Griffith University celebrates diversity and promotes equity and inclusion

It's everyone's responsibility at Griffith to ensure equity and Equal Employment Opportunity are part of our daily work and study environment. Equal Opportunity means that all people, regardless of gender, race, colour, age, marital or parental status, sexuality, gender identity, disability or religious belief have the same access to opportunities and conditions, and can expect to study and work in an environment that is free of discrimination or harassment.

Equity has always been part of our ethos as a University and as an employer.  We aim to be a University where people want to work.  This requires practices and policies to build a work environment which reflects the diversity of Australian society and where people and performance are valued.

Professor Ian O'Connor, Vice Chancellor and President.

Our staff and student diversity

Griffith is known for its welcoming environment, and we're proud to celebrate the diversity of our staff and students.

3 Identified genders

30,329 F; 21,700 M; 12 X



Identified First Peoples


Identified with a disability


Born outside of Australia


Non-English speaking backgrounds


People with disabilities

At Griffith University we are always seeking ways to remove barriers to the participation of people with disability in higher education.

We welcome applications for employment from people with disabilities and provide support to staff and managers through workplace assessments and reasonable adjustments.

Jobs at Griffith

Disability action plan

Accessibility and Inclusion

Contact us

Harassment Contact Officers
Office of Human Resource Management Room 1.26 Bray Centre (N54) Griffith University 170 Kessels Road Nathan Qld 4111