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For All Our Futures
Useful policies and guidelines for students who are experiencing bullying and harassment or need help resolving disputes or complaints.
Online bullying and harassment
What you can do if you are bullied, harassed or threatened online.
What to do if you experience a non-academic dispute at the University of Auckland.
The Proctor can be contacted for all matters relating to student non-academic misconduct, including complaints against students, or disputes between students.
Academic disputes and complaints
Information, definition, support and academic complaints procedures.
Complaint or feedback on University service delivery
Form to submit a complaint or feedback about service you’ve received from the University.
Any member of the University community can report a concern or incident involving a student.
Our Prevention of Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy confirms our commitment to ensuring everyone is treated with respect.
Read our guidelines to help prevent bullying, harassment and discrimination from occurring at the University of Auckland.
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