RH BeHeard.

If you are suffering, we want to help. The College and Students’ Union are committed to tackle all forms of harassment, so if you need to talk to someone please come and see us.

College approach

The College Code of Practice on Personal Harassment for students confirms that Royal Holloway is committed to upholding the dignity of the individual and notes that personal harassment can seriously harm working, learning and social conditions at the College. The College prohibits abusive behaviour by students towards staff and / or other students, including via social media. Harassment will be regarded seriously and could be grounds for disciplinary action, which may include termination of registration as a student.

You can find out more here.

RH BeHeard: Report an Incident

The College has launched an online incident reporting platform called RH BeHeard. The platform is designed for victims of sexual harassment/assault, discrimination or hate crimes, and provides an avenue for accessible and anonymous reporting. 

They have stated that they take these complaints very seriously and encourage students to report any inappropriate behaviour of any kind, from staff, students or members of the community, including harassment, bullying, discrimination and sexual misconduct.

Report an incident