Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

Gender & LGBT+

Discover how the Faculty of Arts & Humanities supports gender equality and aims to create more inclusive environments for cis, LGBT+ and non-binary students and staff.

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Race Equality

Race equality is everyone’s responsibility. Explore our current work on decolonising the curriculum as part of our commitment to embedding the TUOS Race Equality and Action Plan.

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Disabilities including Mental Health

The Faculty is committed to creating an inclusive environment for students and staff with disabilities, including people living with mental health conditions. Learn more about how the university can meet your disability needs.

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Firstgensheffield

FirstGenSheffield

For Arts and Humanities students who are first in their family to attend university, including dual honours students, mature students and students from care. The programme is split across two semesters, with "Welcome to Sheffield" in the Autumn semester open to first year students only and "Careers and Employability" in the Spring Semester open to all years.

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Diversity

Widening Participation & First Generation Students

Learn how the Faculty works to ensure that students from underrepresented backgrounds achieve their full potential at university. This includes support for students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds, first in family to attend university, young adult carers and care leavers.

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Religion and faith

Religion and Beliefs

We believe that the variety of religious beliefs and practices among staff and students enrich and make a positive difference to University life. Discover the opportunities for worship, prayer and spiritual exploration.

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