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Your wellbeing at Bond University

Bond University is committed to providing programs, services and a supportive environment to ensure the wellbeing of all students both on campus and off-shore.  

Our team is prepared with an all encompassing service that takes into consideration every aspect of student wellbeing.

How we make it work for our students:

  • Provide confidential, non-judgmental and inclusive support
  • Connect students to appropriate support services such as counselling, accessibility, mentoring,¬†academic support, medical and career pathways‚Äč

Click on the services below to find the right support for you.  Unsure where to start?  
Contact a Student Wellbeing Advisor for a chat.


The BondCare reporting network can assist you in submitting a report or referral if you are facing concerns.

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Student Wellbeing Advisors

Welcome to the Bond Student Wellbeing Advisors team. We are here to help you get through. Bond University is a safe space and you deserve to feel supported.Student Wellbeing Advisors act as your advocate in wellbeing here on campus to connect you to the

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Accessibility and inclusion

Through the BondAbility platform, the Accessibility & Inclusion Advisor will ensure that Bond University students who require and qualify for reasonable adjustments, are afforded the same opportunities as their peers in all areas of campus life. Make an a

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Student counselling

Our Psychologists at Bond University provide free, confidential counselling service to help you with anything from academic, study pressures through to personal problems.

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Medical Clinic

The Medical Clinic is a service for currently enrolled Students and Staff members of Bond University. Make an appointment with our Doctor on +61 7 5595 4043. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm

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Contact Bond Wellbeing Services

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07 5595 3052 (M - F 8.30am to 5pm)

Faculty support / SASQ

The Student Affairs and Service Quality (SASQ) Office is responsible for providing student support services within each Faculty. Support includes:

  • Coordinating student representation
  • Negotiating resolution of student issues
  • Managing disability service plans
  • Facilitating student academic appeals processes
  • Managing academic integrity and student misconduct issues