CSU provides access to free student counselling for confidential assistance with personal matters, as well as a general health promotion service that provides advice and referrals to community ancillary health services.
CSU counsellors offer confidential and professional assistance to students experiencing a range of academic, administrative or personal concerns. For distance education students, our counsellors are available for phone and email counselling.
Our counsellors can assist with:
We recognise that these and other difficulties can impede students' ability to study effectively.
Depending on the needs of the individual student, counsellors are able to recommend other support agencies and courses of action.
To make an appointment to speak with a counsellor, please contact Student Central on 1800 275 278.
CSU's Health Promotion Service strives to empower students to fulfil their academic potential and enjoy their student experience, by offering positive health promotions on campus and online throughout the study session.
More about CSU's Health Promotion Service
For those attending residential schools, the community health contacts in the campus city you are attending may be useful.
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