Anti-social behaviour of any kind is never okay. Share your experience anonymously or provide your contact details.
Learn more about what Share and Support is and access our range of marketing materials.
There are many forms of bullying, and lots of support services that can help victims of bullying.
Discrimination can be direct or indirect. Discover the definition of each and find out how we can help.
Harassment comes in many forms. Discover the different ways you may be being harassed, and how we can help.
Hate crimes and hate incidents are serious and often go unreported. Find out what a hate crime is and the support you can access.
Discover what sexual violence and assault is, your reporting options and the support available to you.
There are a range of policies in place to support students at the University. Discover them all here!
The University offers a range of support services to suit your needs.
If you are in danger or need instant support, contact one of our recommended emergency contacts.
togetherall is a 24/7 mental health support network available to all students at the University.
A range of University Policies and Procedures provide a framework to consider and resolve issues.
The Student’ Handbook of Regulations outlines how the University will handle:
• Complaints• Disputes.
Staff in Student Services and the Students’ Union advice centre are available to guide you through the processes and enable you decide your next steps.
• You can book an appointment via iPoint• You can use the report and speak to an advisor facility and we will get in touch with you.
• Student Mental Health Policy and Guidelines provides guidance for staff and students in helping with mental health difficulties.• Social Media Policy• You can use the report and provide your contact details facility and we will get in touch with you.