Please consider completing the Student Safety and Respect at Flinders survey


Your voice matters and the University needs your help and feedback!

Flinders students, we’re asking for your help to assist us in understanding how we can best raise awareness and provide important information to Flinders students on getting support and reporting sexual harassment and sexual assault at the Uni.

We value your input and feedback, which will help us in providing a safe, respectful and inclusive learning environment for Flinders students.

By completing this survey, you will go into the draw to win one of five $100 gift cards to thank you for your time and contribution. The survey closes Friday 4th June at midday, takes approximately 20 minutes, and can be completed hereYou may remain anonymous if you wish to, however you will not go into the draw to win.

The survey will ask about you about the following topics:

  • Safety On Campus webpage
  • Awareness and consent campaigns currently run at Flinders
  • Visibility and accessibility of support and reporting options at Flinders
  • Culture and training at Flinders
  • The ‘Be A Better Human’ campaign by Flinders University Student Association (FUSA)

The aim of the survey is to gain student feedback at a broad level on how Flinders addresses sexual harassment and sexual assault, safety and respect, and how we could improve in supporting students in this area. There is no expectation of personal disclosure in this survey.

We acknowledge that talking about or reflecting on these issues can be distressing. If you would like to talk to a Counsellor, Flinders offers free and confidential counselling 24/7:

    • Monday-Friday 8.45am-5pm: call 8201 2118 or email .
    • Flinders Out of Hours Crisis Line 1300 512 409 (call) or 0488 884 103 (text).

You can also call 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732), the national 24/7 confidential telephone counselling service for people who have experienced or are supporting someone who has experienced sexual assault and/or domestic family violence.

Flinders University is committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive learning environment and has zero tolerance for sexual assault and sexual harassment.

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