The University has a range of services available to assist with student wellbeing, health and support. If you require urgent crisis support, please visit our Urgent Support page.
ANU Thrive is a student-led initiative which aims to support students by listening to their concerns and connecting them to the most appropriate service or providing information. The team offers consultation drop-ins every Tuesday and Wednesday for students. The sessions are free of charge, confidential and are facilitated by trained student leaders. ANU Thrive also runs a number of events and activities aimed to provide avenues for ANU students to stay connected with our ANU community.
ANU Counselling is a free, confidential and non-diagnostic service available to all currently enrolled ANU students.
ANU Psychology Clinic
The ANU Psychology Clinic offers reduced-rate psychological services to ANU students and does not require a GP referral (although referrals can be used nonetheless). The clinic is staffed by registered clinical and provisional psychologists. Note: the clinic may not be accessible for students studying a psychology program.
ANU National Health Co-op
T: 02 6178 0400
Availability: 8.30am-5.30pm, Monday-Friday. 9am-2pm on Saturdays.
ANU National Health Co-op is a confidential medical service which can provide support, information and referral. Membership to the National Health Co-op is free for ANU students and a small monthly fee for ANU staff. There is a network of 10 National Health Co-op clinics in Canberra.
Dean of Students
T: 02 6125 4184
Availability: Appointments available Monday to Friday from 10am-12 noon and 1.30-3.30pm. Appointments can be made by email, phone, or by visiting the Dean of Students Office in the Peter Baume Building.
The Dean of Students provides confidential and impartial advice, as well as assistance and support. This might include support for applying for academic extension, advice on the formal grievance resolution procedures, and help to resolve issues within the University.