The University of Melbourne offers one of the most comprehensive student support networks in Australia.
The University offers food relief to students experiencing food insecurity. Fresh produce, frozen meals and hot food will be available on campus throughout semester.
Counselling and Psychological Services
We offer free confidential short-term counselling, mental health and wellbeing workshops and resources.
International student support
No matter where you are, we are here to support you.
In this section
Health and wellbeing
Find self-help resources, connect with other students, book counselling or medical appointments and more.
Finances and scholarships
Find out more about financial aid, scholarships and loan programs to help you with your studies.
Student Equity and Disability Services
Student Equity and Disability Services provide support for students who need ongoing assistance with their studies. If you qualify as one of the below, you may be eligible for support.
Find support and advice for indigenous students on a range of academic, cultural and personal matters.
Diversity and inclusion
Access resources and information on initiatives and services that support diversity and inclusion, so we can build a safe, respectful and connected community.
Apply for university-owned student accommodation and explore other accommodation options.
The University operates two child care centres for current students, and also has parents rooms on campus.
Information about student visas, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and international student support services.
Get advice and help
Find out how to contact Stop 1, book an appointment, register for a workshop and more.
Looking for something else?
Check out our student services directory, which lists our comprehensive network of support services.