Bullying and harassment are terms used to describe behaviour which the recipient finds unacceptable, offensive or upsetting.

The behaviour often creates an intimidating, hostile environment which has a negative impact on work and social life.

What is Harassment?

Harassment is behaviour which the recipient finds unacceptable, offensive or upsetting.

Anyone can suffer from harassment. You may encounter this from any other person including fellow students, housemates, neighbours, work colleagues, members of University staff or landlords.

A single incident or a number of incidents of unwelcome behaviour may constitute harassment. 

Health, physical characteristics, personal beliefs, sexual orientation, gender and age are common harassment issues.

Harassment can be verbal or non-verbal. 

Reporting an Incident of Harassment

We are committed to providing you with an inclusive and supportive environment and do not tolerate acts of harassment that leaves others feeling embarrassed, bullied, abused or discriminated against.

If you do see or experience unacceptable behaviour please report it to one of the following members of staff:

In cases where the perpetrator of abuse is another student, action may be taken under the University’s Student Disciplinary Procedures.

If you wish to get in contact with us, please give us a call on 020 8392 3221 or email us at RSU@roehampton.ac.uk.
you can also contact the University’s Wellbeing Service for support on 020 8392 3204