Misconduct and discrimination
We are committed to providing an inclusive community and a safe and supportive environment for our students, staff and partners.
Our Dignity at Work and Study Policy outlines our approach to tackling harassment, bullying and hate incidents.
If you have experienced or witnessed harassment, bullying or hate incidents of any kind then you should contact the Student Support team in the first instance via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporting an incident
To formally report an incident of serious misconduct including harassment, hate incidents and sexual violence, all Hull York Medical School students can use the reporting tools linked below. There are two ways in which you can report – anonymously and with contact details.
If you report with contact details then a member of staff will contact you to discuss next steps and advise of support available to you. If you report anonymously then the information you provide will help to inform our work in preventing incidents of this nature in the future.
Our Universities also have a range of guidance and support: visit the University of Hull student support information or the University of York's Report and Support website.
Report an incident with contact details Report an incident anonymously
Wellbeing and mental health support at the University of Hull
Mental Health Support and Student Life
The University of Hull student support services offer a comprehensive range of help and support in relation to your mental and physical wellbeing.
Qualified Mental Health practitioners are available to provide support, advice and signposting for students struggling with mental health related issues as well as with challenges relating to sexual assault, domestic abuse, bereavement and substance/alcohol misuse. Student Life and Disability Inclusion advisers provide support for pastoral issues and those with physical challenges to ensure University remains accessible for everybody.
We work with a range of external providers offering a broad range of support details of those providers can be found here
Call: 01482 462222
Message: my.hull.ac.uk > talk to us > ask a question
Location: 1st floor of Student Central
More information: Visit the University of Hull wellbeing webpages
Wellbeing and mental health support at the University of York
College Welfare Team
You can discuss your concerns with your College Welfare Team. Each college has College Tutors to provide confidential pastoral care. They are a team of postgraduate students who live in residence within your college community and work closely with the Head and Assistant Head of College to help resolve issues or to point you in the direction of specialists. They are there to listen, support and point you to other services when needed.
Open Door is a team of professionals providing support to students experiencing psychological or mental health difficulties. They are available Monday to Friday and during term time open until 10pm (open until 4pm during vacation time).
Call: 01904 322140
Make an appointment: Visit the University of York wellbeing webpages
Location: You can find the Open Door Team in the Sally Baldwin Buildings on Campus West
Emergency student support funding
We recognise that there may be times when students need financial advice or support – to help with budgeting or during times of financial hardship. Our Universities are here to help. From advice about making the most of your budget, to what funds might be available to you and how to apply. In recognition of the coronavirus pandemic and the impact of this on students, our Universities have also introduced emergency funding for current students who need immediate financial support. For more information please visit your University of registration’s website: the University of Hull or University of York.
24 hour support services