As a student of UNSW you have the right to feel safe and secure at all times and to be able to fully participate in all aspects of life on campus. We believe that unwanted sexual attention including harassment, stalking and assault can prevent a student from taking part in activities and involvement in the life of the University.
We will support students who report sexual harassment or sexual assault. There are internal (i.e. within UNSW) and external options available. You will find some suggestions and resources to assist below.
How to report an incident
- If you prefer to talk to a someone about the incident contact a UNSW First Responder. CAPS staff and doctors at the University Health Service can also help you make a report.
- Keep in mind you can report past incidents, online incidents, on behalf of someone else and anonymously.
- Detailed information about reporting an incident is available in these Frequently asked questions:
If immediate assistance is required please use these contacts:
ON campus emergency (24/7)
Phone 9385 6666 for Campus Security (Kensington, Paddington, Coogee, Randwick & NIDA campus)
OFF campus emergency (24/7)
Phone Triple Zero (000) for police, fire and ambulance.
Detailed information about reporting an incident is available in these FAQs.
Sexual misconduct is a term used by UNSW to describe behaviour of a sexual nature which is unacceptable. You can find more definitions here...
What UNSW does to prevent sexual assault and sexual harassment
See support at UNSW and outside of UNSW