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Office of Indigenous Student Services – Tutorial Support

The Office of Indigenous Student Services (OISS) – Tutorial Support (TS) program (previously known as Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme) provides supplementary funding for tuition to support eligible Indigenous students.

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Forms for studentsRegistering as a TS tutor

To register as a tutor with the CDU TS Program, please submit the following documents in the below checklist table to the TS email at ts@cdu.edu.au. Alternatively you can hand-deliver them to the Indigenous Grants Team in ACIKE Building Blue 2.1.21.

Tutor Registration Checklist

  1. CDU OISS – TS Tutor Registration Form (PDF 104.5KB);
  2. Certified copy of valid ID* (e.g. driver’s licence or passport);
  3. Certified copy of qualification* (i.e. certificate/ transcript of  your degree and/or other qualifications); and
  4. Current CV

Download the checklist here (PDF 392.6KB)

Tutors are responsible for:

  1. Completing a work program no more than two weeks after tuition commences;
  2. Placing the work program on the student's file; and
  3. Developing work programs in consultation with the student, and according to needs identified in the educational assessment.
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The Office of Indigenous Student Services has a range of resources designed to complement our students’ learning experience. This includes the provisions of environments that are culturally, physically and intellectually safe at our campuses and major regional centres.

Contact us

E: ts@cdu.edu.au

Zhu Liang
TS - Project Assistant
T: 08 8946 6563
E: zhu.liang@cdu.edu.au

Yasmin Crawshaw
TS - Project Officer
T: 08 8946 6844
E: yasmin.crawshaw@cdu.edu.au

Jessica Procak
Indigenous Grants Assistant Manager
T: 08 8946 6422
E: jessica.procak@cdu.edu.au