Women’s rooms exist across all campuses and are a place for female-identifying and gender non-conforming students to relax, socialise and study in a welcoming and supportive environment. These rooms feature information on women’s health, support services as well as pads, tampons and condoms.
These are autonomous spaces where it is expected individuals utilising them do so in a respectful manner.
Burwood – H 1. 20.02
Warrnambool – G 1.02
Waterfront – D 1.203.02
Waurn Ponds – JB 2.112
Queer rooms are maintained at Burwood and Waurn Ponds campuses.
These are welcoming, supportive, and semi-autonomous spaces for queer identifying students; designed to foster a sense of community and provide vital information and resources relevant to their experience. There is an expectation of respect, understanding, and confidence.
Burwood – Building C (ground floor, next to security)
Waurn Ponds – Building JB (ground floor, near DUSA reception)
No, these rooms will be closed until further notice.
DUSA stands for Deakin University Student Association and stands for each and every student. We are the heart of campus life – running events, clubs, sport, free food days, advocacy and welfare to name some services. Run by students, for students, DUSA is here to help students succeed in every way possible. Need help? Just Ask!
Yes – everyone is welcome! Non Deakin enrolled students can join as an Associate member.
Sometimes students ask questions that are not in relation to Academic Integrity, or the DUSA Advocates require further information so that they can answer the question. If you see your question here, we recommend contacting the DUSA Advocates. They can provide you with support regarding your circumstances and/or help you find the service you need.