The University of Western Australia affirms its strong endorsement and acceptance of people with a disability or medical condition.
UWA is committed to meeting their needs by providing an environment of equitable opportunity and outcomes, appropriate access and support.
The UWA Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) has been developed as part of the University's overarching commitment to equity and diversity which is clearly articulated in the UWA 2030 and the UWA 2020-2025 Strategic Plan.
This commitment is formalised through various policies and plans, including the University's Equal Opportunity and Diversity Policy statement and the UWA Policy on Disability and Medical Conditions.
The University's core values of equity and excellence are the fundamental principles for the achievement of the full potential of all staff and students.
The University is committed to ensuring that the campus experience of people with a disability, whether they are staff, students or visitors, is similar to that experienced by the University community as a whole, and that staff and students with a disability enjoy success in the same measure as their peers.
UWA Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2025
Read the full text of the action plan and implementation schedule:
- UWA DAIP Progress Report 2019 [PDF File, 381.7 KB] Updated: 31 Jul 2020
- UWA Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020 - 2025 Final [PDF File, 216.6 KB] Updated: 08 Oct 2020
- UWA Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020 - 2025 Final [MS Word Document, 113.1 KB] Updated: 08 Oct 2020
A University for All Abilities - this article is available on pages 8-9 of the April edition (Vol. 27, No. 4) of UWA News.