NEED MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT NOW?
📞 If your life or somebody else's life is at risk, call 000 immediately.
📞 24/7 UNSW Mental Health Support call (02) 9385 5418
📱 After-hours SMS support: Text 0485 826 595 for confidential one-to-one chat
(Available Monday - Friday, 5pm - 9am / 24 hours on weekends and public holidays)
ON CAMPUS Emergency
Campus Security is your first point of contact for any incident or emergency on campus. You can call them 24/7:
📞 In an emergency: (02) 9385 6666
📞 Everything else: (02) 9385 6000
OFF CAMPUS Emergency
📞 Call Triple Zero (000) for police, fire, ambulance
📞 For non-urgent help, call Police Assistance Line on 131 444
PLEASE NOTE: You should only attend a hospital’s emergency department if you are seriously injured, seriously unwell or have a life-threatening medical emergency.
NOT IN AUSTRALIA?
📞 If you are in a life-threatening situation overseas, call UNSW Campus Security on +61 (2) 9385 6666.
📞 If you are an international student offshore and would like to access a 24/7 mental health support line, call +61 (2) 8905 0307.
Report Gendered Violence
The Gendered Violence Portal allows anyone to report an incident of sexual assault or harassment – whether you have been directly affected, are a witness to an incident, or a support person.
Reports can be made anonymously and will remain confidential unless specifically stated by the person reporting.
Report a Crime
If you have been a victim of crime, don't be afraid to come forward to our Campus Security Services Officers, who are specially trained to help you.
For support outside of UNSW, you can anonymously report crimes to Crime Stoppers and access help from NSW Victims Services. You can also call the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
First Aid and insurance for injuries
If you require non-urgent First Aid assistance and cannot make it to the University Health Service, contact Campus Security by calling 9385 6000. Each Patrol Officer carries a First Aid kit or pouch.
Students are covered by insurance for injuries or accidents incurred during UNSW activity and can make a report here.