Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

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Help and support on a wide range of issues is available on our related ‘Student Services’ site.

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If you have any comments or questions, please contact us at inclusive@bangor.ac.uk

Our Inclusive University Community

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: inclusive@bangor.ac.uk

If you'd like to make an appointment with Helen, you can book an online appointment by emailing inclusive@bangor.ac.uk - 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 teams.microsoft.com - Helen will email you in advance to discuss arrangements. Meetings can be conducted with or without video, depending onyour preference.

 

With students coming from all over the world and from very different backgrounds, Bangor University aims to create an environment for you to live and study that ensures you can be yourself, take advantage of every opportunity and reach your full potential.

At Bangor, you will meet people from every imaginable community. Your fellow students will be interesting, creative and thought provoking. They will have different opinions to you and may challenge how you see the world. Through the shared experiences of university life, we seek to ensure that all students can embrace their diverse community and learn as much as possible during their time at Bangor.

Our commitment to equality and inclusivity is more than just policy. We make our commitment an everyday practice to ensure that you feel welcome, respected and valued and have equal access to support services.

This website provides information about the ways in which we maintain and enhance Bangor’s inclusive community including signposts to support and advice, information on how we promote equality and details about how we maintain a safe campus.

Student Equality and Diversity Officer

Located within the Student Support Team in Student Services, the Student Equality and Diversity Officer focuses on implementing best practice across the university in the prevention of and support for all forms of student harassment and is a central specialised contact of support for students.

Student Equality and Diversity Officer - Helen Munro

First Floor, Rathbone, College Road, Bangor, LL57 2DG

Email: h.munro@bangor.ac.uk

Tel: 01248 388021