Equality and Diversity
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.
- University of Strathclyde Equality Policy
- Disability Policy - Under Review
- LGBT+ Policy
- Policy on Dress Code and Appearance
- Guidance for students and staff on student maternity, maternity/ 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
Please click here to read support for Trans students and staff FAQs on campus.
Students Academic Policies & Procedures can be found here.
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.
Read the guidance by clicking this link: what equality law means for you as a student
The University has a portfolio of equality policies that meet the diverse needs of our staff, students and visitors.