In order to maintain a high standard of wellbeing and happiness Lincoln provides essential Student Support Services including four live-in Executive Residential Staff:
- Dean of Students
- Senior Residential Advisor
- Senior Academic Tutor
We have a range of student welfare support mechanisms in place to ensure that all students can feel safe and at home while living at Lincoln. The Principal/CE and Dean attend to student wellbeing matters, and the Residential Advisors have the primary responsibility of ensuring that the students in their care are successfully integrating into university and College life. Residential Advisors are trained in leadership, community building, mental and physical First Aid, conflict resolution, referral, equal opportunity and fire safety, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of every student at Lincoln.
The College Staff plays an important role in providing student welfare support to all Collegians. There is a particular emphasis on supporting students who are away from home for the first time and going through the transition from secondary to tertiary education.
Lincoln operates a program of Wellbeing activities in concert with SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, to ensure all residents have the opportunity to optimise their physical, emotional, social and academic wellbeing while in residence.