Social inclusion and widening participation
UTS aims to provide equitable access to university education and support for all students to reach their full personal and career potential.
The widening participation strategy reflects this commitment by charting a holistic approach to opening university education to diverse groups in the community.
UTS offers a wide range of support services to help students with all aspects of study, work and student life. Many of these services are designed to meet the specific needs of individuals including disability, Indigenous and language support, these include:
- Ally program providing active support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and intersex members of the UTS community,
- equity-related complaints resolution process and a preventing discrimination and harassment resource, and
- SHOUTS (Sex-based harassment out of UTS) campaign.
Details of the other support services can be found at UTS: Current students.