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Respect. Now. Always

Edith Cowan College is committed to cultivating a respectful and inclusive community where everyone can feel safe and supported.

An environment of respect

Everyone has the right to a safe and comfortable learning environment

Edith Cowan College is committed to ensuring all students, staff and stakeholders are able to study and work in a safe environment, free of harassment or inequality. ECC will not tolerate any behaviour that constitutes bullying, harassment, sexual assault or discrimination.

In collaboration with ECU, ECC students and staff are protected by ECU Security Services and supported by the ECC Student Counsellor and ECC management.

In the event of any incident, ECC will provide support and where possible, liaise with external emergency services, professional counselling services and/or community and religious organisations. Whether the incident occurs on or off campus, if it affects your studies, ECC staff will offer whatever assistance we can to help.

Learn more about Respect. Now. Always

Get support when you need it

Access free and confidential counselling services

The ECC Student Counsellor provides free and confidential counselling services to currently enrolled ECC students who are experiencing difficulties that may impact their ability to study. The Student Counsellor can offer emotional support to help you to find solutions to your problems or provide advice on how best to cope with these issues.

Learn more about Counselling Services and how to book an appointment.

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