The University is committed to equal opportunity in academic pursuit and employment, and hence to the elimination of any form of discrimination and harassment by members of the University community.
Sexual harassment is both an ethical and legal issue for members of staff and students as well as an issue of discrimination which LU will not condone or tolerate any form of sexual harassment. LU has established policy and procedures against sexual harassment which sets out the mechanism for handling complaints of sexual harassment.
The scholarships recognise women university students at local tertiary institutions who excelled in their academic performance and take part in community services through its annual scholarship scheme.
Concentration on Environment and Sustainability under the Master of Cities and Governance focuses on sustainability and emerging environmental problems, highlighting the unfolding topic on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) concepts and planning.
To support community innovation and entrepreneurship (I&E) related projects, Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative (LEI) developed various programmes and provided support to engage public audiences and community members.