Healthy relationships with yourself and others
Formal complaints to the University involve the Student Complaints Procedure and the Dignity and Mutual Respect policy.
Creating healthy relations
You will develop a range of different relationships through your time at university. It is normal that some relationships may have challenges as well as positive times.
Drugs and alcohol
This section includes the university approach to students using drugs and alcohol, where to access information and support and details about disciplinary processes.
Looking after you
There can be a lot to juggle when you are at university Alongside your academic studies you may also work part time, have children or have caring responsibilities.
Sexual Health and Wellbeing
World Health Organisation defines Sexual health as ‘physical, emotional, mental and social wellbeing. This section includes information on the range of sexual health information, testing and support that is available on and off campus to help you make informed decisions about your sexual health and wellbeing.
Signs of an unhealthy relationship
In personal relationships there can be signs that a relationship is unhealthy which could impact your emotional and/or physical wellbeing and have a negative impact on your studies.
This section covers university policy on smoking and vaping and accessing support if you would like stop smoking.
Students engaged in sex work
According to pre-pandemic research by Leicester University, around 5% of UK students are involved in sex work, and 1 in 5 consider it. The information here intends to support sex workers and those who identify with the sex work community.
Supporting your friends
It can be really difficult to know how best to support a friend if they are having a hard time or if they are experiencing mental health difficulties. It can feel scary or overwhelming to reach out to someone and we hope this information here will support you to do this if you feel able.