Sexual Assault & Sexual Harassment Policy & Procedures

The University of South Australia does not tolerate any form of sexual harassment and expects all members of the university community, its visitors and agents to treat each other with respect, courtesy and consideration.  We are committed to providing a respectful, safe and inclusive environment that is free of sexual assault and sexual harassment.  This includes the development of standalone policy and procedures for receiving disclosures and reporting incidents of sexual assault and sexual harassment. 

Find out more about our Policy and Procedures

Guiding Principles

  • The principles underpinning the procedures for managing reports of sexual assault or sexual harassment at UniSA.

Reporting an incident

  • What you can expect when you submit a complaint of sexual assault or sexual harassment at UniSA.

Potential Outcomes

  • Possible outcomes, following an investigation of a report of sexual assault or sexual harassment at UniSA. 

Review Mechanisms

  • Your options for reviewing the outcome of an investigation into a report of sexual assault or sexual harassment at UniSA.

Click here for more detailed information about our Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures.


Urgent Assistance

24/7 Phone Support

1800 737 732

UniSA 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

UniSA Out-of-Hours Crisis Line
1300 107 441 or text 0488 884 163
5:00pm to 9:00am weekdays 
24hrs weekends and public holidays

Staff Counselling Service
1300 277 924

External Support

Yarrow Place
Rape & Sexual Assault Service
1800 817 421

SHine SA
Sexual Health Education Agency
1300 794 584