Your Wellbeing

Your health and wellbeing are critical aspects of being a successful student and we will support you as you manage relevant issues that can potentially impact your study plans. This range of services can develop your skills to help you meet the demands of studying at University and maintain good health.


UniSA Counselling Services


UniSA Counsellors offer a range of on campus workshops designed to help you develop skills to help you meet the demands of studying at University and maintain good health.
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Self-Help Resources

Access a range of useful resources, designed to help you help yourself.
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Free and confidential short-term counselling

UniSA’s counsellors are highly qualified and have extensive experience working with university students on managing any personal issues that could affect your studies. They have familiarity with the unique experiences of Veterans, First Responders and families and referral options to support your mental health and wellbeing.
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Crisis and Emergency Contacts

  • Incident on Campus
    UniSA Security
  • Emergency Services
    000 or 112
  • UniSA Out-of-Hours Crisis Line
    1300 107 441 (call) or 0488 884 163 (text)
  • Suicide Call Back Service
    1300 659 467
  • Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assualt Service 
    8226 8787
  • Mental Health Service
    13 14 65
  • Cannabis Information & Support
  • SA Health Drug and Alcohol Services

More Wellbeing Support


Support for current and ex-serving ADF personnel and their families

1800 011 046

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Mental health all-hours support line

1800 628 036

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24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services

13 11 14

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National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service

1800 737 732


Veterans' MATES

The Veterans’ Medicines Advice and Therapeutics Education Services (Veterans' MATES) health materials are developed by the Quality Use of Medicine and Pharmacy Research Centre and funded by the Department of Veterans' Affairs. 

The Department of Veterans' Affairs has developed the Veterans' MATES project with the aim of improving the use of medicines and related health services in the veteran community.

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Fitness and personal training with UniSA Exercise Physiology students

UniSA Exercise Physiology Clinics offer specialist exercise prescription services to assist with the management and prevention of chronic health conditions, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, medical conditions, disabilities and mental health conditions.

As a special offer for all VEEP students you are eligible for a maximum of 8 complimentary sessions upon mentioning to reception staff that you are a VEEP student.

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Contact Us

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For assistance with student services and matters of student administration

UniSA Campus Central
Phone: 1300 301 703



For enquiries about UniSA's Defence partnerships...

Matt Opie
Director: Defence & Space
Phone: +618 8302 9127