Could you use a little help along your path to success?


Study Support

Do you need help with study and assignments?

UniSA provides a range of online resources and learning support services, all aimed at helping you succeed in your studies.


Personal Counselling

Do you need help managing a personal issue that affects your studies?

As a UniSA student, you can access free and confidential face to face counselling at Centacare located at 28 Head Street, Whyalla.

To phone for an appointment, please call (08) 8645 8233. Please be ready to provide your student ID number to the counselling service.

If you have experienced sexual violence, you can also call 1800 737 732. Other support contacts are available here.


Disability Service

Does your disability, mental health or medical condition impact on your studies?

Meet online with a Disability Adviser who can help you develop a Disability Action Plan so you can perform at your best.

Visit the Disability Hub for more info or to make an appointment with a Disability Adviser, contact Campus Central.


Wirringka Student Services

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studentshave access to a range of tailored services, including tutorial assistance, scholarships and access to an Aboriginal Student Engagement Officer.

Whyalla has an Aboriginal Student Engagement & Community Officer based on campus. Please visit Campus Central on campus to make an appointment.

Visit Wirringka Student Services to find out more.


Career Services

Are you preparing your pathway to a professional career?

A Career Adviser can help you plan your career, get yourself ready for the workplace and find a job.

Check the Career Services Portal regularly for a full list of current placement, internship and job opportunities.

You can make an appointment to speak with one of our Career Advisers on the phone or online through Campus Central on campus.

A Career Adviser will also visit your campus during the year, so look out for announcements in the quarterly Regional Student E-Zine.


Stay Connected

Keep an eye out for news, events, activities and services available to Whyalla students in the quarterly Regional Student E-Zine.

Whyalla's USASA Representative and Student Experience Ambassador run student-led activities on campus. UniSA's student organisation USASA organises heaps of fun activities on campus. Get in touch with your USASA rep and get involved!

Keep connected with UniSA:


Computer Pools

The Whyalla Campus has two computer pool rooms MB2-61 and MB2-62. For bookings contact Whyalla Assist:

Phone: +61 8 8647 8111 or extension 28111

Email: whyallaassist@unisa.edu.au


Need further assistance?

Contact Campus Central

Your one-stop-shop for student services. UniSA general enquiries: 1300 301 703.