Harassment & Non-discrimination Policies
Our universities have existing anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies that address gender and sexual orientation. We have compiled the relevant policies here for reference. If you have experienced discrimination or harassment based on your sexual orientation or gender, including your gender identity or expression, you may wish to consider seeking redress through these policies.
Code of Conduct
National University of Singapore
According to the Student Code of Conduct, students should avoid the the purveying or dissemination of pejorative viewpoints along sectarian lines including but not limited to issues on race, language, religion, gender, sexuality, age, nationality.
Read the NUS Code of Conduct here: http://nus.edu.sg/osa/docs/default-source/osa-doc/resources-and-policies/code-of-student-conduct.pdf?sfvrsn=14040e3d_4
Nanyang Technological University
Part (h) of the university’s code of conduct states that discrimination against a person or group on the basis of national origin, culture, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other trait is strictly prohibited.
Singapore Institute of Technology
Under the Student Honor Code, students are expected to embrace diversity and be appreciative of individual differences, as well as exercise mutual respect and tolerance.
Read the Student Honor Code here: https://sitsingaporetechedu.sharepoint.com/sites/Students/Shared%20Documents/Guides%20&%20Policies/StudentHonourCode.pdf
The Non-Discrimination policy states that the College is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all community members regardless of race, religion, nationality, culture, gender identity, sexual orientation, and socio-economic class.
Read the Non-Discrimination policy here: https://studentlife.yale-nus.edu.sg/policies/free-speech-and-non-discrimination/
Singapore Management University
Part (O) of the Student Code of Conduct states that discrimination, which refers to “harassing any member of the community related to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity and expression”, may subject students to action within the University Conduct Review Process.
Read the SMU Code of Conduct here: https://oasis.smu.edu.sg/Documents/Downloads/DOS-WKLSWC/SMU%20Code%20of%20Student%20Conduct%20(2019).pdf