Respect, equity and diversity

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment

Our relationship with regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities is a central focus at CSU. We support the aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by providing employment, development and research opportunities.

LGBTIQ+

At CSU we respect and embrace differences around sex and/or gender identity and sexuality. We strive to make sure everyone can participate openly and freely, and achieve their full potential without fear of discrimination or harassment.

Gender equity

Gender equity is fundamental at CSU. We aim to improve the working lives of our employees and achieve equality through policy, collaboration and initiatives.

Domestic violence

We offer support to employees experiencing domestic violence, as well as to employees supporting a member of their immediate family experiencing domestic violence.

Family support

CSU strives to create a fair and inclusive workplace. We offer flexible work practices and a range of leave options that support a healthy work/life balance.

Disability

We are committed to providing a safe and accessible working environment where people with disability can participate fully in all aspects of employment.

Anti-discrimination

At CSU we have an obligation to prevent unlawful discrimination and harassment, and to foster an environment that is safe and inclusive for all.

Bullying and harassment

Every person has the right to be treated with dignity and respect, and to work and study in a safe and harassment-free environment. CSU is committed to the prevention and elimination of bullying and harassment in University-related activities, both on and off campus.

Work/life balance

​CSU strives to create a fair and inclusive workplace. We offer flexible work practices and a range of leave options that support a healthy work/life balance.​

We pay our respect to all First Nations elders both past and present from the lands where CSU students reside. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradjuri, Ngunawal, Gundungarra and Biripai peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the land where CSU campuses are located.