RUSU has a Zero Tolerance policy to all types of bullying and harassment. This means RUSU will not tolerate harassment, discrimination, or any associated behaviours.
Bullying and Harassment
Both RUSU and the University of Reading have a Zero Tolerance policy and approach to bullying and harassment.
This page was last updated on 29 May 2020 at 15:48
The University Policy and Guidance on Harassment gives procedures and guidelines on the definition of harassment. There is a section aimed at students facing harassment. It also gives details of the University’s Harassment Advisers, a confidential service with staff volunteers who are trained to listen and go through the various options available.
If you have experienced or witnessed bullying, harassment or discrimination you can report it on the #NeverOk platform. Once you have reported an incident, a member of staff from the Student Welfare Team will contact you.
If you are worried about yourself or someone else, you can contact the University Welfare Team. They can advise you on a wide range of personal and welfare issues that may impact your studies and day-to-day life.