The world class facilities at Coffs Harbour Education Campus provide for students with disabilities, international students and indigenous students. Facilities and services include:
Counselling and Support Services
The Counselling and Support Services Unit is located on Level 1, Block F, above the Cafeteria. Unit staff offer a range of support services including assistance with personal issues, careers and course information, educational issues, chaplaincy, and disability support.
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Technology Services Coffs Harbour provides technology support services to each sector at the Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC). This includes all students as well as professional and academic staff of North Coast TAFE, Coffs Harbour Senior College and Southern Cross University.
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The Coffs Harbour Innovation Centre provides office accommodation and business development services for early stage businesses (which can be existing small businesses or a home-based business wanting to become fully commercialized.
More information about the Innovation Centre
Information about the services and facilities available at the CHEC library is available from the following individual partner sites:
Senior College: www.seniorcollege.com.au/campus-facilities/chec-library/
North Coast TAFE: www.northcoasttafe.edu.au/current-students/library-information-services.aspx
Southern Cross University: www.scu.edu.au/library/
Multi Purpose Centre
All TAFE and SCU students enrolled at the Campus have access to the Multi Purpose Centre for unsupervised leisure time if the facility has not been scheduled for classes or other events.
DET 'Duty of Care' policy does not allow for Senior College students to have unsupervised access to the gymnasium. For clarification, students should see the Assistant Director, Secondary School Studies.
A key to the Multi Purpose Centre is available from the SCU Student Association on the lower ground floor of Block F. No bookings are to be made for external bodies under the guise of student activities. If you have booked the Multi Purpose Centre key out, do not pass it to others, as you are responsible.
On-campus accommodation for students at Southern Cross University, as well as those of TAFE NSW - North Coast Institute, is provided in the modern Residential College.
More information about the Residential College
Student Learning Centre
The Student Learning Centre (SLC) is a specialist, supported teaching/learning area individual and group spaces, and a large open area. equipped with computers, scanners, printers, etc, it is ideal for group work or for quiet individual work.
More information about the Student Learning Centre