Domestic & family violence, sexual assault & sexual harassment

The University of South Australia is committed to a healthy, safe university culture that embraces and celebrates the diversity of our community of students and staff. This means we are committed to ensuring our campuses and learning environments are free from bullying, discrimination, domestic and sexual violence.

We have a full suite of programs and services in place – from student and staff counselling as well as mental health and wellbeing programs. If you, or someone you know, has been affected by  domestic and family violence, sexual assault or sexual harassment, support is always available.

Everyone has the right to be safe - on campus, online and at home – free from unwanted sexual acts and physical, cyber, financial and psychological abuse.

It’s all about treating people with respect.

There is support for those who wish to change their behaviour.

If you have been subjected to sexual or domestic violence, it is never your fault. Free confidential help is available for survivors of domestic, family and sexual violence.

Information is also available for bystanders, who may see and hear things that they think are not ok but are unsure of how best to respond.

We can all speak out to stop domestic and family violence, sexual assault and sexual harassment.  If you see or hear something, say something. Speaking out is hard. But this is how we play our part in creating a safe community.

We can all speak out to stop domestic and family violence, sexual assault and sexual harassment

If you see or hear something, say something. Speaking out is hard. But this is how we play our part in creating a safe community.