The Australian Centre for Student Equity and Success acknowledges Indigenous peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our campuses are situated. With a history spanning 60,000 years as the original educators, Indigenous peoples hold a unique place in Australia. We recognise the importance of their knowledge and culture, and reflect the principles of participation, equity, and cultural respect in our work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present, and future, and consider it an honour to learn from our Indigenous colleagues, partners, and friends.

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Building a stronger evidence base to support effective outreach strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Increasing impact and university participation
This Equity Fellowship focused on outreach programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and examines “what works” and what could be improved in these programs. Most universities are running outreach initiatives for Indigenous high school students. The study identified the need for improved post-camp engagement with students, as well as cultural aspects and Indigenous perspectives in the curriculum.
Informing Policy and Practice V
The fifth volume in the Informing Policy and Practice series collates 21 reports from the NCSEHE Student Equity in Higher Education Research Grants and Equity Fellows Programs.
Student Voice — Stories of Success: Helen Miller
This NCSEHE Student Voice project updates the story of Helen Miller, as she navigated the online learning environment brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting persons with disabilities to succeed in higher education
This NCSEHE Equity Fellowship Report showed a universal approach to accessible facilities, course delivery, and disability awareness will enhance participation and success for university students with disability, particularly those from regional areas.
Indigenous students' journeys to and through allied healthcare programs
This report by NCSEHE Equity Fellow Dr Andrea Simpson calls for stronger links between vocational and higher education to promote Indigenous participation in healthcare study.
Now is the time to revamp university student mental health reporting systems
NCSEHE Research fellow Catherine Drane calls for universities to revamp their student mental health reporting systems, and in doing so, continue to play an important role in supporting the mental health of their students.
Meaningful jobs for students with disability: From luck to business as usual
This major study by NCSEHE Equity Fellow David Eckstein highlighted opportunities and barriers in career support for university students with disability.
Building a stronger evidence base to support effective outreach strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Increasing impact and university participation
Research shows Indigenous school students value the opportunity to build connections with their peers through university outreach camps, but more could be done to improve the delivery and evaluation of these programs.
Investigating transitions to university from regional South Australian high schools
NCSEHE-funded research found high-achieving students from regional South Australia transitioned from school to university at lower rates than students in metropolitan areas, despite ATAR students’ higher education aspirations.
‘You going to uni?’ Exploring how people from regional, rural and remote areas navigate into and through higher education
Dr Janine Delahunty's 2020 NCSEHE Equity Fellowship report recommends engaging and supporting students from RRR areas to identify their strengths and hopes for the future and communicate their challenges to improve educational outcomes.