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Students and Applicants

Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Monday 21 February 2022 about the Government’s ‘Living with Covid’ strategy, I can confirm the latest update to our arrangements, which will take place with immediate effect.

Any remaining legal restrictions around self-isolation if you test positive for Covid-19 have come to an end. There is now no legal requirement to self-isolate but if you test positive or exhibit symptoms, you are advised to work or study from home if possible.

For detailed guidance on the situation from 24 February 2022, please visit:

 Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support - GOV.UK

 It is important to remember that despite the removal of legal restrictions, Covid-19 is still with us.

We still strongly encourage everyone to:

* Get both vaccinations
* Get a booster vaccine if offered to you
* Practise rigorous hand hygiene
* Be respectful of others and social distance where appropriate

The University has a detailed contingency plan should there be any change to the national and/or local situation. This means we can swiftly revert to any local Covid-secure measures that may need to be adopted following Government guidance/direction.

The safety and wellbeing of all staff and students continues to be our number one priority; please note the following:

* Face coverings – are no longer essential or mandatory, but people are, of course, free to choose to wear them when in close proximity to others. Face masks continue to be made freely available by the University. To address any potential anxiety individuals may have about returning to campus, a supply of clinical grade face coverings are also available, which may afford some protection to the wearer if used properly; but obviously no measure is assured. We would ask you to respect the choices of others about face coverings and treat everyone with the respect they deserve.

* Lateral flow testing kits – as per Government guidance, test kits will no longer be issued on campus.

* Testing centre at Bolton One – as per Government guidance, the asymptomatic testing centre on campus is no longer in operation.

* Temperature scanner heat detectors - remain in place at all entrances, ensuring that all staff, students and visitors arriving on campus still pass through the preliminary temperature checks on arrival and will need to scan their ID cards at building entrances.

* Open access to the library (with no restrictions other than full capacity) - remains freely available.

* Student ambassadors – will (subject to availability) remain in place at campus entrances until 1 April 2022.

* Group working - in all settings will be available.

* The campus Café and Bistro - remains with their normal arrangements and offerings.

* In line with common practice now observed across England in non-university workplace settings, no social distancing/capacity requirements (other than those determined by the capacity of the facility) are in place for:


- Lifts
- Toilets
- Kitchens
- Vehicles used for university business
- Minibuses
- Offices
- Meetings

* The format of official University meetings (Face-to-face/Hybrid/Zoom) – will be dependent on the needs of the group and the convenor of the meeting.

* External visitors - are permitted on campus, but requested to follow the practices observed by all students and staff set out in this communication.

* UK travel – may be conducted as pre-pandemic.

* International travel – must be Business essential only and agreed by the University Registrar (this excludes holidays, however staff are reminded to be mindful of international quarantine regulations which could impact on work and can change rapidly). However please note that all travel to Russia and Eastern Europe or nations bordering Russia for University business is now ceased until the current political situation stabilises.

Covid-19 Guidance

The University is following all government guidance currently in place as at September 2021.

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Message from the Vice Chancellor to UoB staff and students at all our Bolton Campus locations

Following our latest review of the University of Bolton’s measures in place since the start of the pandemic, I am writing to inform you of an important update to our arrangements, which will take place for all staff and students with immediate effect.

It is clear that in the space of just a few weeks since the beginning of the academic year, the reality is that people are able to enjoy more freedoms than at any stage since the start of the pandemic, following changes to Government guidelines.

Most of the restrictions we were previously living with have been relaxed. Restaurants, shops, pubs, nightclubs, large-scale leisure events and social gatherings are more or less operating as they did pre-pandemic. Many of the restrictions around international travel were lifted this week.

The University of Bolton is responding, as we have always done, in a measured, cautious, but appropriate way. Our actions are based on the current reality of the situation.

It is vital to remember that we still strongly encourage everyone to:

• Get both vaccinations;
• Get a booster vaccine if offered to you;
• Be tested regularly – ideally twice a week;
• Download the official NHS Covid-19 Test and Trace app and adhere to its instructions regarding Track and Trace;
• Practise rigorous hand hygiene;
• Stay away from campus/work from home and be tested if displaying any possible Covid symptoms;
Be respectful of others and social distance where appropriate.
All students and staff must inform the University if they test positive for Covid as we continue to have regulatory reporting requirements.

For anyone with concerns about being on campus, there are clinical grade face coverings available from the Facilities team.

The temperature scanners will remain in place at the entrances to our building as an ongoing measure.

The University has a detailed contingency plan should there be any change to the national and/or local situation. This means we can swiftly revert to any local Covid-secure measures that may need to be adopted following Government guidance/direction.

Please be assured, the University of Bolton has sought to maintain a Covid-secure campus since the start of the pandemic. The safety and wellbeing of all staff and students continues to be our number one priority.

The changes we are announcing are, as ever, in accordance with the very latest Government guidance.

They continue to help to ensure you have access to a fully operational University campus and can study and engage in person with other students and staff.

It is important to note that all the measures below remain under review:

• Track and trace – will be discontinued, therefore QR codes will not be required to be scanned in classrooms/labs.

• Close contact* with a Covid-positive individual - For individuals in close contact with a person who is Covid-positive, Government guidance has changed. Double-jabbed individuals who are identified as close contacts do not need to self-isolate but are advised to take a PCR test as soon as possible to check if they have the virus. As the requirement to take a PCR test is not mandatory under the law, individuals who are fully vaccinated and have been in close contact with a Covid-positive individual can go about their life as normal. The University would prefer staff and students attending for work or study, even in such circumstances, to take a PCR test as soon as possible, but fully vaccinated individuals are expected to continue to work as normal until they receive a result to the contrary (i.e. a positive PCR test). Anyone who tests positive following the PCR test is legally required to self-isolate, irrespective of their vaccination status, in order to break onward chains of transmission. Meanwhile, anyone who develops ‘normal’ Covid-19 symptoms (whether vaccinated or not) should self-isolate and get a PCR test, and remain in isolation until the result comes back.

• Classroom layouts – will be progressively and gradually moved to pre-pandemic capacities in preparation for Semester 2 timetables.

• One way system – will be discontinued.

• Face coverings – are no longer essential or mandatory, but we hope people will choose to wear them when in close proximity to others. Face masks continue to be made freely available by the University. To address any potential anxiety individuals may have about returning to campus, a supply of clinical grade face coverings are also available, which may afford some protection to the wearer if used properly; but obviously no measure is assured.

• Mandatory social distancing – has now ended on campus, in line with the clear Government guidance. Internal office spaces and meetings therefore no longer require social distancing to be observed. However, everyone on campus is encouraged to be considerate to others by choosing to practise social distancing, where this is practicable.

• Temperature scanner heat detectors - remain in place at all entrances, ensuring that all staff, students and visitors arriving on campus still pass through the preliminary temperature checks on arrival and will need to scan their ID cards at building entrances.

• Lateral Flow tests - all staff and students are asked to continue to undergo two per week or collect and use a Home Test kit from Bolton One or from the desk near the entrance to Chancellor’s Mall. You must not attend campus for the safety of others if you test positive or have any of the main Covid-19 symptoms.

• Open access to the library (with no restrictions other than full capacity) - remains freely available.

• Student ambassadors – will remain present to assist at building entrances until Christmas.

• Group working - in all settings will be available.

• The campus Café and Bistro - continue with their normal arrangements and offerings.

In line with common practice now observed across England in non-university workplace settings, no social distancing/capacity requirements (other than those determined by the capacity of the facility) are in place for:

- Lifts
- Toilets
- Kitchens
- Vehicles used for University business
- Minibuses
- Offices
- Meetings.

The format of official University meetings (Face-to-face/Hybrid/Zoom) – will be dependent on the needs of the group and the convenor of the meeting.

• External visitors - are permitted on campus, but requested to follow the practices observed by all students and staff set out in this communication.

• International travel – must be Business essential only and agreed by the University Registrar (this excludes holidays, however staff are reminded to be mindful of international quarantine regulations which could impact on work and can change rapidly).

• External events – must be Business essential only.

• Outdoor marquee – will remain in situ next to The Chancellor’s Mall and be available until the end of the calendar year.

As I have said many times on previous occasions, the University of Bolton prides itself on creating a place where you can make the most of your experience of Higher Education and a safe and productive place of work.

I would like to thank you for your patience and commitment to the University during this extremely challenging period.

I also want to express my gratitude for your collective effort in helping to ensure that the campus has continued to operate as close to ‘business as usual’ as we could reasonably achieve within the constraints of a pandemic and often variably restrictive Government guidelines.

Once again, may I express my heartfelt thanks to all our students and staff.

Professor George E Holmes DL
President and Vice Chancellor

 

Appendix:

*The definition of a close contact is as follows: A contact is a person who has been close to someone who has tested positive for Covid-19. You can be a contact any time from 2 days before the person who tested positive developed their symptoms or, if they did not have any symptoms, from 2 days before the date their positive test was taken, and up to 10 days after, as this is when they can pass the infection on to others. A risk assessment may be undertaken to determine this, but a contact can be:

• Anyone who lives in the same household as another person who has Covid-19 symptoms or has tested positive for Covid-19;
• Anyone who has had any of the following types of contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19:


• Face-to-face contact including being coughed on or having a face-to-face conversation within one metre;
• Been within one metre for one minute or longer without face-to-face contact;
• Been within 2 metres of someone for more than 15 minutes (either as a one-off contact, or added up together over one day).

A person may also be a close contact if they have travelled in the same vehicle or plane as a person who has tested positive for Covid-19.

FAQ's

As of 27 January 2022, following the announcement made by the Prime Minister on Thursday 20 January regarding the removal of the 'Plan B' restrictions, interim arrangements implemented by the University in December have been removed.

The welfare of all students, staff and the wider community remains our priority and all members of the University community have a role to play in this.

Throughout the pandemic the University has sought to remain as Covid-secure as possible and continues to do so.

We will continue to do everything we can to support you. As the pandemic is not yet over, the University will continue to monitor developments and follow any guidance issued by the Department of Education and the Department of Health & Social Care.

We continue to encourage all to take up the offer of both doses of the coronavirus vaccine and the Covid booster jabs as soon as eligible to do so and to take advantage of the testing arrangements on campus.

Teaching

In relation to teaching taking place in Semester 2, the University will resume the in-person on campus form of teaching, in line with the standards set out in our Campus Plus plan, from the beginning of Semester 2, 2022 - the scheduled on-campus teaching and assessment sessions as detailed on student timetables can now all take place on campus, with effect from Monday 24 January.

If you have any queries, please contact your Programme Leader or Personal Tutor.

Updated guidance for higher education will be published on the gov.uk website.

Protocol on campus

 Please remember when you are on campus, to always: 

  • Regularly wash/sanitise hands.

  • Always enter a building through a heat detector entrance.

  • NEVER come to campus if you test positive, are self-isolating or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Please also remember to bring your Student ID with you whenever you come onto campus so that you are able to scan in at the entrance.

 

Social distancing has now ended as per Government advice. Internal office space and meetings no longer require social distancing to be observed. However, everyone on campus is encouraged to practise social distancing as much as possible, to help protect others

The QR Codes are installed in all classrooms and teaching laboratories. It is MANDATORY for students who are using on-campus classroom space to scan the QR code on the desk you are sitting at for each lecture on campus (if you are attending campus to use a laboratory or studio space, there is a QR Code on the door as you enter).

What is a QR Code?

A QR code is a type of matrix barcode that is unique to each location/seat within the University. You will use the MyBolton App on your smart phones to scan the required QR Code.

Why is it crucial that I scan the QR barcode?

The University needs to know which student/staff member has been on campus and where you have been whilst on campus.

To ensure we don’t need to self-isolate students unnecessarily, you MUST scan the QR code.

The University will use this data if a positive case of COVID-19 is identified on campus. If the University does not have the data, you may be required to self-isolate as per governmental guidance, as we will be unable to narrow down who has been in contact with an infectious case.

Where is the QR code is located?

Each QR Code is either located on each desk in our teaching rooms, or on the entry door to laboratories or studio space. Be patient if the code does not scan and inform your tutor if you are unable to scan a QR code for any reason.

Remember, it is MANDATORY for all students who attend classes to scan the QR code as you enter the classroom.

When off-campus, as members of the University community, we ask that you continue to behave responsibly to enable you and those around you to remain safe.

The University of Bolton main campus will be open from 8.45am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

You are expected to take two Lateral Flow Device (LFD) tests, ideally three days apart, either via the Asymptomatic Testing Centre located in Bolton One, using the online booking system, or using the LFD home testing kits available for collection from the reception area in Bolton One and at the entrance to The Chancellor’s Mall. Each box of testing kits last for 3 weeks by taking 2 LFD tests per week.

You must not attend campus for the safety of others if you test positive or have any of the main Covid-19 symptoms.

Book an asymptomatic test at Bolton One:
Seat Availability - LibCal - University of Bolton Library

If you have any queries you can speak to a member of staff:

EnquiriesTestingCentre@bolton.ac.uk
Tel. 01204 900 600

Face coverings will no longer be mandatory in any University public spaces.

However, colleagues may wish to continue to wear face coverings and the University will continue to make available clinical grade masks for those colleagues who wish to wear them for medical or other reasons.

We also encourage all staff, students and visitors to be understanding of other’s personal circumstances and considerate of individuals who may continue to follow their own extra precautions (to include, but not limited to, the wearing of face coverings and keeping their distance).

If you are unable to attend a campus-based examination or practical skills assessment due to the requirement to isolate, you can apply to your Programme Leader (or Module Lead) for Covid Isolation Mitigating Circumstances via email with evidence. You will not need to complete and submit a Mitigating Circumstances form.

If you are unable to attend a campus-based examination or practical skills assessment for any other reason, you will need to follow the usual Mitigating Circumstances process.

If you are unable to complete a remote assessment e.g. essay, report, Zoom presentation for any reason, you will need to follow the usual Mitigating Circumstances process.

From 11 January in England, people who receive positive lateral flow device (LFD) test results for coronavirus (Covid-19) will be required to self-isolate immediately.

They will NOT be required to take a confirmatory PCR test.

This is a temporary measure while Covid-19 rates remain high across the UK. Whilst levels of Covid-19 are high, the vast majority of people with positive LFD results can be confident that they have COVID-19.

Lateral flow tests are taken by people who do NOT have any Covid-19 symptoms.

Anyone who develops 1 of the 3 main Covid-19 symptoms should stay at home and self-isolate and take a PCR test. They must self-isolate if they get a positive test result, even if they have had a recent negative lateral flow test – these rules have not changed.

You are not legally required to self-isolate if you are notified you have had close contact with someone with Covid-19 as long as any of the following apply:

  • You are fully vaccinated.

  • You are below the age of 18 years and 6 months.

  • You have taken part in or are currently part of an approved COVID-19 vaccine trial.

  • You are not able to get vaccinated for medical reasons.

If you are aged 5 years and over and have been identified as a contact of someone with Covid-19, but are not legally required to self-isolate, you are strongly advised to:

  • Take an LFD test every day for 7 days, or until 10 days since your last contact with the person who tested positive for COVID-19 if this is earlier.

  • Take this daily LFD test before you leave the household for the first time that day.

If you take an LFD test and the result is positive, you should immediately self-isolate to prevent you from passing the infection on to other people.

The definition of a close contact is: a person who has been close to someone who has tested positive for Covid-19.

You can be a contact any time from 2 days before the person who tested positive developed their symptoms (or, if they did not have any symptoms, from 2 days before the date their positive test was taken), and up to 10 days after, as this is when they can pass the infection on to others. A risk assessment may be undertaken to determine this, but a contact can be:

  • Anyone who lives in the same household as another person who has Covid-19 symptoms or has tested positive for Covid-19

  • Anyone who has had any of the following types of contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19:

  • Face-to-face contact including being coughed on or having a face-to-face conversation within one metre

  • Been within one metre for one minute or longer without face-to-face contact

  • Been within 2 metres of someone for more than 15 minutes (either as a one-off contact, or added up together over one day)

A person may also be a close contact if they have travelled in the same vehicle or plane as a person who has tested positive for Covid-19.

Starting 17 January, from day 5 of isolation, when you get two negative test results in a row, you can stop self-isolating.

It is crucial that people isolating with Covid-19 wait until they have received the two negative lateral flow tests on two consecutive days to reduce the chance of still being infectious.

The first test must be taken no earlier than day 5 of the self-isolation period, and the second must be taken the following day. If an individual is positive on day 5, then a negative test is required on day 6 and day 7 to release from isolation.

It is essential that two negative lateral flow tests are taken on consecutive days and reported before individuals return to their job or education, if leaving self-isolation earlier than the full 10 day period.

For instance, if an individual is positive on day 5, then a negative test is required on both day 6 and day 7 to release from self-isolation, or positive on day 6, then a negative test is required on days 7 and 8, and so on until the end of day 10.

Those who leave self-isolation on or after day 6 are strongly advised to wear face coverings and limit close contact with other people in crowded or poorly ventilated spaces, work from home if they can do so and minimise contact with anyone who is at higher risk of severe illness if infected with COVID- 19. 

The default self-isolation period continues to be 10 days, and you may only leave self-isolation early if you have taken two LFDs and do not have a temperature in line with guidance.

For full details, please visit: Stay at home: guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Mandatory social distancing has now ended on campus, in line with the clear Government guidance. Internal office spaces and meetings therefore no longer require social distancing to be observed. However, everyone on campus is encouraged to be considerate to others by choosing to practise social distancing, where this is practicable.

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You are permitted to return to your term-time accommodation, from anywhere within the UK.

If you are using private vehicles, it is good practice to:

  • Avoid car sharing with anyone outside your household or support bubble.

  • Rigorously follow the safer travel guidance for passengers to reduce the risk of transmission to others where this is not possible.

If you are using public transport, you should:

  • Plan and avoid busy times and routes.

  • Consider wearing a face covering.

  • Keep your distance from people from other households where possible.

  • Wash or sanitise your hands regularly.

  • Avoid the busiest routes, as well as busy times like the rush hour.

  • Download the NHS COVID-19 app before you travel, if possible and check in where you see official NHS COVID-19 QR code posters.

Further details: Higher education providers: coronavirus (COVID-19) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

The Student Centre is open between 8:45am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Students unable to come to the campus can contact members of Student Services staff using the online chat facility AskUs - Ask Us (bolton.ac.uk)

You can also telephone 01204 903733 or email studentadvisors@bolton.ac.uk

Services available include:

  *   Academic Advice, including: Mitigating Circumstances, Appeals, Course Transfers, and Timetables.
  *   Pastoral Support, including: Student Funding, Student Support Fund (formerly the University Hardship Fund), Disability Services, Laptop Loan enquiries and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
  *   Essential careers/employment advice.

Visit Home - Student Services - University of Bolton Library at The University of Bolton for useful information on Student Services.

We recognise this has been and continues to be a challenging period for you. Please be reassured that we are here for you and have put in place a wide range of support through the respective course teams (e.g. Tutors, programme leaders etc).

Mental Health support

Life Lounge: The Life Lounge is open between 8:45am and 5pm Monday to Friday for students who have a pre-booked appointment.

If you are unable to come to campus, you can contact members of Life Lounge staff by email lifelounge@bolton.ac.uk or by telephone 01204 903566.

Life Lounge staff have also developed online mental health and wellbeing resources including self-help materials that can be accessed at: Home - Mental Health and Wellbeing - Subject Guides at The University of Bolton Support over Christmas - Mental Health and Wellbeing - University of Bolton Library at The University of Bolton 


Life Lounge services include: Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mental Health Assessments undertaken by the Mental Health Advisors.

To register for the Life Lounge please use the following link: Life Lounge - Student Support (bolton.ac.uk) Life Lounge - Student Support (bolton.ac.uk)


Additional support includes:

Umii: a social platform mobile app for you to talk to peers.

It is exclusive to the University of Bolton student population and allows students who have similar interests to connect.

(Download from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, search for UMII and then create an account using your @bolton.ac.uk email address.)

TogetherAll: a free and confidential mental health and wellbeing support platform that you can access through Togetherall; an online community available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Togetherall | A safe community to support your mental health, 24/7 - Togetherall

SHOUT – a confidential and free crisis text service. Text SHOUT to 85258 to receive support from a specially trained volunteer. They are accessible 24/7 and will be support you through your time of crisis. Text Shout to 85258 - (it is confidential and free for all UK major networks)

The Samaritans are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: Tel - 116 12

If you are self-isolating, or have tested positive for Covid-19, please contact the Student Advisors to find out what support we may be able to extend to you, email: studentadvisors@bolton.ac.uk or telephone 01204 903733.

Students who are Isolating/Tested Positive for Covid-19 – there is support available to those students who inform the University they have tested positive for Covid-19 or can provide evidence that they are having to self-isolate. This support includes food vouchers and emergency loans. For more information, please contact the Student Advisors by email studentadvisors@bolton.ac.uk or by telephone 01204903733. It is important that if you are isolating that for the duration of your self-isolation you do not come to the campus to enquire about support.

The Library is open from 9am-9pm Monday to Friday. See the Library website for details of staffed opening hours.

A wide choice of Individual Study Space is available which must be booked in advance. There is now no need to book for Collection/Return/Browsing the Shelves or visiting the Library Helpdesk. You can attend at the time of your choosing but please observe our COVID-safe procedures

A huge digital library is available via Discover@Bolton, including over 200,000 eBooks and thousands of electronic journals. A wide range of support material including Subject Guides and Frequently Asked Questions are available online. You can get support from the Library by phone and email.

International students studying at the University of Bolton are required to attend face-to-face teaching for the Academic Year 2021/22.

If you are based outside the UK, there are requirements you must follow when you arrive in England.

What you need to do will depend on which countries you have been in or travelled through in the 10 days before your arrival.

For further Information about arrival into England and to view the status of individual countries, please visit the UK government webpage: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england

You must check this information carefully and ensure you follow the correct advice for the country you have been in or travelled through.

Careers and Employment Support are accessible (from 8.45am to 5pm, Monday to Friday) via the help desk in the Careers Office, located within the Student Centre.

If any student wants to book a full guidance interview, speak to a member of the Careers team, have a CV or application form checked, or attend any careers workshops, these are being delivered online.

All careers support and access to careers and employment resources are available via the link: https://studenthub.bolton.ac.uk

A wide range of relevant Postgraduate Master’s degrees are available (with a particular focus on enhancing your employment opportunities).

  • High temperature– this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature). 

  • And/or a new continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual). 

  • And/or loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.

For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild infection.

If you have symptoms and have not had a test, stay at home and get a test to check if you have coronavirus as soon as possible.

You must not come on to campus if you have coronavirus symptoms.

We would expect that if you have any serious illness that you would be considerate to other students and not to do anything which is likely to spread their infection.

If you have any doubt as to whether you are symptomatic of coronavirus or just of a cold, you should call 111 to seek NHS advice.

 

Students living in halls of residence or houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) who develop symptoms of coronavirus should self-isolate in their current accommodation.

Those living in private halls should inform their hall manager so they in turn can inform Public Health England’s local Health Protection Team.

Students in HMOs will need to discuss their circumstances with both their landlord and their institution.

 

People of all ages can get coronavirus.

Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes or heart disease) are more likely to become severely ill with the virus.

People of all ages should follow simple measures to stop viruses like coronavirus spreading, for example by washing their hands often with soap and water.

The University understands that you may use social media to interact and share information via online communication channels.

However, all members of the University community should always use social media responsibly and carefully manage their digital footprint.

You must also ensure that they you familiarise yourself with the latest Social Media and IT Use policies of the University and, when relevant, the professional/regulatory code of conduct that relates to their programme of study and/or profession.

The inappropriate use of social media can be damaging to your own reputation, harm others but can also damage the reputation of the University.

Further information can be found via the following links:

https://www.bolton.ac.uk/assets/Uploads/Student-Social-MediaGuidance-2018-22.pdf

https://www.bolton.ac.uk/assets/Uploads/Student-Non-AcademicConduct-and-Disciplinary-Policy-and-Procedure-2019-22.pdf

Please contact your Personal Tutor or Programme Leader in the first instance if you have any questions. Please be patient in waiting for a response from them.

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