Personal Wellbeing Support
The Guild’s own Student Assist team is made up of social workers and a counsellor, to help support you through stressful times. The Student Assist Counsellor is a free service with unlimited sessions, available in-person or online.
You can turn to Student Assist for stress management and mental health advice, or issues relating to discrimination, disabilities, sexuality and more.Find out more
Access free, professional and confidential support throughout your time at university.
The Centre offers students an opportunity to experience the many benefits of meditation under the guidance of a trained meditation practitioner, and is free to use on weekdays.
Daily drop-in meditation: weekdays 12-1PM
Guided meditation: Tuesday & Thursday 1.15-1.45PM
The Welfare Department is responsible for events, campaigns and initiatives relating to student welfare.
Check out the Welfare Department@uwaguild_welfare
The Health Promotion Unit offer opportunities to upskill in various areas across health and wellbeing to improve the lives of yourself and your peers, build resilience and reach your fullest potential.
If you are feeling worried, stressed or upset, get support now by dropping into The Living Room in Shenton House weekdays 11am-4pm for a chat. No appointment necessary, there's always someone available to listen and help.
Physical Health Services
The University Medical Centre is a fully equipped and accredited service supporting the campus community with high-quality safe and confidential care.
The home of sport & fitness at UWA, with a fully equipped gym, classes, social and competitive sports, court hire and a pool.
The Guild Sports Department promotes an active lifestyle, working with UWA Sport and Guild clubs to deliver activities like Inter-Faculty Sports during semester.