Neurodiverse students health and wellbeing

If you choose to disclose your neurodiversity status to the university, you will do so through AccessAbility and Inclusion.

AccessAbility and Inclusion

Depending on your disability and/or condition, you may then gain access to a variety of resources and special accessibility considerations during your studies. This can range from assessment extensions, to the use of private AccessAbility and Inclusion study rooms in the library. Any information you disclose will remain confidential.

For more information, please view our managing your study with a disability guide.

Counselling services

We offer free, professional, psychological, social and emotional support for academic and personal success.

For more information and to book, please view our counselling and mental health section.

La Trobe Medical Centre

This medical clinic is just next door to our Bundoora campus on the corner of Plenty Road and Kingsbury Drive, Bundoora. It offers a variety of bulk-billed services for students and staff.

For more information or to make a booking, please visit our medical centre page.