Report A Concern


Report A Concern is not an emergency service. If your situation requires an immediate response, please click here for information about 24 hour support.

At Hull we wish you to live and study in a safe and supportive environment.  Our joint #NeverOK campaign between Hull University Students’ Union and the University of Hull aims to end all forms of violence and discriminatory behaviour.

Report A Concern is a quick and easy way to let us know about an incident/concern you have for yourself as University of Hull student, or another University of Hull Student.  This is to understand how we can best support our student community.

The forms can be completed by anyone including students, family, friends, and staff.


There are two ways you can tell us what has happened to yourself, or another student:


Reporting with contact details means that we can offer you direct support and updates on the incident/concern you report, and where appropriate the University can take formal action.


Reporting anonymously means that you can Report A Concern about a student, or yourself, without providing your name. We cannot offer you direct support or any updates on the incident/concern when you report anonymously. Reporting anonymously will not lead to formal action being taken, but will let the University know something has happened. This helps us to see any trends or patterns, and consider support and any actions we might take for our community.



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