Student coronavirus support
We are working hard to support all of our staff and students during the coronavirus outbreak. Support is available via the following links:
- UPSU updates - FAQ's and online advice from your SU
- Student corona community - a private community for peer support and advice on Facebook
- Postgraduate research student advice - advice specific to students registered for a research degree programme
- Student services - most support services are now operating virtually and can be accessed through student services
- University advice page
Additionally, the student hub have developed a confidential web form for students to update their details on where they are currently living and if they need any additional support. Access the form here.
We're here for you
The University of Plymouth does not tolerate bullying or harassment of any kind; we want you to be able to bring your whole self to University and not hide any aspect of who you are.
This page contains information on how to report incidents, where to get advice and ways in which the University can support you.
If you need to talk about something or need help in finding the support you need then email email@example.com
Report abuse, harm or hate
The University of Plymouth is proud to be a safe, welcoming and diverse community – our staff, students and anyone interacting with us should feel comfortable being who they are.
We believe that bullying, harassment and discrimination are never okay. Any allegations of this nature (which includes sexual violence, abuse or hate) are taken incredibly seriously.
By reporting an incident, you are helping us to maintain our friendly and safe university culture, where everyone can study, work and live free from any form of harassment.
Policy and guidance
Below is a list of polices, procedures and guidance for staff and students. This list is not exhaustive and if you need any help or advice please contact us.