A student has made a comment which is offensive. How do I report it?


If you identify a comment which is offensive, please contact your Director of Learning & Teaching who will escalate the issue to modulefeedback@swansea.ac.uk and the Director of Academic Service.  If the comment is deemed offensive by the Director of Academic Services, a case will be opened by the Student Cases team who will contact the student directly.

The Code of Conduct for students states: ‘Students are informed that they should not to make defamatory or rude comments and that we will take any necessary actions against students found to be doing this’.

No student information will be provided to the lecturer, Module Co-ordinator, Director of Learning & Teaching or Head of College.  

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