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Charles Sturt University is committed to creating safer university communities; by aiming to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning and working environment that is free from sexual assault, sexual harassment, and violence.

The Prevention and Support Specialist Program operates as the University’s central point of inquiry and reporting of inappropriate, concerning, and threatening behaviour, and offers a respectful and confidential place to seek support and advice.

We provide advice, information, and support to members of the University community about their safety.

Learn about the different types of sexual misconduct

Charles Sturt University is committed to creating safer university communities; by aiming to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning and working environment that is free from sexual assault, sexual harassment, and violence.

The Prevention and Support Specialist Program operates as the University’s central point of inquiry and reporting of inappropriate, concerning, and threatening behaviour, and offers a respectful and confidential place to seek support and advice.

We provide advice, information, and support to members of the University community about their safety.

Learn about the different types of sexual misconduct

Learn how to start a confidential conversation

Arrange an appointment with a specialist counsellor who can provide support and information if you have experienced sexual harassment or assault.

Learn how to report sexual misconduct

Help us work towards zero cases of sexual misconduct and inappropriate behaviour on campus. Learn how to report inappropriate behaviour and contribute to our culture of promoting safety and wellbeing

Learn how to be safe on campus

Download the Charles Sturt Campus Alerts app. Did you know you can request a call back from security or a security escort on campus using the app?

In an emergency, call 000.

Learn how to get consent

Let's explore consent. Find out what it is and how to get it. Then, boost your knowledge with our online Consent Matters module.

Learn how to call out harassment

Become an active bystander. If you see something, say something. A culture of bystander action helps keep us all safe and contributes to our culture of promoting safety and wellbeing.