Be good to each other
We believe that you deserve to be respected by other students and staff, whatever your background, beliefs, values or lifestyle choices. In return, we expect you to be equally respectful of others.
Be good neighbours
Be considerate to the people living and working around you, whether on or off campus. Small things make the difference, like being quiet when you arrive home late or when others are studying.
Be a learning partner
Studying at university is a mutual, active partnership and you’re a very important part of that partnership. By working together with other students and staff professionally and respectfully we can achieve our goals.
Be open to new cultures and ideas
At Stirling you'll experience many different cultures and ideas by being part of our diverse community. Learn from this and share your own culture and experiences with others.
Be sociable and get involved
There are many ways to get involved in the University and local community such as by joining clubs and societies, volunteering, becoming a module rep or simply being friendly and supportive to those around you. Those who give time and attention to others can get a lot back in return.
In your interactions and communications with other students and staff always be polite and respectful and expect the same in return. We do not tolerate abusive language, discrimination, bullying or harassment and neither should you.