Health and wellbeing
We offer comprehensive professional health and medical services to support the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of the Swinburne community.
Have an emergency or need after-hours support?
If there is a medical emergency on campus, call 000 (where medical emergency response is required) or security on 9214 3333.
The after-hours support line is available from 5pm to 9am, Monday to Friday and 24 hours weekends and public holidays. Call 1300 854 144 or SMS 0488 884 145 to access the service.
Book an appointment with a doctor, nurse or specialist and find out about costs.
Appointments with health professionals
All Swinburne students have access to medical, counselling and psychological services. Register once and schedule an appointment online.
Psychology and counselling services
If you’re struggling with a personal or emotional matter, our counsellors are available to help. This service is free for all Swinburne students.
Medical discounts and benefits
Take advantage of a range of student discounts and benefits.
Assault reporting and help
Services and resources are available at Swinburne to help you handle a traumatic experience if you, or someone you know, has been assaulted.
Health services near Swinburne
Find a nearby dentist or other health service not currently offered at Swinburne.
Health information and advice
Mental health, sexual health, nutrition. Frank info, no holds barred.
Special consideration and extensions
If a serious event has occurred that has affected your academic journey at Swinburne, support is available through special consideration, extensions and adjustments.
Learn what this group of student health ambassadors can do for you.
Free digital mental health support from SilverCloud Health
SilverCloud Health is a leading digital mental health and wellbeing platform providing evidence-based, confidential and judgement-free support. It is intended to complement the care you already receive from your GP or mental health provider.
With SilverCloud Health’s tailored programs, you can learn techniques to train your mind to overcome the symptoms of low mood, anxiety or depression, improve sleep and help manage stress. As a Swinburne student, you can access the platform for free.
Head to SilverCloud Health's website and enter code SUT-300 when you sign up.
SilverCloud Health also produces a series of podcasts with useful topics, such as achieving balance in your life, digital mental health for young people, men's mental health, money worries and more.
This initiative has been made possible by funding from the Victorian Government through the Study Melbourne International Education Resilience Fund.
Are you eligible for free immunisations?
You may be eligible for free immunisations to protect you from diseases such as Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) at Swinburne's Wellbeing Clinic, thanks to a Victorian Government funded program.