Australian Catholic University’s (ACU) Brisbane Campus reopened Monday after closing last week due to flood risk. Staff and students are advised to take particular care when travelling to and from campus.
If you need to access the campus in an emergency, please contact security on (07) 3623 7123
Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Craven has announced that the University will contribute $10 000 to support flood victims through the St Vincent de Paul Flood Appeal.
Please visit the websites below for more information:
- Brisbane City Council
- ABC Local Radio
- Bureau of Meteorology
- Queensland Government Traffic and Travel Information
For 24 hour counselling telephone 13 11 14 or visit the Lifeline website
ACU’s Counselling Service website is also available.
Students and staff can book an appointment to meet with a counsellor in First Semester.
Free counselling is also available to staff and their immediate families through ACU's Employee Assistance Program provider, ACCESS Programs, telephone 1800 81 87 28.
Due to the current flood crisis in Brisbane, online enrolments and responses to admissions enquiries to ACU may be delayed.
It is anticipated that formal QTAC offers will go out on Saturday 15 or Sunday 16 January and successful applicants will have until 23 January to respond to QTAC. If you have already enrolled online with ACU as a result of receiving the email offer from ACU, you will still need to respond to QTAC.
Prospective students are encouraged to check the ACU website regularly for updates.
If you have an enquiry about the recent ACU offer round you can call 1300 ASK ACU (1300 275 228) or visit www.acu.edu.au/askacu where you can find answers to frequently asked questions and read the latest news and information.