Respect at NTU: Give it. Get it. Expect it.
NTU is a great place to learn, work and live. We all have a part to play to ensure that this positive picture includes everyone, not just the people we know, like or relate to easily.
Dignity and respect are really important foundations for this: all students and staff are expected to treat others with respect, and can expect respect from others in return. You can find out more about the university's thoughts on this in the NTU Dignity and Respect Policy.
All students, staff and visitors are expected to follow NTU policies, which are based on UK law and values, including mutual respect and tolerance.
Note: this section of the website contains throughout descriptions of sexual harassment, rape, bullying and other abuse.
No matter what the issue is, big or small, if it is bothering you then we need to know so that we can help you. Remember, if we don't know something is affecting you, we don't know to help you.
There are a wide range of people and services, both within the university and in the wider community, that exist to offer you support and advice. See the get help page for details.