- Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy
- - Mental Health and Wellbeing Month
- - Mental health meanings
- - Health and physical wellbeing
- - Support
- - Report
- - Information for survivors
- - Supporter Community
- - Western's Respect. Now. Always. Campaign
- - Supporting a friend: Responding to disclosures of sexual offences
- - Positive intervention
- - International students
- - Language and accessibility options
- - Sexual harassment
- - First Responder Network
- - Counselling Service
- - Australia and New Zealand University Mental Health Day
- - Lifeline Training
- - Wellness Walk
- - 10 Tips to Stress Less at University
- - Lifeline CSWT Fast-track Program (Online)
- Mental Health & Wellbeing resources
- Mental Health & Wellbeing training
- Contact the Mental Health & Wellbeing team
You have the right to be safe
Studying in Australia brings new experiences. Sometimes, things can go wrong. If they do, we encourage you to seek help.
In Australia, you have a right to be safe and seek confidential support.
Your student visa, grades or employment are not affected if you are a victim of crime.
In an emergency, call NSW Police on 000. Campus Safety and Security (opens in a new window) are always available on 1300 737 003.
The University Counselling Service (opens in a new window) provides free and confidential support for all Western students. Call 1300 668 370.
What are sexual offences?
Sexual offences mean sexual behaviour which make a person feel threatened, uncomfortable, unsafe or fearful. Sexual offences are not acceptable at Western Sydney University and are usually crimes. The Police and Western Sydney University support victims of sexual offences. As a victim of crime, it is not your fault. We believe survivors.
We know this and we are here to help. Please let us help you.