Griffith’s Chaplaincy is a place to discuss life’s challenges and meaning, to explore spirituality and faith, to promote social justice and to connect with others.
Talking to a Griffith counsellor may help if you have personal concerns about work-life balance, transition, study, motivation, relationships, self-esteem, grief and loss, or anxiety and stress. All consultations are confidential and free of charge. Staff can also access the Staff Counselling Program.
Health and Medical Service
In an emergency phone 000 or 112 (from a mobile) - then call Security (x7777)
The Health Service provides a range of medical and ancillary services including consultations, assessments, testing and treatments. Medical centres are located at the Gold Coast and Nathan campuses.
Student Equity Services and Disabilities Service
- encourage and develop aspirations for university as a post-school study option
- provide support services and programs accessible on all campuses
- recognise the right of all people to be treated with respect and dignity
Support for students with disabilities
At Griffith, we are always seeking ways to remove barriers to the participation of people with disabilities in higher education and improve access to the learning environment.
Welfare and Student Liaison
Welfare and Student Liaison Officers assist with interest free student loans, budgeting, Centrelink payments, grievances and appeals, tenancy issues, accessing available resources and other welfare matters.
At Griffith, everyone belongs...
We're listening... South Bank campuses drop-in appointments every week-day at QCA.
Textbook Exchange service
Students and staff of Griffith can buy and sell secondhand textbooks online. All transactions are made independently.
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Griffith Ally network
The Ally Network assist LGBTI students and staff by offering guidance and information on LGBTI issues, creating safe campuses, and promoting an LGBTI friendly culture.