Tips for 'first in family' students

Are you the first in your family who is going to university? Isn’t it amazing? Yet, do you think it is going to be challenging at the same time?  ...by Anita Dewi

Yes, it is amazing. You are the awesome pioneer in the family! If at the same time you also feel a bit anxious about what to expect in this new environment called “the university”, don’t worry! If others can do it, you can too.

The Library provides a wide range of resources and services that will guide you through your university journey. To start with, here are some tips from your very own learning skills adviser on how to get ready with university life as a first in family student at Monash.




Quick hints for creating new study patterns and developing a study strategy will help you to start off on the right track.

There is also a mentoring program that you may find helpful for support in your discipline.

While it is certainly not true that university life is without stress, the level of stress can be managed. It helps to know where to go for support.
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