Study at Tabor –
Whether you need help with writing an assignment, accessing resources online, or juggling study with work and life, Tabor has the people and systems in place to see you through. If you’re struggling with an aspect of study, don’t hesitate to reach out us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Student Academic Tool Kit or Digital Help Centre online. Our friendly support staff will point you in the right direction to give you the help you need! See our Academic Support Flow Chart here.
You can expect to be invited into a safe and welcoming space to connect and discuss personal well being and all things study related. Caitlyn can help you with a range of things including but not limited to: study/ work/ life balance, personal mental health , motivation, pastoral care, SASH enquirers and point you in the right direction for anything else. Contact Caitlyn Gent (StudentSupport@adelaide.tabor.edu.au)
Access and Inclusion
Tabor is committed to a safe, respectful and inclusive culture in which all students and staff are valued. We understand how your study may be impacted by personal circumstances, physical disability, mental health or medical conditions, and we strive to ensure that no one is unfairly disadvantaged. Our dedicated Student Success and Wellbeing officers are trained to work with students of all needs and abilities to provide a fair and supportive pathway to success. For further information call (08) 8373 8777.
Students on campus and those studying online can access personal counselling (face-to-face or via zoom) at significantly reduced rates via our Life Design Counselling Centres. For further information about Life Design counsellors, fees, to book a counselling session or any other queries visit http://life-design.com.au or call (08) 8373 8707 during office hours.
Telephone: (08) 8373 8777
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Tabor Early Entry (TEE)
Tabor Early Entry (TEE) is a tertiary entry pathway option for students in Year 11, 12 or 13 who already know they want to change the world and don’t want to wait for an ATAR to secure their place
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