Services and support

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Everything you need to succeed

Use our comprehensive services and support to maximise your student experience and achieve your goals. We've got you covered from the moment you accept your offer through to graduation:

Our commitment to ensuring you succeed in your study with us is detailed in the Support for Students Policy

Learning and academic skills support

Learning Advisers

Individual or small group appointments

Self-help learning

Resources including Quick guides and How to... videos

Academic integrity

Learn honest academic practice

Inclusion support

Equitable access for students with disability


Help with searching, referencing, and studying

Technology Services

Wifi and tech support

Faculties and Colleges

Find information and contact details

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Wellbeing support


Experienced and compassionate counsellors, dedicated to helping you with mental health and wellbeing.

Health Clinics

SCU students at Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast and Lismore have access to SCU Health Clinic Services.

Safety and welfare

We are proactively building a safe and supportive community through education, resources and reporting. We also provide support for individuals whose safety or wellbeing has been compromised, including those affected by family and domestic violence, survivors of sexual assault and individuals who have experienced sexual harassment.

Crisis support

If you or someone else needs urgent help outside of business hours, or on public holidays you can call or SMS the After Hours Crisis Counselling Support Line. The free and confidential service will link you to a qualified crisis support worker.


Here, students can access a rich array of information, resources, self-guided tutorials, and connections to external support groups and organisations, all designed to aid students in their academic and personal growth.

Embedded in this hub is a selection of specific e-learning modules designed to increase students’ understanding of contributing to a respectful and inclusive academic, social, and cultural environment.

Respect@SCU Understanding Gender and Sexuality Diversity eLearning Introduction to Disability Awareness
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Ways to get involved

UniLife offers a range of sporting and special interest activities that give you the chance to stay active, have fun and find balance alongside your studies. Whether you’re into fitness, adventure, casual fun or competition, there’s something for everyone.


Find your community and connect with people who share your interests. Browse our existing groups or get a group together and start something new! 

Clubs and societies

Are run by students and are a great way to meet peers, participate in social events and benefit from free and discounted services they provide. Join the Student Association that is the right fit for you!

Student associations

Southern Cross University’s Ally Network is a university-wide commitment to the inclusion, success and celebration of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTIQ+) students and colleagues. We believe that students and staff should be able to bring their whole selves to their study and work. Each Ally contributes to raising LGBTIQ+ awareness at the University by making support for gender and sexuality diversity visible and, if necessary, challenging homophobic and transphobic attitudes and behaviours.

Ally Network

Campus facilities

Computer labs & printing

General-purpose computing labs

Room bookings

Looking to book/hire a room

Childcare/parents' rooms

Find the locations and facilities available

Travel to SCU

Find out your best travel to campus options

Campus security

Locations and information

PC finder

Computer availability by location

Are you a student needing help?

Security and support services

1800 SC HELP / 1800 72 4357