Sexual Harm

If you, or someone you know, has experienced an incident of sexual harm, support is always available

UniSA's commitment to a diverse, inclusive and safe University culture means that we have a responsibility to prevent sexual harassment, sexual assault, and victimisation, and will take action to eliminate and prevent sexual harm. All members of the University Community have a responsibility to comply with and demonstrate a proactive commitment to ensure the workplace, study and research environments are respectful, safe, and free from sexual harm.

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For more information about UniSA’s work to address sexual assault and sexual harassment, please contact

Urgent Assistance

Emergency Help

Police: 000
UniSA Campus Security (24/7): 1800 500 911


24/7 Phone Support

1800 Respect: 1800 737 732
Lifeline: 13 11 14
Yarrow Place:  08 8226 8787 and 1800 817 421 (country callers)


UniSA Staff Support

Employee Assistance Program (24/7): 1300 277 924


UniSA Student Support

Student Counselling Service
Monday to Friday, 9.00am-5.00pm
Metropolitan campuses: 1300 301 703
Mt Gambier campus: (08) 8723 1999
Whyalla campus: (08) 8645 8233

Additional Support

There are a range of support options available to you if you have experienced sexual assault of sexual harassment.

Deciding what to do next

It's important that you know you have control over what action you take.

Mandatory Online Training

Training is a key part of the University's commitment to creating a safer community.  All staff are required to undertake mandatory SASH training.

Respect, Values & Conduct


Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC)

Helpful resources, guidelines & directions


Australian Human Rights Commission

Resources, support & bystander approaches for Sexual Harassment


Diversity is Our Strength

Information & resources on gender equity, disability, and anti-racism at UniSA


Safe & Healthy Spaces for All

Get to know our values and the behaviours we expect of each other at UniSA