We provide a range of services at Murrup Barak to students, staff and the community.
Based on the Parkville campus, Murrup Barak is located in the Old Physics Building (Building 128).
To ensure a safe environment, Murrup Barak is only available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students via swipe access using a Staff/Student ID. If you require access, please get in contact with us.
If you are looking for additional advice and help with studying at the University of Melbourne, you can also contact Stop 1 if you are a current student. If you are looking to study and are not of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, you can submit an enquiry here.
Murrup Barak works to support students with their studies and is guided by the University's policies and strategies. If you are wanting more information about these policies, you can read about this on our strategy page. We kindly ask that you contact the Indigenous Strategy team if you require further information on University policy.
To make sure your enquiry is directed to the correct team at Murrup Barak, please choose an option below that is most relevant to your situation.
Thinking about studying at the University? Contact our Outreach team who provide one-on-one support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples interested in study at the University.
Contact our Student Success team if you are currently studying at the University.
Teachers, Support Staff and Schools
Contact our Outreach team if you are a Liaison Officer, Careers Counsellor, Community Worker, or Teacher working with someone interested in tertiary study.
Indigenous Tutorial Access Scheme (ITAS)
Contact our ITAS Coordinator if you are a student or tutor enquiring about the Indigenous Tutorial Access Scheme.
Additional information and access to the portal is available on our ITAS page.
If you are an employer looking to promote to students, you can list your opportunity on Careers Online, a self-managed, free service that the University provides for promoting job opportunities to current students, graduates, and alumni.
Please note that Murrup Barak does not manage this service. If you are interested in learning more about how we promote opportunities to students, please visit our dedicated Careers page.
Please direct all general enquiries via email to our Community Liaison Officer.
Wanting to study at the University?
Take a look at courses and degrees available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.Learn more