If you or someone else is in immediate danger call 000 for Police
If you or some else needs immediate medical attention call 000 for Ambulance
ANU students and staff can access a range of free support services. Contacting a support service:
- will NOT be shown on your academic record
- will NOT affect your visa status and will not
- will NOT impact your employment with ANU.
If you are experiencing academic issues, you can contact these confidential support services.
On campus safety
T: 02 6125 2249
Availability: Round the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
ANU Security maintains a 24 hour patrol on campus, responding to emergency situations and providing First Aid. ANU Security is also available to accompany you across campus, to your vehicle, to student residences or to your teaching or learning space if you feel unsafe or would like some support.
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.
Counselling support services
ANU Counselling Centre is a confidential counselling, support, information and referral service. The ANU Counselling Centre offers on the day appointments and standard appointments. You can book a standard appointment by calling the service. On the day appointments need to be booked in person by arriving at the Counselling Centre before 9am (usually around 8.30am) on the day you wish to receive your appointment. The ANU Counselling Centre is located on Level 3 of the Health and Wellbeing Centre in Kambri.
ANU Crisis Line
T: 1300 05 0327
SMS: 0488 884 170
Availability: Monday to Friday from 5pm-9am. 24 hours on weekends and public holidays.
ANU Crisis Line is a confidential and free personal crisis counselling available after hours and on weekends to ANU students experiencing situational stress, emotional difficulties and mental health concerns.
Case coordination, response and referral
ANU Respectful Relationships Unit
The Respectful Relationship Unit's Case Coordination, Response and Referral team can provide advice to students and staff who have experienced, witnessed or supported someone who has experienced sexual misconduct. This advice includes what information someone could access, what other services someone could be referred to, and what support is available. This process is confidential. To begin a conversation with the Case Coordination, Response and Referral team, email the Respectful Relationships Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the Online Disclosure Tool.
If you have contacted the Respectful Relationships Unit, you can provide feedback on the service you received by completing a short survey online. This survey is anonymous.
How to offer support
If someone discloses a sexual assault or an instance of sexual harassment to you, it means they have identified you as someone they feel safe with. Here are some useful tips on supporting the person disclosing as well as the person responding.
Resources for staff
There are services available for staff that offer confidential support and counselling. Please find out more about them on our Staff Services website.