If you have a disability or medical condition, UniAccess can ensure you enjoy uni life to the full, from sourcing assistive technologies, to organising alternative exam arrangements.
The Access Department represents UWA students who have lived experiences with disability, medical conditions and mental health, and students currently in a carer’s role.Follow them at @uwastudentguild_access
Pride promotes the visibility of LGBT+ students on campus through regular social activities, notices, and activism.
The Ethnocultural Collective acts as a representative voice for culturally and linguistically diverse students to the Guild Council. They run events and initiatives to ensure that these students are included at university, and to celebrate cultural diversity.
The Women's Department exists to represent and advocate for women and non-binary students on campus. The Department also works to produce resources and run campaigns and fun events to foster a community amongst female and non-binary students.
UWA’s School of Indigenous Studies (SIS) provides a resource, advice & support centre for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students on campus, including students in the Aboriginal Orientation Course and undergraduate and postgraduate students.
UWA is committed to supporting a diversity of cultural, religious and non-religious backgrounds, promoting interfaith conversation and collaboration. Find out more about our Interfaith Calendar, prayer facilities, Chaplaincy program and more.
There are also a number of Guild-affiliated faith-based and spiritual clubs and societies on campus to get involved with.