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Respectful behaviour and online engagement

Here we are again, for another year and we are continuing to study and teach in the middle of a pandemic. We're all still...

Being COVID-Safe on Campus

The University Campus hasn't been the same without you all, and we look forward to welcoming many of you back to campus during Semester...

Queer Chat Online is recommencing for 2021

Queer Chat Online is coming back! We will be running the first Queer Chat Online for 2021 on the 3rd of March. Queer Chat Online...

Student Health and Wellbeing – Opening hours and what’s new

After many months of mayhem due to COVID, the Student Health and Wellbeing team want to let you know that we’re working harder than...

Find counselling and LGBTIQA+ support

News of the passing of a former La Trobe student, Bridget Flack, has left many shaken, particularly those in the LGBTIQA+ community. In honour of...

Find student wellbeing support over the break

La Trobe's Wellbeing team have compiled a list of mostly external support services that you might find useful over the coming holiday period*. Help and...

La Trobe University Medical Centre GP Clinic (bulk billed for students)

Given the sprawling size of the Bundoora Campus, it's no surprise that many of the best University services sometimes go under the radar. For...

Book Recommendations for 16 Days of Activism – Day 15

It is never too late to educate yourself on a new topic. Summer is fast approaching and what better  way to spend your holidays...

How to #callitout – 16 ways for 16 Days of Activism – Day 6

Calling out sexist, disrespectful and inappropriate behaviour towards women is a part of being an active bystander. Calling it out doesn’t mean you have to...
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