The University of Rostock profits from diversity of its university members and considers it as a resource of its development. Different diversity features such as gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, mental and physical abilities, social origin, age, religion and worldview shape individual living conditions and often present challenges for the organization of study and work.

The University of Rostock provides a wide range of consulting services for its members to support them in different conditions. These services and contact points are subdivided below into different thematic areas.