College Policies & Procedures
- Sexual Misconduct Policy
- Respectful Relationships Policy
- Code of Conduct
- Alcohol, Smoking, Medications and Other Drugs Policy
- Diversity and Inclusion Policy
Reporting Policy Breaches
- Making an Informal Report
- Making a Formal Report
- Formal Report Guide: Reporting Party
- Formal Report Guide: Responding Party
- Investigator Procedures for Formal Investigations
- Information for the Reporting Party
- Information for the Responding Party
- The Role of the Support Person
Respectful Relationship Officers
The role of the College Respectful Relationships Officers is to provide support and information to anyone in College who is concerned about any possible discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, assault, indecent assault or sexual assault.
Appointed staff members include Dr Hester Wilson (Vice Principal and Director of College Life), Ian Smith (Director of Operations), Hannah Atwell (Director of Advancement), Rev Dr Gareth Clayton (Chaplain) and Elly Howse (Senior Tutor).
These Officers can provide confidential information and support regarding College policies and procedures. They may be instructed by the Principal to investigate any formal complaints.
Having a rough time at College? Feeling like you don’t fit in? Not sure how to get involved? Having health or wellbeing issues that are impacting your life? Feel you need additional support? Missing home? Need someone to chat to? Our Pastoral Leaders can help and all enquiries will be dealt with sensitively, confidentially and respectfully.
Pastoral Leaders are student members of College who are strongly engaged with the student community. They live throughout College, including at our Australia Street Campus. We also have a dedicated member to support our non-residential members (Non-residential liaison).
College Members study at a variety of institutions – UTS, UNSW, Notre Dame, UoWs and USyd. Each institution has its own student support services. Please see the relevant institutional website for more details.
College members attend a number of tertiary institutions and each of these institutions has policies regarding bullying, harassment and discrimination. Students of each institution are bound by these policies as well as St Andrew’s College policy.
St Andrew’s College takes pride in developing a policy that is evidence-based. You are of course welcome to seek advice from anyone in College you feel can assist. College seeks to ensure that all College members are aware of this policy and can direct you to further support and information is needed.
Please contact the College Life team if you have any queries – email@example.com