The SU supports the University work to protect students against unlawful treatment based on protected characteristics by ensuring that all students are aware of their responsibilities in relation to equality, diversity and inclusion.
The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy applies to all aspects of the student journey including student recruitment, admissions, academic learning, student support, learning support, facilities, IT, and associated communication. This policy applies to students, prospective students, associated visitors and guests.
The University takes discrimination, harassment and bullying seriously and has a responsibility to ensure that any student’s concerns are resolved as quickly as possible.
The SU participates in the University EDI steering group. Contact the SU President if you have any comments and/or feedback. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Do you have a concern?
The University has support available for you:
Student Wellbeing and Disability
Our Wellbeing and Disability Team offers confidential support and specialist advice, including if you just need to talk to someone briefly or you need more in-depth help. Whether your concern is for your studies or your mental health, they can help you get the support you need. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our partners at Spectrum Life have doctors, security experts and assistance coordinators available 24/7. If you would like to talk to someone in your own language – or get information about the situation in your home country – please reach out to their experts:
Freephone UK: 0800 031 8227
WhatsApp: Text 'Hi' to 07418 360 780