Report and Support

Report your experiences of harassment, assault or misconduct.

The Report and Support Tool

All staff, students, and visitors can report discrimination, misconduct, harassment or assault by using this tool. You can report anonymously or get support from an adviser.


You can use this tool to report incidences of physical assault, sexual harassment, sexual assault, online harassment, hate crimes, stalking, bullying or discrimination. This could be based on:

  • race, nationality and/or culture
  • religion and/or belief (for example, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism)
  • gender and Gender Identity (for example, misogynistic abuse, transphobia)
  • sexual orientation (for example, homophobia, biphobia)
  • disability including learning disabilities, mental health, physical disabilities
  • age (being targeted or excluded due to your age)

This list is not exhaustive. If you feel you or someone else is being targeted because of perceived identity, please use this tool to report.

Using the Report and Support Tool

We have created a user guide for the Report and Support tool to make reporting as simple as possible.


You can report anonymously or get support from an adviser. You can also report as a witness to an instance of harassment or having experienced it yourself.

Support following bullying, harassment or hate crime

The University of Bath is committed to creating a culture where everyone can study, live and work free from any form of harassment.


If you have experienced harassment, bullying or hate crime there is support available, both within the University and externally. You can have control over the type of support you recieve, and we will never pressure someone to make a formal report.

You will be believed and you will be taken seriously. It is never your fault.

Support following sexual assault, harassment or rape

The University is committed to creating a culture where everyone can study, live and work safely and free from any form of harassment.


If you have experienced sexual assault, harassment or rape there is support available, and you can have control over the type of support you receive. You will find below the support services that you can access through the University or externally.

You will be believed, you will be taken seriously, you won't be pressured to make a formal report. It is never your fault.

Support if you've been accused of harassment or assault

Independent, non-judgmental support is available if you have been accused of harassment or assault.


It can be very distressing if you have been accused of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, a hate crime or sexual assault.

The University will not make assumptions on the relative merits of a complaint. No party will be considered ‘at fault’ until a complaint has been investigated. All those involved in a complaint will be treated fairly and offered advice and support.

Get involved in the #NeverOK campaign

Find out how you can contribute to the #NeverOK campaign's aim of creating an University community free from harassment.


The #NeverOK campaign represents the University’s commitment to creating a community where harassment and assault are never tolerated, and all students, staff and visitors feel safe and valued. It provides training, resources and marketing materials to empower people to speak out against harassment. It helps to promote a culture of respect and safety for all staff and students on campus.