We are dedicated to providing you with the support you need to achieve in your studies with a range of academic and study support services for students, including

These sessions and services are designed to support you in developing your study learning techniques, communication skills and working within groups.

Are you a current student and want to assist others? Find out how to become a student facilitator.

Business and Economics Student Services (BESS)

BESS is a drop-in centre that offers advice and information on administrative processes and programs.

At BESS you can:

  • collect your assessments and tests
  • submit an assessment
  • talk to a Program Adviser (appointments needed). Their role is to advise and assist students by discussing a student's degree progression and eligibility for graduation, or answering specific queries about University's processes such as internal course transfer, exchange and eCOE applications
  • talk to a Student Adviser (no appointments needed), their role is to help fellow students by acting as first point of contact for general enquiries, explaining administrative processes, and identifying the right person to see for more help and information.
  • find out about upcoming events or important information by reading the notices placed inside and outside BESS.

Contact us

E4B 106
T: (02) 9850 1050
E: Ask a question
Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm (9am - 7pm during weeks 1 and 2 of session)

Academic or program advice

If you have questions related to your program or about unit content,  lodge your queries at AskMQ or contact Student Connect:

Level 2, MUSE (Building C7A)
T: (02) 9850 6410

See our academic advisers page for faculty academic advice contacts.

Other support

Orientation and mentoring

Macquarie's mentoring program connects you with a peer mentor from your own area of study who can give you the guidance and support you need to understand uni life and study at Macquarie.

Career and employment

Get individual career advice through the Career and employment service as well as assistance with applying for casual or full-time work. The career hub also provides job opportunities on and off campus.

Health and wellbeing

For counselling, disability and student advocacy services please contact Student Wellbeing:

C8A Lincoln Building Level 2
T: (02) 9850 7497

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