Wellbeing and Support

Discover the services and opportunities available to support your life, health and wellbeing while you study

Experiencing difficulties which are having a negative impact on your study?
Please get in touch with our Student Wellbeing Officer, Susie Reay
on 8344 8437 or via email mgse-studentsupport@unimelb.edu.au

Student equity and disability support

Student Equity and Disability Support provides services for students who need ongoing support with their studies. We understand that adjustments to learning and assessment are sometimes required to allow all students to reach their full potential.
Learn more about the services available

Unsatisfactory Progress

As a coursework student it's your responsibility to maintain a satisfactory academic standard to be allowed to continue your studies. If you have failed subject/s, you may not have met the academic progress requirements for your course and will receive an email with important information about your academic progress. If you receive an email, it is important you engage with the process and follow the detailed instructions provided. Learn more

Student Conduct

As members of the University community, students must conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the standards of behaviour that promote the good order and management of the University. See Student Conduct policy

Academic Integrity

The maintenance of academic integrity involves high quality scholarly practices, the use of reputable sources of information and the full acknowledgement of the authors and creators of ideas and materials that have informed one’s work. Learn more

Counselling and Psychological Services

The University of Melbourne Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free, confidential, short-term professional counselling to currently enrolled students and staff.
Find out more about CAPS

Health Services

The University Health Service is a general practitioner service. Some of the services provided include management of illness, advice about general health and wellbeing, mental health issues including anxiety and depression, contraception, sexual health, wound care, skin cancer checks, travel health and immunisations for both adults and children. Learn more

Melbourne Dental Clinic

Melbourne Dental Clinic is a comprehensive dental centre using state-of-the-art technology and the latest techniques to provide more accessible dental services to the general public.
Find out more and make a booking

Safer Community Program

The Safer Community Program (SCP) promotes a respectful, inclusive, and connected campus community that fosters safe learning, working and living at the University of Melbourne. The SCP provides the opportunity to seek support and advice about behaviours of concern. Learn more

University of Melbourne Sport

Looking for fun, on-campus sport and fitness opportunities? MU Sport offers excellent benefits and discounts to students with various recreation, fitness and sport programs.
Get active with MU Sport

International Student Support

Stop 1 provides a range of assistance, advice and information for international students. Including airport pickups, student visa advice and housing. Find out more

Overseas Student Health Cover (OHSC)

If you are an international student traveling on a student visa, the Australian Government requires you to have OSHC for the duration of your visa. Find out more