintaining your physical and mental wellbeing.
Health and wellbeing
Get involved in university life
University is not just about studying hard—it’s also a great chance to explore new interests, make friends, and venture outside your comfort zone. Making time for some extracurricular activities, like joining a student society or becoming a peer mentor, can really add value to your overall 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. Some you might want to check out include:
- Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Association
- Adelaide Medical Students’ Society
- Adelaide Nursing Students’ Society
- Adelaide University Dental Students Society
- Adelaide University Rural Health Alliance
- Health Sciences Postgraduate Association
- Psychology Students Association
Adelaide University Sport
The Adelaide University Sport association exists to provide and promote the best possible sport and recreation environment for the University.