The University has a portfolio of equality policies that meet the diverse needs of our staff, students and visitors.
Equality & Diversity Policies
These policies and the Strathclyde Equality Outcomes 2017-2021 provide a framework for the institution and help the University to perform the duties of the Equality Act 2010.
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy & Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy (Appendices)
- Disability Policy - Under Review
- Guidance and Support for LGBT+ Staff and Students
- Policy on Dress Code and Appearance
- Guidance for students and staff on student maternitymaternity/ paternity support and adoption
- Mental Health and Well Being Policy
- Dignity & Respect Policy
Please contact the Dignity and Respect Advisers for advice/ support. You may also report anonymously online:Report and Support
Students and the Equality Act 2010
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced guidance on what equality law means for you as a student. This explains equality rights for students in higher education. All higher education institutions have legal obligations placed by the Equality Act 2010 prohibiting discrimination, harassment or victimisation against students.