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Emergencies on campus
03 9905 3333 (or 333 on a Monash phone)Emergencies off campus
000 (police, ambulance, fire)
Monash security services are available on all our campuses 24/7. We’re here to keep you safe, with security escorts, a security bus, and 24-hour patrols.
We’re here to provide you with the help and support you need, with a full range of services that include counselling, medical support, indigenous support services, and specialist help for those who have experienced sexual harm.
If you’ve experienced, seen or heard about behaviour that may be concerning, threatening or inappropriate, you should report it.
Find out what concerning behaviour is, what you can do about it and where to find support.
If you’re involved in a student general misconduct process, you can find out everything you need to know about how it works, and where you can find help and support.
Whether you’re using public transport, having a night out on the town, or spending time at home, there are some things you can do to help keep you, your friends and your property safe.
Learn how you can protect your personal and financial information online and how we use social media here at Monash.
Our team works to prevent gender-based violence in our community. Take a look at our training sessions, events and resources.
Download bSafe for support, resources and safety information. You can access counselling help, find emergency contact numbers and disclose an incident or concern to the Safer Community Unit.
Read more about what we do and our commitment to keeping everyone at Monash safe.