Stay safe, be respectful
We all have responsibilities to behave and follow the latest COVID-19 safety measures to keep everyone - fellow students, staff and the wider Bristol community - safe and well.
Find out who is in your Living Circle
To find out who is in your living circle:
- Stay in your living circle (if you are in halls) or household and,
- Follow social distancing when outside your group.
If you do, you can:
- Enjoy face-to-face teaching
- Get to know Bristol better and avoid a local lockdown
- Keep our community safe
- Make the most of your student experience
In the University community
- Look after your health and safety
- Follow our campus safety guidelines
- Read our University Acceptable Behaviour Policy Statement (PDF, 95kB). This outlines:
- how we can work together to keep each other safe
- what you can expect from us and what we expect from all our students
- Consider the feelings and safety of people who may:
- not be able to wear a face covering
- feel vulnerable because they or their family members have underlying health conditions
- come from different parts of the world and need to get used to UK guidance
- Help other people to understand and follow the rules:
In the local community
Living away from home brings responsibilities. It's important to remember you are part of a community.
- Get coronavirus advice and information on GOV.UK including:
Many of you live in mixed communities. You may live in a community where children are going back to school, elderly people live or people are working from home.
We do not recommend holding, hosting or attending house parties, they are likely to impact the wider community. We will take reports of any house parties very seriously.
Get involved with your community
Get involved with your community and make a positive impact in the new COVID-19 world. Take part in one of our volunteering opportunities and make the most of your time at university.
Breaking COVID-19 regulations
We will investigate any reports we receive about off-campus antisocial behaviour.
If you break the guidelines, you may be subject to disciplinary action, including fines, suspension or exclusion.