Find out who to contact if you want to submit a complaint or appeal, as well as sources of advice and guidance.
All appeal forms should be emailed to the University Appeals Unit:
All complaints forms should be emailed to the appropriate College Student Complaints Officer:
Camberwell Chelsea Wimbledon
Central Saint Martins
London College of Communication
London College of Fashion
Accommodation and Housing
Complaints relating to accommodation or housing should be sent directly to Accommodation Services.
Other University Services or Departments
Complaints about any other University Service or Department should be emailed directly to the department. All department contact details can be found on the University website, or alternatively you can contact the University Complaints Unit to find out who you should submit your complaint to.
Central University Complaints Unit
You can contact the central University Complaints Unit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sources of Help and Advice
The following University services can offer help and support in making a complaint or appealing an exam board decision:
Tel: 020 7514 6270
The Students' Union Advice Workers can discuss any concerns you may have about your time at University and answer any queries you have about the complaints or appeals process.
Tel: 020 7514 6219
The Disability Service can advise on arranging reasonable adjustments, carry out disability needs assessments and inform you of your rights as a disabled person.
Mental Health Adviser
Tel: 020 7514 6531/ 0207 514 2988
Webpage: Mental Health
The Mental Health Adviser can also provide advice and guidance on mental health, will liaise with other professionals and can advocate on your behalf if necessary.
Tel: 020 7514 6251
The Counselling Service offer a safe space for you to discuss issues and reflect on the concerns that are affecting you, whether it relates directly to your studies or not.
Tel: 0207 514 9876
The Diversity Team can offer advice on your right to fair treatment, and the legal protections you are afforded in terms of discrimination on grounds of age, disability, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation, trans, social class or caring responsibilities.