Concerning or threatening behaviour adviser
Are you worried that a (fellow) student might pose a danger to another student or staff member? For example, behaviour such as stalking, sexual harassment or making threats. If so, you can turn to the concerning or threatening behaviour adviser.
The team of concerning or threatening behaviour advisers consists of student psychologists and student counsellors.
The concerning or threatening behaviour advisers can:
- give advice on how to best tackle the situation;
- together with you, look into ways in which you could talk to the student about the issue;
- Offer guidance or refer you to another adviser or guidance service within the university;
- get in touch with the appropriate person within or outside the university to discuss the behaviour of the student in question.
Concerns about your mental wellbeing?
Get in touch with one of the student psychologists, via this page.