Study Support

If you need support the first person to ask is your course advisor. They have resources available to help and know who to ask for further assistance, and give you advice about your studies, what you should enrol in and career possibilities.

The responsibility of support in accredited training or academic matters is either the support services of Melbourne School of Theology or the support services of Eastern College Australia.

Study Support
Study Support

Emergency Services

In case of emergency while on campus please contact a member of staff who will help. In case of emergency evacuation please follow all directions given by staff.

The emergency services phone number is: 000 (or 0000 when dealing from a residential landline phone).

First Aid

A number of staff are trained in emergency First Aid and/or Mental Health First Aid, First Aid kits are on the premises.

Health Services

In order to access health services talk to the campus nurse who will be able to help you directly or refer you on.

Worldview chooses to use Newstead Medical

165 Elphin Road,
Newstead, Tasmania, 7250
Phone: (03) 6331 1088.

Here to help
Here to help

Welfare and Counselling Services

Your course advisor is the first person you should contact if you need support. Other people you may contact are the Chaplain, the Campus Nurse, or the Registrar. Where welfare issues arise the Nurse or Chaplain will connect you with the relevant services and contact the relevant college staff.

For mental aid emergencies contact Lifeline: 13 11 14 (phone).

Legal Advice

Worldview does not provide legal advice to students. Free legal advice may be obtained from: Tasmania Legal Aid.


Advocacy is rarely needed at Worldview but when required may be found through the Chaplain or by including a third-party. This third-party may be a family member, friend, or someone else you think will help you in this situation.