As a College founded on feminist values, Janet Clarke Hall provides an environment not only where students can flourish academically, but also prosper personally. Our strong College culture is underpinned by respect and openness. As a student body, we are dedicated to facilitating these conversations and fostering a caring environment within our College.
From the moment students enter the door, they should feel safe and cared for in a family-like environment. The Student Club plays an important role in this, and we are committed to working closely with staff to ensure that this is so for all students. With a small student body of around a hundred students, we have uniquely tight-knit group in which every student is valued. Through orientation, the focus is on developing friendships and trust. There is a focus on respectful relationships and our duty to others. This is our highest priority for the Student Club in 2019.
Mr William Bonwick, Senior Student and President;
Ms Eleanor McCormack, Vice-President
Janet Clarke Hall Student Club
At Janet Clarke Hall, we believe that bullying, harassment, sexual assault, sexual harassment and discrimination are never okay.
This University of Melbourne anonymous register allows students, staff, alumni or visitors to record instances of inappropriate behaviour without making a formal report, although we still encourage formal reporting where possible: