Raise a Concern
Monash is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for work and study where staff, students and other members of the University community are treated with integrity, respect, dignity and courtesy.
The University prohibits all forms of unacceptable behaviour. Bullying, discrimination, harassment (including sexual and racial harassment), vilification and victimisation.
Where to go for help
If you think you might have experienced discrimination, or inappropriate or unacceptable behaviour, there are a number of resources available to raise a concern and/or seek immediate assistance.
In emergency situations for Police and Ambulance etc.
+61 3 9905 3333
ext 333 from a Monash phone.
Where swift attendance is required on campus.
Safer Community Unit
+61 3 990 51599
For reporting and investigating of concerning and threatening behaviour, and referrals to services within and outside the University.
Manager, Ethical Conduct
03 9902 4945
For advice regarding unacceptable behaviours, and referrals to approved University services.
SARAH (safety and risk hub for incident reporting)
Online system for reporting unacceptable behaviours and hazards for escalation to the Manager, Ethical Conduct for resolution (including investigation).
Manager, Respectful Communities,
Campus Community Division
03 9905 9499
Advice and referral for students impacted by the concerning behaviour.
Guidance on the resolution of grievances relating to unacceptable behaviours.
University wide policies and procedures.