Personal Support

You may be feeling overwhelmed from your studies, stressed from work or you could be dealing with something difficult in your personal life. Whatever it is, we have a number of free student support services available to help you. Check the table below to find who can help.

Contact for matters regarding discrimination, harassment and bullying queries and concerns. They provide information on these matters including informal and formal resolution options available.

For more information visit Equity Contact Officers

If you are studying with a documented disability, injury, illness, short or long-term health condition, including learning disabilities and mental health conditions, you can register with AccessAbility and get support with your academic success.

For more information visit AccessAbility

JCU's counselling service provides a professional, confidential and responsive service to help you succeed at JCU. This includes individual appointments, referrals, workshops and more.

For more information visit Counselling

The Respect. Now. Always. campaign highlights the determination of Australia's universities to ensure students and staff are safe from sexual assault and sexual harassment. At JCU, we are committed to ensuring that our working and learning environment is free from discrimination and harassment.

For more information visit Safety and Wellbeing

The JCU Student Association offers free, confidential and non-judgmental support services for students.

Student Advocacy and Welfare Officers (in Townsville and Cairns) can help with information, advocacy and referral on a range of student support issues. They also help with academic support issues including exams and assessment, appeals, interpreting University policies and procedures, and academic misconduct.

For more information visit JCU Student Association

For JCU Singapore Students please contact a student advisor at JCUS by emailing JCUSprogressions@jcu.edu.au

The JCU Multifaith Chaplaincy Centre is a free service provided by the University in partnership with local Faith Communities to support students in their spiritual lives.

For more information visit Chaplaincy

Mental health is about wellness, rather than illness. Having social connections, good personal relationships and being part of a community are vital to maintaining good mental health and wellness at university.

For help and useful information please visit: Mental Health and Wellness