ANU University Experience Division is within the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student and University Experience) Portfolio.
The University Experience Division’s key roles are:
Supporting students in the creation of an inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible environment.
Working collaboratively with the wider University to implement wide ranging strategic initiatives and programs.
Enhance the quality of the student experience by providing high quality student services.
Ensure strong student access and equity policies and procedures, including effective interaction with Student Associations, student representatives and the wide university community.
The Engagement and Success team supports student success through co-designed programs, activities and support that enhance leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and community engagement.
The Student Safety and Wellbeing team coordinate support to the ANU community through a Nurse Practitioner and experienced Case Managers with backgrounds in health (mental health nursing), social work, human services and counselling.
The Respectful Relationship Unit enables ANU communities draw on internal assets to disrupt the systems and cultures that drive sexual violence; finding new and creative ways of working, studying and living together where safety, respect and inclusion at the heart of local community and organisational life.
The Medical Centre provides health and wellness through a comprehensive range of health services free of charge to ANU students and ANU Counselling promotes, supports and enhances mental health and wellbeing within the ANU community.