• Bullying and Harassment Policy & Procedure

    Bullying, Harassment and Victimisation Policy Statement for Students

    Approved 18 February 2020


  • Personal Tutoring of All Taught Students Code of Practice

    THIS DOCUMENT WILL BE REPLACED BY THE ACADEMIC MENTORING CODE OF PRACTICE FROM SEPTEMBER 2022.

    The Personal Tutor System is designed to ensure that all students have regular opportunities to review their personal, academic and career development.

    Approved 1 June 2016


  • Reasonable Adjustments for Disabled Students Policy

    This policy applies to all staff and students, and of particular relevance to students with disabilities, special educational needs or long term medical conditions.

    Approved 20 June 2018


  • Religion and Belief Policy

    This policy details the ways in which the University demonstrates respect for religious and other faith based beliefs.

    Approved 8 October 2019


  • Safeguarding Policy

    This Policy sets out the University’s approach to preventing and reducing the risk of harm to children and adults at risk.

    Approved 7 February 2022


  • Social Media Policy

    This document outlines the University’s policy around both organisational and personal use of social media services.

    Approved 20 August 2019


  • Student Alcohol Policy

    University's policy on alcohol consumption.

    Approved 5 December 2018


  • Student Substance Misuse - A Joint Approach

    The purpose of the approach is to make students aware of the support and guidance available both within the University and externally for students affected by drug related problems

    Approved 10 September 2019


  • Student Transgender Policy and Procedure

    This policy sets out Keele University’s commitment to the support of transgender students.

    Approved 18 February 2020


  • Support to Study Policy

    This policy is intended to support staff and students when a student’s health, wellbeing and/or behaviours are having a detrimental impact on their ability to progress academically at the University and seeks to ensure, wherever possible, that students can participate effectively in their academic studies and other aspects of their student experience.

    Approved 27 September 2021