The Chaplaincy service is available to all staff and students. The chaplains:


  • act as mentors, offering friendly support to you, regardless of your beliefs or affiliations
  • offer pastoral counselling for spiritual, religious and personal issues
  • run study groups on scripture, faith and personal growth
  • give lectures, run workshops and research spirituality
  • hold worship services and meditation sessions.


See the spirituality website for further information.





Visit Career Connect


A trusted destination for:


  • career opportunities
  • leadership opportunities
  • volunteer opportunities


specific to your education and professional goals.





Careers, Leadership and Volunteering

Non-residential colleges  - a great way to enhance your Monash experience if you don't live on campus.

The primary aim of the colleges is to develop a strong sense of collegiality in a supportive environment without the need to live on campus. Benefits include:

  • participation in a range of social, cultural and sporting activities
  • social networking opportunities
  • engagement with the wider Monash community.


See benefits Non-Residential Colleges for further information.

Non-Residential Colleges

Residential Services provides:


  • on-campus accommodation with associated services and facilities (to more than 2000 residents)
  • off-campus accommodation services to all Monash staff and students
  • information and education regarding tenancy rights and responsibilities
  • the provision of and access to web-based housing resources including information fact sheets
  • assistance with tenancy issues and disputes. 


See the Monash Residential Services website for further information.

Residential Services

The Safer Community Unit provides specialist advice and support when you:


  • feel threatened or unsafe
  • have concerns about someone else's behaviour or wellbeing
  • have received unwanted attention
  • are you worried about someone harming themelves or someone else
  • wish to clarify issues of respsonsibility, confidentiality or duty of care.


See the Safer Community Unit website for further information.

Safer Community Unit

The Social Justice Unit supports Monash's commitment to diversity by managing:

  • Disability Services for students
  • Ally Network for students and staff who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex or queer (LGBTIQ)
  • Cultural inclusion and anti-racism initiatives
  • Diversity and Inclusion Week
  • Vice-Chancellor's Social Inclusion awards

See the Social Justice Unit website for further information.

Social Justice Unit

Monash Sport is the centre of healthy and active lifestyles at Monash University. We provide students, staff, alumni and the wider Monash community with:


  • health and fitness memberships
  • a wide range of fitness services
  • aquatic services and programs
  • casual court hire and venue bookings
  • social sport competitions
  • over 50 sporting clubs
  • sporting & fitness events
  • staff Wellbeing and Activity Programs
  • free informal sport and play opportunities.


See the Monash Sport website for further information.



Student Engagement & Support aims to enhance the experience of all students and facilitate their engagement with and progression through university.


We provide information, advice and support to students on:

  • orientation and transition programs
  • family programs & support
  • welfare and critical incident support
  • Open day
  • developing & maintaining relationships with key student organisations.


Student Engagement & Support

Over the last 10 years TeamMONASHTM has embodied the spirit of the Monash community through a range of sports based events and activities.

TeamMONASHTM now stands as its own organisational unit and will enhance the operational needs of the Campus Community Division and the greater university community.

TeamMONASHTM focusses on elements of:

  • self -development
  • social engagement
  • community contribution.  


For more information, please see TeamMONASHTM.


University Heath Services offer the following services to staff and students:

  • general medical - accredited general practice
  • dental
  • counselling.

See the University Health Services website for further information.


Qualified counsellors can assist students and staff with:

  • mental health support
  • academic support programs
  • meditation and mindfulness
  • adjusting to university life.

See the Counselling and Mental Health Programs website for further information



University Health Services & Counselling Services