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We are here to support you if you experience any kind of discrimination, harassment, violence or abuse.  

You can speak to us about any experience you have had, even if it happened prior to University.

Like the University, we are committed to supporting a safe, inclusive and respectful environment for everyone. Any form of harassment, abuse, sexual misconduct or discrimination is ?#NeverOK. There is a wealth of information in our articles below - if you can't find what you need book an appointment with us or send us an email.

Speak to someone you trust, such as your Student Support and Guidance Tutor (SSGT) or your personal tutor. 

You can also contact the University's Disclosure Response Team.

In a life-threatening medical emergency, a fire or a physical threat to life, dial 999. 

If you are on campus, then call the University emergency number 01273 642222 (+ 44 1273 642222 from outside the UK). This number is staffed 24/7.

Help articles

Disclosure and reporting

Find out more about disclosing information to the University and the reporting process.

External professional support services

Information on different support services available to you.

Support available from the University

Support channels and services available at the University of Brighton

Support available from BSU

The support we can provide if you have experienced bullying, harassment, violence and abuse or are worried about another student.

Bullying, harassment, violence and abuse

Find out what definition we use when dealing with cases of bullying, harassment, violence or abuse.