Peer Academic Coaches

Our Peer Academic Coaches (PACs) are successful students who offer free and individualised 20-minute drop-in or online consultations for all Murdoch students.

Speak to a coach in-person or online

PACs are available weekdays from O-Week to the end of Week 14 each semester. See when we’re available by clicking below:

  • Library 350.3.001
    Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    8:30am to 11:30am Sky
    (Accounting)
    Sam
    (Criminology + Psychology)
    Jasmine (Law) Em
    (Engineering + Food Science & Nutrition)
    Mel
    (IT)
    11:30am to 2:30pm Priya
    (Law + Politics)
    Dominick
    (Chemistry + Forensic Bio)
    Tatiana
    (Vet)
    Jared
    (Chiropractic)
    Danielle
    (Education + Psychology)
    2:30pm to 6:00pm Sophie
    (Biomedical Science)
    Jared
    (Chiropractic)
    Nunzia
    (IT + Molecular Biology)
    Megan
    (Criminology)
    Tash
    (Law + Business)
  • West 453.1.001
    Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    9:00am to 12:30pm Tash
    (Law + Business)
    Jasmine
    (Law)
    Megan
    (Criminology)
    Danielle
    (Education + Psychology)
    Megan
    (Criminology)
    12:30pm to 4:00pm Sky (Accounting) Sky
    (Accounting)
    Sam
    (Criminology + Psychology)
    Priya
    (Law + Politics)
    Priya
    (Law + Politics)
  • East 247.1.001
    Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
    9:00am to 12:30pm Nicky
    (Exercise + Sports Science)
    Tatiana
    (Vet)
    Mel
    (IT)
    Anna
    (Vet)
    Nunzia
    (IT + Molecular Biology)
    12:30pm to 4:00pm Ely
    (Nursing)
    Ely
    (Nursing)
    Sophie
    (Biomedical Science)
    Em
    (Engineering + Food Science & Nutrition)
    Dominick
    (Chemistry + Forensic Bio)

Access PAC Online

You can also connect with us on Facebook and Instagram to find out more about the PAC team and hear about our upcoming events and activities.

How we can help you

PACs are current Murdoch students from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. They are excelling academically themselves, and can help coach you with your studies too.

The PAC team can help you with:

  • getting started at university
  • academic skills (reading, writing, planning, maths, stats and time-management)
  • discipline-based skills and questions
  • navigating the learning management system
  • planning an assignment (e.g. essay, report, etc.)
  • referencing
  • understanding academic integrity and discourse.

Prepare for your consultation

To ensure PACs can best assist you with your questions, please have the following available for your consultation (on a USB is fine):

  • your unit guide
  • a copy of the assignment question
  • a plan of your work (if you have it)
  • your student ID card
  • anything else that might help the PAC (and you) to understand your task or problem better
After your consultation it is useful to think about what you discussed and your next steps forward.

Interested in becoming a PAC leader?

The positions of PAC Leaders are highly competitive. Recruitment typically begins two to three months before the beginning of semester.

Find out more about becoming a leader