This section of the Student Services webpages aims to provide you with information about university policies and procedures, which affect your Edge Hill University student experience. We want all students to enjoy the best possible student experience and sometimes that can be facilitated by understanding Edge Hill University policies.
Equality and Diversity Policy
Edge Hill University is committed to fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its staff and students are respected.
Student Bullying and Harassment Policy
The purpose of this policy is to assist the University in creating a working and learning culture where any form of harassment, bullying or discrimination is recognised as unacceptable and dealt with, without fear of reprisal or ridicule.
This procedure describes the way in which a student can make a complaint to the University and the time limits in which this needs to be completed. It explains the various stages to the internal process and what to do if the person is not satisfied at the end of this process.
The Charter summarises the responsibilities we have to each other and what they mean in practice. We will all work together to create:
- An educationally rewarding experience
- A welcoming, community experience
- A positive experience in a supportive environment
- An enhanced experience that extends beyond study
To make this happen it’s important that we listen to each other’s views and seek to act upon feedback, in doing this we ensure there is a mutual approach to making Edge Hill an outstanding place to learn, live and work.
Student Disciplinary Regulations
The Student Regulations serves to provide advice and guidance on the services open to students and also publishes important information on policy, procedures and regulations. The Student Regulations is an easy to use reference guide and does not of itself set terms and conditions.