Anti-discrimination Services

Stralsund University of Applied Sciences is committed to provide a learn and work environment free from discrimination. Our anti-discrimination work and services contribute towards an open and tolerant campus culture, one that is characterized by mutual trust and respect.

Diversity, anti-discrimination and equal opportunities are issues relevant in most areas of university life and their realization requires a broad awareness as well as wide participation across all university bodies. The administrative department of anti-discrimination offers advice and support to departments, professors, colleagues and students.


Upcoming office hours:

Mon, May 27, 2024: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Thu, June 6, 2024: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Individual appointments can also be made via phone or e-Mail antidiskriminierung(at)

The support services are confidential. You can remain anonymous if you wish.

The moodle-course "Antidiskriminierung" offers reading material and further information on topics relating to anti-discrimination. New content on queer/LGBTQ+ issues has been added for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia on May 17th.


If you are affected by structural inequality or if you experience marginalization, stigmatization or harassment on campus that you would like to address, I can offer confidential support based on your personal wishes and needs.

If you are looking for professional advice or feedback, I can offer expertise regarding anti-discrimination, equal opportunities or diversity, and can assist you with ideas on inclusive teaching or administrative services.

Online Contact Form

The anti-discrimination services can now be easily contacted online by university members using the e-HOST services. Every message will be forwarded anonymously to the anti-discrimination services only. If you wish to receive further support, you can opt to add contact details.

Online Contact Form (via eHOST)

Anti-discrimination Policy

The Anti-discrimination Policy of Stralsund University of Applied Sciences represents our campus values: Respect, trust and appreciation of each and every person as well as of our collective diversity, and a broad- and open-mindedness towards others and the world. The translation is intended solely as a convenience to the non-German-reading university members and affiliates. Any discrepancies or differences that may arise in translation of the official German version of this policy are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes.

Information on the anti-discrimination services and the anti-discrimination policy are also available on Moodle.


Past events:

Anti-discrimination Work

Anti-discrimination work aims to bring positive changes on different levels.

On an individual level, anti-discrimination means providing support and counseling services as well as empowering those affected by structural inequality.

On an institutional or organizational level, anti-discrimination aims to realize equal opportunities, secure equal participation and to protect and prevent members from being discriminiated against.

On a societal level, a culture of anti-discrimination can bring about meaningful change in various areas, e.g. law, politics, history or media.

Merle Hoffmann



+49 3831 45 6780


134, Haus 1