Flinders University has formal policies covering the responsibilities and rights of staff and students, staff/student relationships and student representation and consultation and formal procedures for making appeals, complaint and grievances.
If you need someone to talk with, contact a Student Advocacy Officer at the Flinders University Student Association. The Academic Rights Officer also receives complaints and acts as an advocate where appropriate.
Flinders is also committed to achieving equality of opportunity in education and employment and has policies to ensure students and staff are not subjected to harassment or discrimination on the grounds of sex, sexuality, race, disability, age, marital status, pregnancy, political or religious beliefs. Refer to Health, Counselling and Disability Services for further information or to report any issues.