Students experience a physically safe and mutually supportive learning environment that responds to the needs of all students.
Students have adequate access to advice, information and services which help them to meet their basic needs.
Students are assisted by providers to manage their physical and mental health, and to access support when needed.
Students are assisted by providers to transition to tertiary study, progress and achieve in their studies, and to develop knowledge, skills and experience to prepare them for further work or study.
Students experience an inclusive learning environment where they are accepted and valued, respected, free from racism and discrimination, and connected with social and cultural networks.
The mana of students is upheld in their learning environment and their voices are heard and integrated in decisions around the planning and provision of student support services.