Personal Concerns


Talk to the folks at Inclusion and Access about your needs.

A CQUniversity counsellor may be able to help you. They offer a free, confidential service, and can meet you face-to-face on many CQUniversity locations, or talk with you by phone or Zoom. 

Your Unit Coordinators or the Academic Liaison officers for your school can also suggest ways to find other students interested in the same things you’re interested in. Email to contact the Academic Liaison for your school.

CQUniversity is committed to providing all staff and students with a safe, supportive and respectful place to work and study. Physical, sexual or online violence, assault, harassment or bullying, against any individual or group will not be tolerated.

Find more information about the Respect.Now.Always campaign, including where to get help.

Additional crisis support and services

If you are in an emergency or at immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, please phone emergency services on 000.

To talk to someone now, call Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 or Lifeline 13 11 14. Beyond Blue also offers 24 hour/7 days a week support for people with mental health challenges like anxiety and depression. Call 1300 224 636.

Contact details for additional external support organisations