Ngarara Willim tutoring program
The Ngarara Willim Tutoring Program is a specialised tutorial program funded by the Commonwealth Government to improve the education of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The Ngarara Willim Tutoring Program may appeal to students who are doing well in their programs and would like to keep ahead, or for those who feel they need additional tutoring. Students in their first year of tertiary study are especially encouraged to use the program, although it is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at any level. Ngarara Willim Tutoring offers students free tutoring in enrolled courses.
Students can apply for:
- two hours per course (subject) per week (maximum) of tutoring
- an additional five hours of tutoring for exam preparation.
Tutoring sessions are tailored to your needs and can be individual or in a group of students studying the same program. If you have any questions, please contact the Coordinator, Indigenous Student Support at the Ngarara Willim.
Other academic assistance
Student Learning Adviser Mentors (SLAMs)
Student Learning Adviser Mentors (SLAMs) is a volunteer, academic mentoring program where high achieving students from your course support your learning. Find out more about SLAMs.
Study and Learning Centre
The Study and Learning Centre provides free study and learning advice for all RMIT students, including a Drop In Centre. Find out more about the Study and Learning Centre.
RMIT Learning Lab gives you access to a wide range of online resources to help you improve your general academic study, writing and maths, statistics, physics and chemistry skills. Find out more about the Learning Lab.
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
PASS is a casual student-led supplement to lectures and tutorials. It’s run by trained students (PASS facilitators) who have already been successful in specific courses. Find out more at about PASS.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mentoring Program
This mentoring program at RMIT provides an opportunity to access general and/or cultural career guidance. Mentors and student mentees meet for a minimum of one hour every four weeks during the 12 week program. Find out more about the mentoring program.