Register your interest for Finding Pride

We collect only information from you that we believe is needed:
(a) to provide you with the services you have requested;
(b) to maintain contact with you for service-related purposes; and
(c) to prevent harm (e.g., emergency contact).

If you have any difficulty completing this form, please contact the counselling service at

Finding Pride is a way to continue to connect with like-minded students and to chat about all things queer during this period of social distancing.

Please register your interest in attending Finding Pride by submitting this online enquiry form. You will be provided further information about the online group and how to participate once you have submitted an enquiry form.

Please note: This portal is for non-urgent requests only.

If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or if you are in an emergency situation, please contact the La Trobe University Crisis Line by calling 1300 146 307 or by texting 0488 884 100. Alternatively, you can contact Lifeline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 13 11 14.

Remember: If there is risk of imminent harm to you or someone else, call Emergency Services on 000.

Personal details
Note: This is the name the Counselling Service will use when contacting you. It does not need to match university records. You can update this at any time.
Please include full name as it appears on university records
Note: the Counselling Service will use these pronouns when contacting you. It does not need to match university records. You can update this at any time
Is it ok to leave a message at the number provided above?
Emergency contact details
e.g. what name and pronouns you would like used if emergency contacts are contacted



La Trobe University respects the privacy of your personal information. We collect personal information about you to register and identify you for counselling services. If you do not complete this form, then we may not be able to provide you with counselling services. The counselling service maintains confidential records of counselling sessions to monitor and facilitate your counselling and progress. Access, collection and storage of your personal information by the University is in accordance with the Health Records Act 2001. We treat the information we receive from you with confidentiality and respect and will only disclose your information to third parties outside the University with your consent or where it is required or authorised by law. You may have the right to access the personal information we hold about you subject to any exemptions in relevant laws, by contacting us on The La Trobe University privacy policy can be viewed at: