- Applying to study
- New to Uni
- Important dates
- Fees and costs
- The Academy
Services and facilities
- - Student Central
- - Workshops, programs and online resources
- - Academic Literacy Support
- - Counselling Service
- - Disability Service
- - Student Welfare Service
- - MATES
- - English Conversation Groups
- - Special Consideration
- - Student Legal Services
- - Chaplaincy and Inclusive Communities
- - Student Representation & Participation
- - International student support
- - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student support
- - Student Stores
- - Online student support
- - Student facilities
- - Support for Student Veterans
- - TalkCampus
- Online systems
- Student Misconduct Rule
- Semi Permanent Unlimited Live
- Western Digital Story Telling Project
To keep us all safe, Student Wellbeing Services (Counselling, Disability and Welfare) are offering students the next available online appointment. If you require a face-to-face appointment, please discuss this with Wellbeing staff at the time of booking.
Services and supports available
The Disability Service is a team of professional Disability Advisors and trained educational support staff. We can support and assist future and current students with disabilities and chronic health conditions to reach their full academic potential. Students with a temporary injury such as a broken limb may also be eligible for assistance.
Students are able to access free, confidential disability support by Zoom and telephone.
To speak with a Disability Advisor or to make an appointment you can call 1300 668 370 (option 5) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office hours are Monday to Friday 9.00am - 4:30pm.
Alternatively the eDisability service is available for WSU students, prospective students and their family or external service providers. This service provides direct email contact with one of the Disability Advisors. Support is available to those who have a condition including: physical, intellectual, psychiatric, sensory, neurological, learning disabilities, physical disfigurement and health related. Examples of conditions being: Cancer, Depression, Crohns, Dyslexia, Epilepsy, Hearing and Vision impairment, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Cystic Fibrosis, Cerebral Palsy, Chronic Fatigue, a broken arm.
This service is not open to students who are currently registered with Disability Services given they already have access to support through their allocated Disability Advisor.
If you are a staff member and need more information on resources, please navigate to the Disability Service staff resources webpage (staff login required).
The Disability Service helps with:
- Pre-admission advice
- Educational Support Service staff (academic note takers, readers, practical assistants and sign interpreters)
- Training in and access to assistive technology
- Advocacy on disability related issues
- Referral to other relevant services
- Transcription of videos/podcasts
- Textbooks and educational material in alternative formats
- Provision of support while on practicum / placement
For more information go to the getting help webpage.
What is a disability?
Referral to other services
TalkCampus is a free app that you can download onto your device to talk anonymously to other students from universities and colleges around the world. Access free mental health support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
TalkCampus is a safe student network that’s all about support. This means you can talk to your peers about exam stress, anxiety, depression and a range of other matters. The app is available in 25 languages including English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali.
The TalkCampus app is available for free to all Western students. You can download the app from Google Play or the App Store. To sign up, please use your Western student email address to unlock the app free of charge. For more information, visit the TalkCampus webpage.