- unwanted physical conduct or ‘horseplay’, including touching, pinching, pushing, grabbing, brushing past someone, invading their personal space and more serious forms of physical or sexual assault
- offensive or intimidating comments or gestures, or insensitive jokes or pranks
- mocking, mimicking or belittling a person’s disability
- racist, sexist, homophobic or ageist jokes, or derogatory or stereotypical remarks about a particular ethnic or religious group or gender
- outing or threatening to out someone as gay, lesbian, bisexual or trans
- ignoring or shunning someone, for example, by deliberately excluding them from a conversation or a social activity.
If you believe that you have been harassed, then you should report it so that you can be appropriately supported and the unwanted behaviour you experienced can be appropriately addressed. You can do so via the links at the bottom of this page.
You can also access a range of support.
Student Support Gateways
Your wellbeing is important to us you can access UCA services via Health, Safety and Wellbeing.
If you prefer to first speak with an external source of support you can do so via your employee assistance programme