Need some study help? Ask the Study Help PALS!

Study Help PALS are current UniSA students who provide friendly, informal study support at 'drop-in' sessions on each campus during Study Period 2 and 5. Working closely with the Learning Advisors, Study Help PALS are trained to support you!

Study Help PALS can assist you with:

  • Referencing
  • Academic and assignment writing
  • Study skills

Check out the schedule



In March 2019 the Study Help PALS took over the University of South Australia Instagram to answer your questions in the lead up to SP2 Census Date and assessment deadlines. Check out the 'SHP Q&A' highlight on the account to see the answers we posted.


Want to help other students? Become a Study Help PAL!

Study Help PALS provide friendly ‘drop-in’ study support to other students on campus. Working closely with the Learning Advisor team, Study Help PALS also connect students to appropriate resources and other learning support services.

Volunteering as a Study Help PAL is recognised under the Leadership and Enterprise pillar of UniSA+. Being a Study Help PAL will allow you to further develop your communication skills and ability to work with a diverse range of students. Not to mention, you’ll receive a free t-shirt and a certificate!


  • Completion of an online training module and a face-to-face training session
  • Two hours commitment per week in ‘drop-in’ sessions
  • Ongoing supervision and feedback
  • You must hold a current DHS clearance (we can assist you to obtain one if needed – these are now free).

Application Criteria:

  • Must be a current UniSA student
  • Completed a full study period at UniSA and have a good GPA
  • Hold an understanding of the challenges of academic study
  • Be able to demonstrate good communication skills and empathy

Apply now to become a Study Help PAL in SP5 2019

Applications close 9am Monday 27 May. For more information, contact Kirstin Marks, Manager: Learning Advisers


Need some help?

Talk to a Learning Adviser

If you haven't found the study support you need here, make an appointment to chat to a Learning Adviser by contacting Campus Central or book online.