Wellbeing Resource Centre

The Student Health and Wellbeing Resource Centre is the first point of call for all your health and wellbeing needs.

Drop-in or give us a call to find out about our student wellbeing services. Get help to make appointments, access community support and resources. You can also attend our information drop-in sessions and workshops.

Visit our Wellbeing services page for the services we offer or to make an appointment.

Our Student Health and Wellbeing Resource Centre can provide you with a safe space to receive information. Also to speak to one of our Student Health and Wellbeing Liaison Officers on a range of health and wellbeing matters.

The resource centre can provide you with:

  • information on accessing mental health and counselling services
  • information and referrals on accessibility support and learning access plans
  • information on LGBTIQ+ support and services
  • information on respectful relationships and sexual harm
  • information and concerns about discrimination, bullying and harassment
  • information and link to community agency and external support services
  • information and support for emergency or crisis accommodation
  • the hiring of mobility scooters
  • booking of breastfeeding room at Bundoora campus
  • attend drop-in information sessions – view our Wellbeing events page for times and dates

Location and opening hours

Monday to Friday, 10.00 am–4.00 pm

Location: Peribolos East Ground Floor (PE101), Bundoora Campus

Phone: (03) 9479 1085

Email: wellbeingsupport@latrobe.edu.au.

Breastfeeding facilities

We have been an accredited Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace since 2010 and continues to provide a breastfeeding friendly environment, with breastfeeding or parenting rooms to support mothers. Re-accreditation is active until April 2018.

We have rooms equipped with a refrigerator, sink, table and chair or bed to meet the needs of student and staff mothers continuing their work or study while breastfeeding at the Melbourne, Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Mildura and Sydney Campuses. Facilities are also available on request at the Shepparton and City campuses with plans underway to establish dedicated facilities on these campuses.

Many women return to full-time or part-time work or study after having children. Many of these children continue to be breastfed while their mothers work or study. La Trobe supports and values the importance of having the time and space to provide food for their babies, whether by expressing milk or breastfeeding.

For more information and locations, please contact wellbeingsupport@latrobe.edu.au.