Monash’s Clayton campus is made up of students that are committed to the pursuit of a Monash University degree. This location enables you to experience a true university lifestyle while having the added support of the smaller, cohesive Monash College community.From Trimester 1, 2012 all Monash College Diploma students (with exception of Art & Design Studies) will be located at our dedicated centre for learning (Building 73) at Monash University’s largest campus in Clayton.
To help you settle into your new learning environment we have designed a special program for continuing Diploma of Business students.
When: 3.30 – 5pm, Wednesday 22 February
(classes begin Monday 20 February)
Where: Building 73 Lecture Theatre, Clayton
Find out about public transport, parking and other information at the Clayton campus webpage.
There is free parking available until 24 February 2012 in:
The Monash shuttle bus between the Caulfield and Clayton campuses operates during the University semester and will commence on 27 February.
The College’s Independent Learning Centre (ILC) is a place for our students to study and get help from Learning Consultants and teachers.
Your teachers, Learning Consultants and the Monash University librarian will meet with you at agreed times to assist you in your study.
Learning Consultants provide academic, learning and personal support for all Diploma students. Learning Consultants also work closely with your teachers to provide you with learning strategies that work for both Monash College and tertiary study.
Student Services Desk
The Student Services Desk is located on the Ground floor, West block. The student services team will help you with questions relating to fees, exams, transfers, attendance and special consideration.
Contacting you teacher
Teachers can be contacted by email (provided in class) or on the telephones throughout Building 73. Teachers that have transferred from Caulfield will keep the same phone number and email address at the Clayton campus.
If you want to meet with your teacher it is best to email them first and arrange a time.
When you arrive for your appointment, use the phone at Level 1 Central (near assignment boxes) to let them know you have arrived.
Read about the different types of student support available including Learning Consultants, Student Experience Coordinator and Counselling services.
The College Student Common Room is a great place to meet with friends and study.
It also includes microwaves, a kitchenette, fridges, vending machines, and piano and boards for student notices.
The Clayton campus has a range of eateries located throughout the campus with the majority being situated in the Campus Centre, Building 10. Find out more
There are also plenty of places across the Clayton campus to hang out. Check out the weekly market and pick up some reasonably priced books, fruit, flowers or jewellery.
There are many places for you to study and join with your classmates to complete projects.