We provide information for students already studying with RGU or those contemplating taking up studies with us in the near future.

Find out more about Equality and Diversity and the range of societies available:

The RGU:LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender) society is open for all interested students to join. The society will arrange regular social events and create opportunities to meet fellow LGBT students. To join or find out more, please visit the RGU LGBT Facebook page or email lgbtsociety@rguunion.co.uk.

For students with a disability, the Disability and Dyslexia Service has information and other support and advice.

Our Student and Wellbeing Service (RGyoU) can offer you the opportunity to talk through your problems, help you understand them and discover strategies to resolve or minimise them.

LGBT Careers Information and Advice

For students with a disability, the Disability and Dyslexia Service has information and other support and advice.

Our Student and Wellbeing Service can offer you the opportunity to talk through your problems, help you understand them, and discover strategies to resolve or minimise them. 

RGU's Chaplaincy Service is open to people of all faiths and of none.

Bullying and Harassment Policy

The updated Bullying and Harassment Policy (PDF 176KB) covers both staff and students and identifies clearly the types of behaviours which constitute bullying and harassment overall and in relation to each of the equality protected characteristics. The policy also identifies sources of help and support for staff and students and outlines the process for reporting any breaches of the policy.

Student Services supporting LGB Students

Advice, welfare and counselling services, play an important part in creating an accessible and inclusive environment where all students feel that their needs are understood and supported, the Equality Challenge Unit has prepared a leaflet with tips, advice and information to help ensure frontline services fully support LGB students