JCU Singapore's library provides a professional and engaging library service to all students in their pursuit of lifelong learning and discovery. For further information, click here.
Our highly qualified academic and committed support staff work together to nurture and develop students as the next generation of leaders and professionals.
Please refer to school based Academic Staff List here.
We utilise the latest in technology to support the teaching practices and beliefs. All students benefit from using LearnJCU, an online academic suite that provides access to teaching materials, communication with the lecturers, information about assessment and much more.
We recognise that some students coming to the campus may be seeking additional study support and provide the following services:
- Workshops and individual consultations to help students improve their organisational skills, writing skills, reading and note taking, studying for exams, oral presentations, referencing and English grammar.
- Courses and programs to assist with the transition to tertiary study
- Individual and group support for International students and students from non-English speaking backgrounds.
James Cook University’s reputation for excellence in research is worldwide. This reputation continues to build at JCU Singapore as we attract high-quality academic staff to conduct innovative research projects. Their Mission is to pursue first rate research of international excellence and widely publish the results of their research.
We commit ourselves to research of excellence and high impact, particularly on issues of critical importance to the world’s tropics and high volume tourism areas, such as Asia.
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The Student Activities Centre complements the academic student life, nurturing and supporting student life through life-enhancing workshops and club meetings, providing an outlet to relax with friends or play some sport. Campus life is not just about studying but meeting others and having fun.
Students with a strong desire to serve others should consider joining the Student Council, which works to ensure that students' interests are always well represented and it’s a great way to gain experience in civic responsibility.
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Taking care of our minds is just as important as taking care of our bodies. Mental health refers to our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. What we think and feel affect how we behave, handle stress, communicate and relate to others, and take care of ourselves. It is common to have mental health problems. It does not mean we are weak or are at fault. Help is available and we can get better with the right help and support.
JCUS Psychology Clinic offers confidential clinical psychology services to JCUS students, as well as the public. Services are offered to both children (ages 0 to 17) and adults (18 years old and above). Evidence-based interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy are used to guide treatment. The clinic provides services face-to-face, as well as through telepsychology (online therapy), for a variety of presenting concerns including:
- Low mood and depression
- Anxiety (e.g., separation, social, worry, phobia, panic, selective mutism)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Body image issues
- Attentional and hyperactivity issues
- Parenting and family issues
- Oppositional behaviours
- Relationship difficulties
- Social skills
The clinic also provides psychological assessments for children (e.g., special education school application) and adults except for the following cases – dyslexia, access arrangements or accommodations for exams, medical, insurance, or legal purposes.
The Clinical Psychology Team
Services are provided by intern clinical psychologists from the JCUS Master of Psychology (Clinical) programme. They are closely supervised by the Psychology Clinic Manager or other staff. All clinical supervisors are registered and experienced Clinical Psychologists. Services offered by the clinic are conducted in accordance with the professional and ethical codes of practice of the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) and the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Potential clients can contact the clinic via telephone or email. The clinic executive will conduct a brief screening to find out more about the client’s concerns, as well as to assess the suitability of the clinic to provide services to the client. There is no need to obtain a referral from a professional or an agency. Children ages 17 and below require parental consent to access services at the clinic. Their parent will have to contact the clinic first to provide information and consent before the screening is done. Medical practitioners, psychologists, social workers, and allied health professionals may also make referrals by emailing or calling the clinic directly after discussion with their clients.
As a matter of safe professional practice, new clients are required to attend their first two appointments in person at the clinic. Following this they may be offered the opportunity to continue receiving services through telepsychology methods.
Clients receiving psychological assessment services are required to attend all assessment sessions in person.
The hourly rate for therapy is $25. The standard rate for assessment is $300 (all inclusive). The clinic offers a discount or fee waiver for clients who meet the household income eligibility.
Telephone: +65 6709 3762
JCU Singapore Psychology Clinic
149 Sims Drive
Our opening hours are:
9am – 5:30pm (Mondays – Fridays)
Please note. The clinic does not offer emergency services. Therefore it does not provide a walk-in service for crises cases. People in need of such services are advised to go to the nearest A&E, call 995 for emergency services, SOS at 1-767, or the IMH 24-hour hotline at 63892000.