Your safety is our priority
The Student Care and Reporting Network can assist you in submitting a report if you are facing concerns.
Macquarie University is committed to building a safe and supportive campus for everyone. We all have a key role in doing this. That is why anyone can notify the university about situations that need attention:
- Students can seek support or make a report of their concerns.
- Staff can seek support for, or report issues concerning students.
- Members of the public can report concerns regarding student wellbeing and support needs, behaviour or University services.
Students, staff and members of the public can report the following:
If you have concerns about your or another student's physical or mental wellbeing, contact CARE MQ.
Seek support and options in response to harassment or other unwanted behaviours involving students.
Submit an appeal against an academic decision through AskMQ.
If you are not a Macquarie University student and wish to submit an appeal against an admission decision, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you report
After you make a report staff from Macquarie University will review your report. If you provide contact details, we'll contact you about your concerns to discuss what can happen next.
If your report is about concerns for another person, we may contact that person.
If you require immediate help or medical attention, contact:
Inform us about concerns impacting your wellbeing.
Unwanted Behaviour Reporting
Inform us of incidents related to harassment or violence.
Complaints and Misconduct Reporting
Inform us about incidents of academic or general misconduct.