Appealing your Discipline
Every student, if found guilty of a disciplinary offence in accordance with Ordinance XVII, has the right of appeal. This is to give you a chance to argue your case if you think you have been treated unfairly.
What support is available from the University?
Support will always be available to you:
- If you feel you need support because the matter is affecting your health, including your mental health, you can access support from Student Wellbeing. You can do so via our Online Referral form.
- If you have a disability, you should contact the Student Inclusivity for further advice and support. You can do so by emailing email@example.com or phoning +44 (0)1509 222770
Guidance on how to appeal your discipline is available in the Student Handbook.
What support can the Student’s Union offer?
The Student’s Union offers support with appealing discipline so if you want to seek independent guidance on your appeal you can go to the LSU advice. You can find details of their services on the LSU advice webpage
If you wish to contact the advice service based at the Loughborough Campus, you can do so via telephone (01509 635072) or email.
If you wish to contact the advice service based at the London Campus via email.
What to do next?
Last Updated: 15th July 2022