CIT Student Support
At CIT, staff in CIT Student Support can provide you with guidance, referral and support through services such as counselling, disability support, migrant support and careers advice. While CIT Student Support has dedicated locations at four CIT sites, we assist students studying at all CIT locations. Phone or online support is available as an option.
Services are free, and confidential within the CIT Student Support team, which means information may be shared within the team to ensure you are provided with the best possible service.
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Office hours: Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 4pm.
Main office locations: CIT Reid, Block A, Level 1, Room A110a (above Café Yala) and CIT Bruce Block H, Level 1, Room H136 (above Café Yala). Other CIT sites are by appointment only.
Appointment types: Phone, online video call (Teams Telehealth) or face to face.
Appointment bookings: Phone us on (02) 6207 3290 or complete the enquiry form and you will be contacted within two business days.
All personal information collected by CIT is managed in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2014 (ACT). CIT will not disclose your personal information to any third party, including your parent/guardian, without your consent, unless there is a legislative requirement to do so.
Please note that enquiries about fee payments, enrolments and course information are answered by CIT Student Services general enquiries via online chat, email email@example.com or phone (02) 6207 3188.
Relevant documents and useful links
- ACT Mental Health Consumer Network
- Australian Human Rights Commission
- Black Dog Institute
- Choosing your path Disclosure: It's a personal decision
- Disability Discrimination Act (Commonwealth)
- Disability Standards for Education (2005)
- Discrimination Act 1991 (331Kb)
- Mental Health ACT
- Mindfulness Meditation Sessions (PDF 52Kb)
- Study Fact Sheets
- Wellbeing Factsheets
- Women's Legal Centre ACT - Free Legal Advice at CIT