Welcome to the student health and wellbeing hub
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It's ok to not feel great sometimes
When pressure builds up, it can be hard to know where (or who) to turn to. Everyone has times in life when they need a little bit of help. The first step is to talk to someone about it - that's where we come in.
Looking to connect with others?
Spending time with like-minded people is a great way to boost your wellbeing.
Join clubs and societies
Connect with other likeminded people.
Find events on campus
Access live events and past recordings.
Tips on settling and making friends
Six tips to get you started.
Connect with our LGBTIQA+ community
Find events, resource and more.
Join student-run graduate groups
Search for a graduate student group.
Join a sports club and get moving
Find a sports club.
Tips and tricks to help guide your wellbeing
Browse our self-help resources including articles, research and guided exercises.
Figuring out why you procrastinate is an important first step. It guides you into finding the right strategies to help you get stuff done.
Tips to manage exam anxiety
It's normal to feel tense and worried before exams, and there are effective strategies which can help you manage your anxiety.
Learn to meditate
Join guided meditation sessions at the Contemplative Studies Centre, facilitated by our expert teachers.
Explore our Health Promotion Program
Find activities around campus and information to help you look after your health and wellbeing.
Study support and learning opportunities
Gain skills and meet like-minded people
The Melbourne Plus program helps you to develop your skills in people leadership, community engagement and sustainability advocacy.
Develop your study skills
Access one-on-one advice, workshops and resources to help you develop your communication and study skills.
Mental health support training for students
Learn to recognise and assist someone developing a mental health problem or in a crisis.
More ways we can help
Our Financial Aid team are available to talk to you about budgeting, how to apply for financial support and what to do if you need help.
Support for Indigenous students
If you're an Indigenous student, Murrup Barak is here to support you academically and socially throughout your studies.
Student Equity and Disability Support
Student Equity and Disability Services are here to help if you need ongoing assistance with your studies.
Apply for special consideration
If you are going through a difficult time and your ability to undertake an assessment is affected, you may be eligible for support.
What to do if you feel unsafe on campus
Get support, advice and tools to help you stay safe on campus and report inappropriate, concerning and threatening behaviour.
Affordable food if you need it
We offer food relief to students experiencing food insecurity. Fresh produce, frozen meals and hot food will be available on campus throughout the semester. Find out if you're eligible.
Faith and spiritual care
Contact a chaplain to talk about your life, matters of faith and spirituality, or to find out more about their faith tradition.
Support for our trans and gender diverse community
Learn about our commitment to providing a safe, respectful and inclusive environment for all forms of gender expression.
Your voice matters
We're always looking to improve - that's why we want to hear your thoughts on our wellbeing services and how we talk about them.
We've created a short five minute survey which will help us hear what you want and need, and shape the future of student support.