Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information

Sexual Violence, Harassment, Hate Crime and Racism
Information for Students

Covid-19 Update

Whether you're staying in Bangor or have returned to your home town or country due to Coronavirus, you can still access our services and resources, inlcuding speaking to our Student Equality and Diversity Officer, Helen Munro and having your questions answered - we look forward to hearing from you!

Helen is still contactable via email and will get right back to you:

If you'd like to make an appointment with Helen, you can book an online appointment by emailing - we'll have appointment slots available every week day to make sure you have support right through the semester and into the summer months. Your appointment will be held through Microsoft Teams which is accessible through your student account - Helen will email you in advance to discuss arrangements. Meetings can be conducted with or without video, depending onyour preference.


Members of staff seeking information about Sexual Violence, Harassment, Hate Crime or Racism should visit the Staff Information Pages

Bangor University is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment where all students are treated with dignity and respect. We believe that you should be able to live and study in a University where you can be yourself, get involved in every opportunity and reach your full potential.

We believe that no student should have to experience any form of sexual violence, harassment, hate crime or racism and it is not a normal part of the student experience. We take all reports seriously and our Student Harassment Policy, our Sexual Violence Policy and our Trans Student Equality Policy promotes the safety and wellbeing of all our students.

If you experience any form of sexual violence, harassment or hate crime, we can provide you with a safe and confidential space, free from judgement, in which to talk about it and we will support you to move forward in whatever way you feel is best for you.

Tell someone about sexual violence, harassment or hate crime

If you have immediate concerns about your personal safety you can contact:

  • University Security on 01248 382795 or 333 from an internal phone
  • The Police directly on 999 in an emergency or 101 when not an emergency
  • Or ask a member of staff to do this for you.