At Chisholm, we’re all about looking out for you and making sure you have everything you need to thrive. If you ever need someone to talk to or have questions about your studies, our Student Support and Engagement team is here for you.

Life can throw a lot of things your way, and it can sometimes feel like too much.

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Our team can support you with issues such as:

  • Mental Health
  • Support Networks
  • Motivation
  • Housing circumstances
  • Alcohol & Other Drugs
  • Family Violence
  • Life Stress
  • Study Skills
  • Time management
  • Sleep and physical health

Chisholm has support in place to make sure you're set up for success. Don't hesitate to reach out if anything is getting in the way of your goals. We're here to help you through it.

Information for Parents and Guardians

Child Safety

Child Safety: Chisholm Institute takes keeping everyone safe extremely seriously. We follow the Child Safe Standards to make sure we create a safe and supportive environment for everyone under 18. You can read more about Chisholm’s commitment to Child Safety here.

If you feel unsafe or something happens on campus, report it to

If you need support with making a report, or you aren’t sure where to turn, contact Student Support on 1300 244 746 (option 4) and our counsellors can support you.

Youth News

Under 18s will also receive our Youth News to your email, sent out once per term. This newsletter includes valuable information to support your safety, success, and wellbeing during your time at Chisholm, and includes surveys to have your say (and win prizes). This newsletter is also sent out to parents/guardians to help them support you with your study journey.

Want to chat to the team?

To make an appointment, contact Student Support on 1300 244 746 (option 4) or email

Appointments can take place face-to-face at one of our support hubs, over the phone or via Zoom.

Need immediate support?

Student Support and Engagement is not a crisis or emergency service.

If your life, or the lives of others are in immediate danger, always call emergency services on triple zero (000).

For immediate crisis support, you can contact:

For a full list of emergency contacts, visit the Safer Communities.