Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Edinburgh Napier University aims to be sector leading in our approach and known as a University that acts with respect and integrity and creates an environment where everyone feels proud, confident, challenged and supported.
What do we mean by 'inclusion’?
We promote diversity in our student and staff community.
Valuing diversity enables every member of our University community to achieve their full potential. This is inclusion. The principles of our Inclusion Statement apply to all our staff and students.
Our Inclusion Strategy
Our Inclusion Strategy sets out our commitment to the creation of an inclusive culture at Edinburgh Napier University, and is summarised in our Inclusion Statement. We have made several commitments to our staff to ensure we are inclusive. This is also one of our values.
British Sign Language
Universities and Colleges in Scotland are required to publish institutional plans which demonstrate that the Deaf, Deafblind and BSL Community are welcomed and included at our University. You can find Edinburgh Napier’s plan here.
Edinburgh Napier has gained Disability Confident Employer Level 2 status. This demonstrates that we have tested our business against a set of statements about employing disabled people. More information can be found here.
Chaplaincy and Quiet Rooms
Our Chaplaincy service aims to offer support to students and staff and remains available to you during these worrying times. Contact details, along with local churches and places of worship can be found here, or alternativley, follow the links below for more details on specific Chapliancy services.
Quiet Rooms are also available for students and staff on each campus. More information can be found here.