UNSW is a vibrant, multicultural campus with students and staff from over 120 different nationalities. We believe our cultural diversity is one of our main strengths, as it exposes us to alternative perspectives and experiences in our working, learning and research environments.
We are creating a campus culture that recognises the needs of people with disabilities and ensures the learning and teaching experience is welcoming and inclusive, and that the University’s built and digital environment is accessible for all.
We seek to foster a culture that is truly inclusive, in which students and staff of all genders feel valued, respected, and able to be their authentic selves, and where women and gender diverse people can participate equally in all areas and levels to achieve their full potential.
We understand LGBTQIA+ people continue to face challenges in society that their non-LGBTQIA+ equivalents may not experience and are committed to ensuring everyone can thrive in our community without experiencing alienation or ill-treatment by others at the University.