Respect at Uni

All Victorian universities are working together to promote the importance of respect, equality and inclusion on our campuses, in online spaces, and in our communities.

Together, the Respect at Uni campaign demonstrates a joint commitment to the prevention of sexual harm and other forms of gender-based violence.

Our university communities should be safe and free from violence. The National Student Safety Survey has revealed universities must continue to improve their response to and prevention of sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Respect Week March 18 - 22 2024

Join us for Respect Week at La Trobe 2024. There are local events, activities, and resources you can access in person and online from La Trobe. You can also join online events from universities across Victoria.

We can all contribute to creating a culture of respect, now and always.

Make Your Pledge

See what students from all across Victorian Universities wrote on the Respect Wall in 2023.

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Respect at Uni Videos

Take a look at what La Trobe students say about respect at uni!

How do you contribute to a respectful university?

What makes you feel safe and supported at uni?

What does respect mean to you?

Respect Training at La Trobe

Learn more about the current training available at La Trobe for you to get involved in.

2024-RPC8010 - Respectful Behaviour and Culture

All commencing students in semester 1 2024 must complete the Respectful Behaviour and Culture module on your LMS (find it in your subject overview).

Health, Wellbeing and Inclusion Training

Health, Wellbeing and Inclusion offer a range of free, evidence-based training to support well-being and promote a respectful La Trobe Community is available to students, delivered by Respectful Communities at La Trobe. View our Respect training offerings here.

Support Services

Internal Supports

Safer Community

If you have experienced or witnessed unacceptable or concerning behaviour, including sexual harassment and assault -please contact our Safer Community service.

Safer Community is a free, confidential support service if you, or someone you know, are experiencing concerning, threatening, inappropriate or uncomfortable behaviour.

Safer Community provide expert advice, information, and support concerning matters of bullying, harassment, aggression, discrimination, stalking, sexual harm and violence. We offer you options and referrals to help resolve your concerns to keep you and others safe.

You can contact Safer Community by submitting the referral form found at, email, or call  03 9479 8988.

In an emergency please call 000. If the emergency is on-campus please call 000 and then La Trobe Security on 03 9479 2222

Need a UNI-safe escort after dark?

  • Albury-Wodonga Campus: (03) 9479 2222
  • Bendigo Campus: (03) 5444 7999
  • Melbourne Campus (Bundoora): (03) 9479 2222

Student Wellbeing Connect

A free support service for enrolled students. You may need a different kind of wellbeing support with guidance on managing and finding resources and support systems in the community and university. Phone 03 9479 1588 or use this enquiry form.

Student Counselling Service

Free, confidential counselling for enrolled students. You can access free short to medium term psychological support. Phone 03 9479 2956 or use this form to book in for a session.

External Supports

For More Information about respect or how to get involved, contact Respectful Community


Participating Universities in Respect at Uni Week

  • Australian Catholic University
  • Deakin University
  • La Trobe University
  • Monash University
  • RMIT University
  • Swinburne University
  • Think Education
  • Torrens University Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Victoria University