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"Our EDI vision for the university is to be a leader and role model in equality and diversity in the higher education sector both nationally and internationally and for EDI to be at the heart of all we do. This will inspire us to excel by learning and working together to maximise the benefits of our diversity and to be in a position to measure our success" going forward. Source: Athlone Institute of Technology - Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy - Governing Body approved 13th May 2020
TUS International Refugee Week
National Student & Researcher Helpdesk (coming soon)
College of Sanctuary
TUS (formerly Athlone Institute of Technology) achieved ‘College of Sanctuary’ status in 2017 in recognition of its efforts to create a culture of welcome and inclusion for asylum seekers, refugees and migrants on campus. It was the third HEI to do so (after DCU and UL). Following this award, the institute established the Institute of Sanctuary Scholarship Programme, which runs on an annual basis. The scholarship comprises six places on the TUS access programme, as well as three scholarships for students on undergraduate programmes. Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS), University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin City University (DCU), University College Cork (UCC) and the University of Limerick (UL) are the only Irish third levels to have this designation.
TUS Pride Week
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Discover your library collections & read with PRIDE! Alongside all of the academic materials to support the curriculum in the library collections, we also have an extensive range of materials on a wide range of LGBTQI issues as well as materials representing voices of the community, stories, perspectives, lived experiences, and more.
Friday 1st April 2022.
International Women's Day today 8th March 2022