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The UMSU Sexual Harm Response Coordinators work with the UMSU Advocacy service and can provide support with making complaints to the University, receiving support, reporting to the police, and referrals to therapeutic services.

To organise an appointment with service, fill out the contact form below.  If you are interested in other services, click here. 

Our service charter describes more about what support we can provide to students. 

Contact Form

DISCLAIMER: If you are in immediate danger please contact Emergency Services (000) or need afterhours support contact the Sexual Assault Crisis Support Line (24/7): 1800 806 292


First Name* 

Last Name* 

Preferred Name 

Email Address* 

Phone Number 

Student Number* 

Do you have any disabilities you would like us to know about? Please let us know if we need to make any arrangements for your access to the service. 

How would you prefer to receive advice from us (i.e. via phone or email)?*

What would you like to discuss with the Sexual Harm and Response Coordinators? 

Has what you want to discuss happened within the last two weeks?

Answering this question helps us determine what services are available to you. Some services provide a crisis response to victim/survivors of sexual assault who have been sexually assaulted in the last two weeks.

Upload any supporting documents:

Privacy Statement*

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The UMSU Sexual Harm and Response Coordinators work within the UMSU Legal and Advocacy division, a department within the University of Melbourne Student Union.

We manage personal and health information in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2000 (Vic), the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic), and the Student Union Advocacy Service Confidentiality Policy. The information that we collect assists us to confirm your student status, contact and assist you, and is also aggregated into non-identifying statistics that facilitate our internal planning and review processes.

We hold information on digital and paper based records, and take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information is accurate and complete and protected from misuse, loss, unauthorised access or disclosure. We will not disclose personal or health information to anyone without your permission, or unless permitted, or required by law.

Should you wish to access information that we hold about you at any time, you may request access by speaking to the Manager, Advocacy & Legal. The information that we collect is stored securely for seven years and then destroyed. Our privacy policy is available on request. By submitting this form, you agree to be bound by this statement.