The Student Charter sets out the general principles of a partnership between students, the University of Lincoln and the Students’ Union.
The Charter is a statement of mutual expectations and aspirations, it sets out our respective responsibilities and what we can expect of each other.
The Charter is not a book of rules, but rather a declaration of our shared values, and a framework that allows us to take pride in the development of a vibrant student community, for the benefit of all.
We will review the Charter every year to ensure it meets our needs and enables us to respond to new challenges.
Our Charter is founded on the values that shape our community and bind us together, as the university changes, so too do our responsibilities as community members. Our Charter reflects who we are and helps us to ensure that in everything we do, we always have our students’ best interests at heart.
Professor Mary Stuart - Vice Chancellor
Kudzai Muzangaza - President of the Students’ Union
To provide a high-quality learning experience, the University will:
To get the best out of their University experience, students will:
In its commitment to the student experience, University of Lincoln Students’ Union will:
• Academic Appeals
• Assessment regulations for all taught and research courses
• Cancelled Classes Policy
• Complaints Policy – (Part E of the University Regulations)
• Extenuating Circumstances
• IT Acceptable Use Policy
• Library Regulations (as Part I of the University Regulations)
• Personal Tutor Policy
• Regulations on Student Created Intellectual Property
• Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedure
• Student Engagement and Participation Policy
All are available via www.lincoln.ac.uk/regulations
Guidance and Information
Student Support Centre and Student Wellbeing Centre
http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/abouttheuniversity/supportdepartments/ or telephone: +44 (0) 1522 837080.