Australian National University

Student and campus services

ANU has a range of student support services including counselling, chaplaincy, academic skills and learning support, and employment and career advice. Campus facilities include a medical centre, computing centre, sporting and recreation facilities, and childcare centres. ANU supports a variety of student clubs and societies so that students can become involved in campus life.

ANU is located in the inner-city Canberra suburb of Acton, in the Australian Capital Territory. There are also additional campuses in the ACT, NSW and the NT.

ANU campus locations

Access & Inclusion

Access & Inclusion is a team of Disability and Equity Advisers who help the following to be successful in their studies at ANU:

  • students with physical and learning disabilities, mental health conditions, chronic medical conditions and short term illness
  • carers
  • international under 18 students
  • elite athletes.

Registration with A&I involves meeting with an Adviser to develop a personalised Education Access Plan (EAP), which outlines reasonable adjustments to support you to achieve your personal best.

Your EAP may include:

  • advocacy
  • accessible parking
  • assistive technology
  • carer attendance flexibility
  • elite Athlete priority tutorial enrolment
  • ergonomic equipment
  • note-taking
  • special (alternative) exam arrangements
  • advice and assistance for physical access issues on campus and accessible accommodation.

Our work is supported and guided by University policies and procedures, as well as national legislation and standards.

Phone: 6125 5036
Email: access.inclusion@anu.edu.au

ANU Access & Inclusion

The Tjabal Higher Education Centre offers a range of support services to all Indigenous Australian students, including orientation to the broad context of the University, study skills and academic advice, tutorial assistance, 24-hour computer lab access, a common room and study facilities.

Support for Indigenous communities

There are a number of different accommodation options for undergraduate and postgraduate students at ANU. You can live on campus in an approved ANU residence, such as a Hall, Lodge or College, or choose to find private rental or share accommodation.

For applicants from outside the Canberra region, ANU guarantees new, full-time, first-year, undergraduate students in their first semester an offer of accommodation at one of our approved ANU student residences. ANU also offers up to 50 accommodation places for local ACT region applicants. You must apply by the application closing date to be eligible for the ANU accommodation guarantee.

ANU accommodation options

The National Health Co-op ANU Clinic provides you with access to a comprehensive range of health services including general practitioner appointments, minor wound management, immunisations, psychological appointments and mental health support.

Contact ANU Student Health Service

ANU offers students the opportunity to study part of their ANU degree program overseas through a range of opportunities that run from two weeks through to a full year abroad. These international experiences will enable students to grow academically, professionally and personally. Global Programs offer a specialised and focused service for credit bearing international experiences.

ANU global programs

Location

ANU Student Central
Di Riddell Student Centre
154 University Avenue, Canberra ACT 2600

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Phone

+61 2 6125 5111

(Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm)

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Important dates

Academic calendar

Entry schemes via UAC

Educational Access Schemes

Financial assistance

Equity Scholarships