There are a range of support, both within the University and with external organisations, that may assist underrepresented and marginalised communities and their allies.
- Safe Community Program: Provides support and advice to members of the University community about inappropriate, concerning or threatening behaviour.
- Counselling & Psychological Services (CAPS): Provides free, confidential, short-term professional counselling to students and staff, as well as a range of workshops, mental health training, and helpful resources (link to the website: https://services.unimelb.edu.au/counsel/home).
- Student Equity & Disability Support: Provides supports for students who need ongoing assistance with their studies.
- Financial Aid: Provides information and advice about budgeting, managing debt and Centrelink payments, and can help students access assistance during times of financial hardship.
- UMSU Advocacy: Free and confidential advocacy service for graduate, undergraduate, domestic, and international students.
- International Graduate Student Wellbeing Group: Supports graduate international students to look after their health and wellbeing.
- External support services: Lists recommended external support services for mental health emergencies, including suicide and crisis support.