Part of the role of the Welfare/Equality Officer focuses on diversity in the university and aims to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and equally. This means, for example, no matter if you’re 16 or 60, straight, LGBT, Irish, International, religious, have special needs or a disability, there is a place for you in ATU Donegal and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!
Don’t be afraid to pop up to the Welfare/Equality Officer in the SU at any time if you have any questions or issues or if you just fancy a chat.

Diversity Week takes place during January each year and is a week where we celebrate all the diversity we have in the college.  We encourage all students to get involved – this is a great opportunity for everyone to embrace and celebrate our diversity!

The USI Equality Campaign

The USI Equality Campaign is the national student led equality campaign. The campaign has five major focuses: Students with Disabilities, Gender Equality, International Students, LGBT Students and Mature Students.

The campaign aims to support students by breaking down stereotypes and fighting discrimination within the third-level education system. For more information on the USI Equality Campaign, check out the link below: