Something to report?
We respond to notifications of sexual assault or sexual harassment, concerns raised in relation to wellbeing or behaviour, reports of misconduct and the lodgement of general concerns or complaints.
You can report:
- Concerns or complaints about inappropriate or concerning behaviour
- Disclosures or reports of sexual harm, including sexual assault and sexual harassment
- Child safety concerns
- General complaints about a service or your University experience
- Wellbeing concerns about yourself or someone you know
What does the Safe and Fair Community Unit do?
The Safe and Fair Community Unit (SaFCU) aims for early identification and intervention of concerning behaviour which could affect the safety and wellbeing of individuals or other community members. If you have experienced sexual assault or sexual harassment, or observed concerning or unacceptable behaviour, or you wish to make a complaint, we encourage you to contact SaFCU.
We are here to listen, provide information and advice regarding your options and support, and where appropriate, will facilitate actions to assist you with your situation.
Addressing Food Insecurity
TUSA's new initiative - The Food Hub, provides food relief and support on the Sandy Bay campus. It's available for all University of Tasmania students who are experiencing food insecurity. Students can Register here.
Location: The Ref*, Sandy Bay campus
Opening Hours: 11am-2pm, Mon - Fri (Including UTAS holidays, closed on public holidays.)
*The Ref is open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm, and is a great space for students to connect, hang out and study.