The Dean of Students extends a warm welcome to all ANU students.
We want your ANU experience to be challenging, rewarding, and problem-free. But if problems do arise, or you feel confused about some aspect of University procedures or policy, don't suffer in silence!
The Dean of Students offers confidential, impartial advice, and can help to resolve problems by acting as a neutral intermediary between students and the academic or administrative areas of the University.
The University's commitment to excellence includes a commitment to integrity in all activities and respect in all relationships. Acts of discrimination, harassment or bullying by staff or students are the antithesis of the University's values. Any student who experiences or witnesses such behaviours is warmly encouraged to seek confidential advice and support from the Dean's office.
For further information, please see the University's policy on the Prevention of discrimination, harassment and bullying.
The Dean can ensure that student concerns are communicated to important deliberative and decision making University committees. So even if you feel there is nothing to be done about an issue you've confronted, or you have only indirect awareness of a problem facing students, it's still worth making the Dean aware of the issues.
Appointments available 10am-12noon and 1.30-3.30pm Monday to Friday. Please contact us to book.
Note, our office cannot be accessed from within the building.
From the building's main entrance on University Avenue, turn left into a small cement courtyard and our office entry is on the right.