Do you need some assistance in working out what support will work for you and where to find it?
The tips and strategies on this website can make significant differences to your wellbeing, but sometimes it is difficult to work out on your own. The services listed below may be able to support and assist.
Within Student Life you can connect with Counselling Support, Disability Support, International Student Support, Elite Athlete Support to maximise opportunities at University and beyond.
Student Care offers independent information, advocacy and referral for all students enrolled at the University of Adelaide to manage a range of academic and administrative issues.
Wirltu Yarlu is responsible for engaging with and recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as providing support to students during their time here at the University of Adelaide.
General Practitioners are the primary point of contact for the Australian medical system. For all your medical care access one of the University health practices located around Adelaide.
Help with a range of support services throughout your university life and beyond. Come and find us on level 3 of the Hub, or call us, and find the answer to your question.
Are you or someone else in immediate danger? Find out how to get emergency and crisis support for yourself or another, including services available within the University.
Jump on and get talking on the TalkCampus app - it's free for all current AU students whether you are on campus, remote or offshore. Connect with peers 24/7 to discuss wellbeing and mental health in a safe anonymous environment.
Security is available 24 hours 7 days per week and is conveniently located on all campuses.
Emergency number - phone: 8313 5444
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Below you will find filter buttons to narrow down the service most appropriate to you. For a health emergency it is important to access the most appropriate state emergency health service.