The Aboriginal Tutoring Program (ATP) offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, free of cost, access to tutors in metropolitan and regional locations with skills and experience in a wide range of study areas. Tuition includes all areas of study such as academic writing, referencing skills, research skills, guidance on assignments and support to develop independent study skills. Tutors are available to help with study and workload demands and to provide support and encouragement to assist with succeeding at university.
Any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student enrolled in a UniSA College program, or undergraduate and postgraduate degree is eligible to apply.
Would you like to join our program? You can register your interest by submitting an online request and we will contact you to answer any questions you may have about our program and the application process or you can complete the appropriate application and we will be in touch to advise you of its progress.
How to apply for tutoring support? If you are a prospective or current student you may wish to know more please feel free to complete the Student Request or alternatively if you are currently enrolled in a course you can complete the electronic Student Application form and your campus based Aboriginal Student Engagement Officer will contact you.
Submit an online ATP Student Request
If you're interested in tutoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caroline Legoe-Man is one of our most experienced tutors with her academic background in both media studies and social sciences. One of her students is Kylie Watkins, who has commenced her second year in a Bachelor of Media Arts. From the beginning Kylie was apprehensive about the course and her abilities.
“Having Caroline to help, especially with understanding the technical aspects, has made a huge difference to my studies.”
For Caroline, “It has been really fulfilling for me to see how students have embraced the ATP and have made huge advances in all aspects of their study – in both character traits that make a good student, and their study outcomes”.