All international students who will be under 18 years of age when commencing studies at ANU must register with Access & Inclusion. This enables the student to access a range of support services, programs, and activities to enhance their experience and help them succeed at University.
Once engaged in their program of study, students must notify the University of any changes to their accommodation and welfare arrangements agreed upon with the University before those changes are put in place.
The listed reference forms must be completed and returned when an international under 18 student:
- is attending an overnight camp or excursion as part of their studies; and
- is travelling or staying in accommodation different from their ANU approved accommodation for any period of time
On campus accommodation
There are a range of accommodation options at the ANU available to students under 18 years of age:
|Bruce Hall||Lena Karmel Lodge|
|Fenner Hall||Ursula Hall|
|Wamburun Hall||Wright Hall|
|Davey Lodge||Kinloch Lodge|
|Warrumbul Lodge||Burton & Garran Hall|
Australian Homestay Network (AHN)
Students also have the option of staying with an Australian host family. The AHN is a cultural exchange between an international student or visitor and a local individual or family in the host country.
There are a range of welfare providers available to Under 18 students who are studying at ANU.
1) Professional Student Care Australia (PSC)
- Phone: +61 3 8838 8976
- Email: email@example.com
2) International Student Alliance (ISA)
- Phone: +61 3 9663 2887
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Orientation Week is designed to help you meet other new students, familiarise yourself with the campus and prepare for study. You will receive important information about your academic college, support services, visa requirements, program and course advice, academic skills development, staying healthy and making the most of student life.
Set4ANU is a fun, free program designed to prepare students to excel at The Australian National University through holistic support during the first semester orientation and transition period. This encompasses both O-Week events and the semester-long Set4ANU Mentoring program.
Essential online modules
The Essential online modules are compulsory for all students through Wattle. The online modules explore the nature of sexual consent, how to recognise it and how to identify situations where it can't be given. The modules also encourage participants to recognise the importance of good communication, clear boundaries and mutual respect within our sexual and non sexual relationships. The principles of bystander intervention, particularly when and how to intervene, are also explored.Students living on campus (all halls, colleges and lodges) must complete the program before they move into their residences before you are able to receive your room keys.
Student Support Services
Student Central is your first point of contact for anything relating to student administration, advice and support services. Their team can help you with a range of enquiries from enrolling in your course and understanding fees and invoices, to getting your student ID card, graduation and more.
ON campus emergency
ANU Security manages security services on campus including safety initiatives and providing security related resources to the ANU Community.
To contact ANU Security, dial 02 6125 2249 (extension 55249 for internal phones).
If you or someone else is in immediate danger or needs immediate medical attention call 000 for Police/Ambulance.
There are also a range of support services available, remotely and on campus for ANU students. To find out more, please visit the Support Service information page.