Student Wellbeing (P: 02 9850 7497, E: email@example.com) is here to support you and help you succeed, both academically and personally.
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Contact Student Care and Reporting.
Our student care and reporting network responds to concerns involving students. Ranging from wellbeing concerns about yourself or another student; reporting inappropriate behaviour, misconduct, harassment, sexual assault or violence; as well as complaints and feedback to the university.
MQ Wellbeing is the app that can help you achieve balance in your life. Keep track of your wellbeing with tools designed to monitor your habits, connect with the MQ community and reach your potential. MQ Wellbeing provides you with ongoing support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and connects you with opportunities that support your success at Macquarie and beyond. (Funded by the SSAF.)
To book a wellbeing check up, please complete this form.
The University has developed a Student Success Support Package to financially help students struggling due to COVID-19. Please see our Welfare Services for more details about how to apply.
Please phone 1800 CARE MQ (1800 2273 67) anytime, any day, to get helpful information when you really need it.
The Student Success Network at Macquarie University includes a wide range of services and resources designed to help you settle in, develop your academic and professional skills and get the most out of your time at MQ.
MQ Health and Macquarie University Hospital offer a range of medical and health services on campus, including General Practice, Physiotherapy and Integrated Skin and Breast Health Clinics.
Diversity and inclusion
Student Diversity and Inclusion lead initiatives to support student diversity, and to promote wellbeing, empowerment, respect, and ethical behaviour. Our work includes education and awareness-raising with students and staff, and responding to reports relating to student safety and/or behaviour concerns.
The chaplaincy service provides religious and spiritual resources through one-on-one sessions and small and large group activities.
Ph: 02 9850 7645
Health, safety and emergency contacts
Helpful contact numbers for immediate health, safety and/or personal concerns.
Ph: 02 9850 9999 (Emergency Campus Security)
Ph: 000 (Fire, Police, Ambulance)