There's lots of accessibility and inclusion support available – and who better to talk you through it than a student who knows what it's like to live with disability and is passionate about helping others?
You may have heard the term 'student misconduct', but do you know what it actually means? Professor Lisa Hanna explains the rights and wrongs of student behaviour, and what could happen if you face an allegation of misconduct.
At Deakin, we say no to 'deadnaming'. If you’re a transgender, gender-diverse or non-binary student, we fully support your right to use your preferred name – here's how to update your personal details in our systems.
If you're registered with the Disability Resource Centre, we'd love to know how you find our services. Just check your email for a survey link to complete – you could also win one of two $250 gift cards!
Affirmative consent is now the law in Victoria, which means that everyone must get clear and enthusiastic consent before engaging in sexual activity. Find out more about these changes.
Wear it Purple Day is Friday 25 August! We encourage you to get involved – grab your free tickets to AFLW Pride Round, attend an awesome party or learn about rainbow families and inclusive language in our podcast.
This Victorian Government program is for students with disability in justice-related courses like law, criminology, paralegal work, psychology, social work and emergency management. Applications close on 8 September.
In this short module, some inspiring Deakin students share their stories and perspectives of living and studying with disability. You'll also learn what disability support is available to our community – for yourself or to help others.
We want Deakin to be a great place to study, work and spend time. But it takes all of us to keep our culture positive, safe and inclusive. Here's what you can do.
Do you understand the meaning and importance of a Welcome to Country? Find out why this tradition is so significant to Indigenous communities – and see one for yourself on campus during NAIDOC Week.
Fayen d’Evie's work aims to remove barriers and allow all people, including people with disability, to experience contemporary art. Register now to hear her lecture, either in person at Burwood Campus or online.