Classical Languages & Ancient Mentoring Outreach


(clamo = Latin for I shout!)

About the Program

CLAMO is our society’s very own mentoring program, developed and designed to support students studying the Classical Languages (Ancient Greek and/or Latin), at the University of Queensland.

Our mentors are here to assist you with any aspect of your Classical Languages studies, be it translations, grammar, conjugations or declensions – no question or query is a wrong one!

The program is free for all Classical Languages students at UQ, regardless of whether you hold a current membership with CAHS.

Access the Program

In 2021, we are going to be running one-on-one weekly mentoring! In expressing your interest, you will be matched with a mentor of aligning skill, and participate in 30-60 minute sessions every Wednesday from 10:30am-11:30am (although this time is flexible if need be), with the option of both in-person and online sessions. An expression of interest form will be circulated closer to the date, however please feel free to email us at if you miss our introductory session in week 3 and we can organise for you to join the program.

In addition, we will also have weekly open-sessions, accessible both in person and via zoom, where students have the opportunity to come in for stand-alone sessions throughout the semester as needed. These will be held from week 3 at 10:30am-11:30am every Wednesday, in both the Michie Building, and via Zoom.

Important Dates

Week 3: Monday 8th of March, 1:00-2:00pm: MASTERCLASS: STUDY ESSENTIALS

Via Zoom:

Open-Session Dates

Your Mentors

As experienced Classical Languages students, our student mentors generously volunteer their time each week to assist you with your studies and are always enthusiastic to do so. You can meet them in our weekly sessions.

Your 2021 Mentors:

Isabella Zust-Sullivan – CAHS Vice President of Classical Languages & Undergraduate Student

Sarah Prince – MPhil Student

Becoming a Mentor

Each year, CAHS is delighted to give experienced and enthusiastic Classical Language students (undergraduate and postgraduate) the opportunity to become CLAMO mentors.

If you would like to enquire about becoming a mentor, please submit your expression of interest here: before 5pm Friday, the 19th of Febuary. If this date has passed, please feel free to email our executive team, with attention to the Vice President of Classical Languages, at for possible enquiry regarding becoming a mentor.

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