Peer Academic Mentoring
Our Peer Academic Mentors can help you with:
- Academic skills (reading, writing, planning, maths, stats and time management)
- Faculty or course-specific skills and questions
- Navigating Blackboard and OASIS
- Software (Microsoft Office, SPSS).
You can choose a mentor who is studying within the same faculty as you, or find an appropriate mentor below by viewing the specific support they offer.
Curtin students across all faculties and campuses (including OUA) can access one-to-one academic support, either in‑person or online.
Face-to-face sessions are conducted on level 3 of Library 201 – ask at the Help Desk and our friendly Library staff will direct you where to go, or find it on the map.
Online sessions are conducted via BlackBoard Collaborate.
Our Peer Academic Mentors* are available at various times during study week. The best way to view their availability is by checking our booking calendar.
*Please note that you may see any available mentor, and do not have to select someone within your faculty. Check out the “Meet your Mentors” section at the bottom of this page for detailed information about how each of our mentors can assist you.
Meet your mentors!
Got a question?
Contact the Peer Academic Mentoring team for queries and feedback at PAM@curtin.edu.au. We are available Monday to Friday during business hours.