6.5 Community and Values
At Warwick, we believe that every individual in our University community should be treated with dignity and respect and be part of a working and learning environment that is free from barriers, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership and pregnancy or maternity status.
We value our diverse and international community, the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge and research with real impact.
We want to support our students and each other to become critical thinkers and collaborative yet independent learners – individuals with a global and sustainable outlook, who are able to make an active and positive contribution to society. At the same time, we are committed to working towards a supportive, accessible and inclusive environment.
We uphold the importance not only of freedom of thought and expression, but also the significance of academic and personal integrity, equality and diversity, and mutual respect and consideration for the rights, safety and dignity of all.
We place great importance on the responsible behaviour of both our students and staff at Warwick. It is important for you, as a student, to have an idea of Warwick’s core values and an understanding of the primary expectations of
student members of the Warwick community. Take a look at the following to help you understand what this means for you:
What’s Expected of Students at Warwick, which summarises key expectations for students and signposts to associated support
Equal Opportunities Statement, setting the value we place on maintaining an inclusive environment where all can contribute and reach their full potential
Dignity at Warwick Policy, setting out how our differences are respected and valued and
how we aim to prevent and address harassment and bullying
University Strategy, which sets our vision as a world-class university and our values
Warwick Student Community Statement, which sets out aims for the University as well as for students
University Calendar, the main ‘rule book’ and includes ordinances and regulations which you need to be aware of, including examinations, cheating, use of computing facilities and behaviour
Student Rights and Responsibilities, which provides quick and easy links to University regulations, policies and guidelines that govern what a student can expect from the University and what they need to adhere to as a student