Being away from home means lots of things to all students. It can include making new friends, new experiences, a new home or residential college, trying new things, homesickness or culture shock.
We support the sexual health of international students through a number of approaches, which include direct and indirect work with the students themselves.
Services and resources we offer
We offer a range of workshops that are tailored for international students, including a ‘risky behaviour’ session.
We regularly attend events where it is appropriate for us to hold an information stall, such as Health Month events, O-Week events, and Market days. Our interactive information stall includes games, prizes, free sexual health information in over 20 languages, free condom packs, and more promotional material. To request a stall, contact Mekita Vanderheyde, Multicultural Resources, Training and Community Development Officer on 3844 9166 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Collegiate teams are student leaders who live in residential colleges and provide a professional link between administrative staff and residential college students.
We are currently in the planning stages of developing a Peer Mentoring Program (PMP) for international students, which we hope to pitch to international student club leaders and participants.
If you are interested in further information about any of our work around international students, please contact Mekita Vanderheyde, Multicultural Resources, Training and Community Development Officer on 3844 9166 or email@example.com