If you have been a victim of abuse or violence and in need of immediate help, all universities recommend that you contact 999 and confide in someone you trust.
Below is a list of services at your university which offer advice and support:
Visit this site to find information on:
The first step is to contact the
You can find the following guidelines:
Students should contact the Advice Place as soon as possible. There are a number of ways in which you can do this:
To report an incident contact university authorities using the information below:
You can complete and submit a report and support form or phone: 0141 330 5532.
The University has a team of 13 First Responders which you can contact if an incident occurs. Their contact details can be found here.
Students can follow this link to access the complaints procedure.
Students should refer to the Report it Form.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has several campuses, each with their own student support service, which students can contact to report any incidents or make a complaint.
To access support, students can read this guide to reporting.
To get support you can:
For complaints, use the following contacts:
Before making a complaint, students can first read this information about the complaints procedure.
Students can contact the support services using the details below:
Use the contact details below:
There are reporting centres available which students can contact:
Students can fill out an anonymous reporting form.
Monday 2 - 5 pm
Tuesday 6 - 8 pm
Wednesday 11 am - 2 pm
Thursday 5 - 8 pm [CLOSED]
Friday 10 am - 1 pm
Tuesday 11 am - 2 pm