Health and welfare
The University of Sydney is committed to ensuring your safety on campus. We want you to have the best possible experience during your studies here.
To ensure your own personal safety, firstly familiarise yourself with our student safety tips, which are available in eight languages.
We also run a number of other services to maintain a safe campus, during your commute to and from uni, including regular patrols and shuttle bus services to and from Redfern train station.
We offer a comprehensive suite of health care services, if you ever need to access them while you’re on campus. The University Health Service provides a general practitioner service and emergency medical care, for staff and students. The Health Service bulk bills for the cost of consultations.
Our allied health care services include a dental clinic and an optometrist, in case you need professional eyecare services.
Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps students develop the skills to build strengths, improve well-being and achieve academic success. Our services are free and confidential, and available to all enrolled students. CAPS counsellors also offer individual sessions to help students learn effective strategies to handle tough times.