Access for All
The University of New England is proud of its diverse student, staff and visitor population and is constantly working to improve access to the UNE experience for everyone, regardless of their background or current situation.
We are supporting students, who are:
- Elite Athletes
- Carers of a family member with a disability/health condition
- living with a disability/health condition
- living remotely
- Defence Reservists
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
- Emergency Service Volunteers
- Students who are First-in-Family
- Low SES
- International Students
There are a range of services for students from different backgrounds and with different interests that aim to improve access to UNE for everyone!
UNE Life Clubs & Societies
There are a range of clubs and societies run at UNE for students from various backgrounds and/or with a range of interests.
Oorala Aboriginal Centre
UNE Women’s Society Women’s Space
UNE Diversity Advisory Committee
The Committee provides oversight and advice to the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer on all aspects of diversity.
UNE Ally Network
We are re-establishing the Ally Network that supports the inclusion of LGBTIQ members of the UNE community. We will post updates here.