Health and Wellbeing
A range of Health and Wellbeing support services can be accessed at the Parkville campus. For further information on any of the services listed below please contact the Student Service Centre in the foyer of the Sissons building.
Monash students can access counselling services at any Monash campus. Counselling can help you with problems coping with study or university life, stress and anxiety or depression, loneliness, drug and alcohol abuse and addictions, negative feeling or suicidal thoughts, relationship or family issues.
No issue is too big or too small.
Where to get help
University Health Services can be accessed by all Monash students and are located at the Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula campuses. UHS provides free, confidential health services including immunisation programs to meet course compliance requirements. We can answer your questions about immunisations via email email@example.com
What we offer
- Appointments and Location information
- Helpful Health Tips
- Pathology Services
- Dental Services
Do you have a disability, medical or mental health condition that might affect your studies? Find out how Monash promotes access and equity for all of our students.
A disability adviser is available at Parkville campus on alternate Fridays during the semester from 9am – 5pm at Monash Connect in the Sissons Building.
We may also be able talk with you over the phone or make other arrangements if you’re unable to be on campus during these times.
Contact us by phone or email:
Phone: 9905 5704
We're proud to be a leader in social justice and inclusion. As a socially responsible institution, we're continually working to better ourselves and ensure we provide an inclusive and safe environment for all students and staff.
On-campus accommodation is not available, but many off-campus options are within easy travelling distance.
A representative from the Monash Residential Services team is at Parkville on alternate Mondays.
To arrange a meeting please:
Phone: 9903 2721 or 9903 4646