Health and Wellbeing Services

ANU Medical Centre

Health and Wellbeing Centre (Building 156), Level 2

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5pm
(not including public holidays)

Bookings can be made online

Available to all ANU students and staff.

The ANU Medical Centre operates a state-of-the-art health and wellness clinic on levels 2 and 3 of Health and Wellbeing Centre (Building 156) in Kambri and provides students with access to a comprehensive range of health services.

For more information and fees, please refer to the website.

Telephone: +61 2 6125 2211 - Option 2


ANU Counselling

Health and Wellbeing Centre (Building 156), Level 3

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm
(not including public holidays)

To make an appointment, please call 02 6125 2211 - Option 1.

For AFTER HOURS support, please contact 1300 050 327, or sms 0488 884 170.

Available to all ANU students studying in Australia.

For students studying overseas, please contact for alternative options.

Appointments are available via Zoom, or face-to-face. Next-day appointments are available for students in urgent need and priority is given to new client.

The ANU Counselling Centre promotes, supports and enhances mental health and wellbeing within the University student community. The Centre is a free, confidential and non-diagnostic service available to all currently enrolled ANU students.

Telephone: +61 2 6125 2211 - Option 1


ANU Wellbeing and Support Line

Telephone: 1300 050 327
SMS: 0488 884 170

Available to all ANU students – 24h

The ANU Wellbeing and Support Line is a phone service for all current students who are experiencing situational stress, emotional difficulties and mental health concerns. The service can also be used to provide debriefing support and assistance for student leaders. The ANU Wellbeing and Support Line works with ANU Counselling but is operational 24 hours a day.

Telephone: +61 1300 050 327

SMS: +61 0488 884 170


ANU Thrive Wellbeing Consultations

Bookings can be made by email at

Available to all ANU students

ANU Thrive offers free wellbeing consultations every Tuesday and Wednesday. Consultations are held by a later-year student mentor, who can assist in finding appropriate support services and guiding you through your time at university. The team is trained in Youth Mental Health First Aid and is familiar with both ANU and external community support available to students. While this is not a counselling service, international students can access wellbeing consultations while off-shore and at no cost.


ANU Student Safety and Wellbeing Team

Health and Wellbeing Centre (Building 156), Level 2

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm
(not including public holidays)

To connect with a Case Manager in the Student Safety and Wellbeing team, email, call or visit us in-person. Alternativerly, you can fill-out the sexual harrassement and sexual response and support form and the team will contact you within 72h.

Available to all ANU students

The Student Safety and Wellbeing team offers free and confidential support for students who have been impacted by an incident that impacted on their student experience while at ANU. Case Managers have backgrounds in health, social work, counselling and human services and provide information to students and coordinate support and help. Incidents can include:

  • sexual assault or sexual harassment (directly or indirectly)
  • Mental health  
  • Financial concerns  
  • Relationship issues  
  • Conflict management   
  • Transitioning into university  
  • Isolation and loneliness  
  • Navigating ANU  


Telephone: +61 2 6125 2211 - Option 1


Beyond Blue - Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service

FREE 24 hours helpline where you can chat to a trained counselor about any troubles you are facing due to the pandemic. Beyond Blue also offer free web chat services, community forums and other resources which can be found on their website.   

Telephone: 1800 512 348 


For a list of all support programs and wellbeing initiatives, please refer to the ANU Health, Safety & Wellbeing page.

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team