If you're a student and you feel you're being bullied, harassed or victimised, there are measures available to you.
Section 3 of the policy explains what types of behaviour we expect of you as a student, and what we expect from the staff you interact with. In section 9, we explain what action you can take if you believe you're being bullied, harrassed or victimised, and this is summarised below. You should also check the Student Complaints Procedure for more detailed information.
Bullying, harassment or victimisation by a member of staff
You should first think about whether this behaviour could be standard learning and teaching practice. Section 6.2 of the policy might help you to differentiate.
If you don't feel that it is, you can try to resolve the issue directly with the member of staff. If you've tried this and it didn't work, then you should speak to a different member of staff in your School/Department to see if they can help you to resolve the issue. If they can't, then you should put your complaint in writing to your Head of School. If the issue still isn't resolved after the Head of School has looked into it, you can put in a formal complaint to the University Complaints Officer.
Bullying, harassment or victimisation by another student
If you don't feel comfortable resolving the issue directly with the other student, or you've tried this and it didn't work, then you should speak to your residence's warden, your personal tutor or module leader or someone in the LUU Student Advice Centre, depending on where this behaviour is taking place. If the issue isn't resolved this way, you should put in a formal complaint to the University Complaints Officer.