Clare College Cambridge

College Policies and Discipline

 

A community such as a College can only function successfully if its members - students, Fellows and staff - behave with respect and consideration for each other. These Policies have been drawn up by the College Council, and they should be observed by everybody at Clare.

Most complaints concerning minor irritations and anti-social behaviour are best resolved informally. For more serious difficulties, please read the relevant policy to find what steps may be taken.

Click here to view the College's Data Protection Policy.

Click here to view the College's Records Management Policy.

Click here to view the College's Student Community Service Policy.

Click here to view the College's Taxi Policy.

Click here to view the College's Respect and Dignity Policy.

Click here to view the College's CCTV Policy.

Click here to view the College's Disciplinary Code.

Click here to view the College Regulations and Damage Charges.

Click here to view the College's Fitness to Study Procedure

Click here to view the Code of Practice for supporting students with Mental Health Problems.

Click here to view the College’s Policy on Harassment and Bullying.

Click here to view the College’s Policy on Personal Relationships.

Click here to view the College’s Policy on Equal Opportunities.

Click here to view the College's Policy on Academic Complaints.

Click here to view the Student Complaints - Code of Practice.

Click here to view the College's Smoking Policy.

Click here to view the College's Drug and Alcohol Policy.

Click here to view the College's Child Protection Policy.

Click here to view the College's Conflicts of Interest Policy.

Any students who are unable to resolve a complaint to their satisfaction via the College's own internal complaints procedures have the right to apply to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education. This official body will conduct an independent review without any charge to the student. For details of the OIA Student Complaints Scheme, including the remit of the scheme and the time limits for application, please see the website: http://www.oiahe.org.uk/