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Advice and Advocacy

Advice and Advocacy

Your voice on campus

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is elected by students for students, with the SRC President holding a position on the Learning and Teaching Committee. As well as organising loads of fun activities, the SRC also represents students views on academic issues to the College. This not only gives students the forum to voice their views, but also gives the College valuable feedback from the people who matter most – our students.

Academic advice and support

Our Student Success Centre (SSC) has Academic Learning Advisors who will help you to develop your academic skills and prepare you for the cultural change to tertiary student life. Click here to book an appointment.

Wellness advice

The ICMS Student Wellness team is committed to offering proactive and compassionate support for the mental health and overall well-being of the student community. Their dedication lies in establishing a safe, inclusive, and nurturing environment where every student can thrive and feel valued. The team’s mission is to empower students to excel academically, emotionally, and socially by providing unwavering support, fostering inclusion, and continuously improving our practices to create a harmonious and thriving educational community. If students ever feel overwhelmed or encounter personal challenges, reaching out to a member of the Wellness team ensures they receive the support they need.

Legal advice

If you need legal advice and legal aid please consult a legal professional. Speak to the Student Success Centre who can direct you to an external  legal professional.

On campus residential advice

The Residential Experience Team is committed to ensuring that residents feel right at home at ICMS. Each term the team organises a diverse range of events and activities to promote community building.

Under 18s support

ICMS acknowledges its responsibilities to ensure that appropriate arrangements are in place for students under the age of 18. We aim to ensure that students under 18 receive the appropriate accommodation, support and general welfare while studying in Australia. Learn more by reading the Under 18s webpage on this website.

Please check the Australian government home affairs website for more information.