Royal Holloway, University of London ("the College") expects you to act responsibly and to be accountable for your actions, both academic and non-academic. During on-line signup you agree to be bound by the College Statutes, Regulations and policies of the College as amended from time to time. These are listed below each relevant General Regulation for your information. All applicable College regulations are enforced under the Student Disciplinary Regulations, which may lead totermination of College registration or withdrawal of facilities.
You are reminded that this responsibility extends to participation in College related activities off site, such as field trips, placements or years abroad. Likewise, behaviour in the local community that brings the College into disrepute by causing annoyance, offence or leads to statutory action may also result in College action under the disciplinary regulations.
Where a student is unwilling or unable to take reasonable steps to manage their behaviour College reserves the right to take appropriate action. Management of behaviour includes, but is not limited to, physical and mental health issues. If you encounter difficulties you are encouraged to seek support fromthe College's support services.
You must take responsibility for your own finances and budgeting, seeking help from the relevant College and / or external funding support services as needed. This includes a responsibility to ensure your tuition fees, accommodation fees and other contractual payments are paid to the College on or before the invoice due date. Non-payment of fees may result in termination of registration or eviction from College halls. The Student Fee Regulations state the terms and conditions relating to fee payment.
The Student Charter provides a summary of our aspirations for both students and staff which is designed to benefit and support the student experience. It is not intended to be a legally binding contract of terms and conditions. It is important that all prospective and current students familiarise themselves with the current published documents that relate in any way to their being a student.