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Have Your Say: Behavioural Values

We want to listen to your thoughts and feedback on this important issue. The form below is deliberately open so that you have the space to share your thoughts and views.

A critical part of the review process regarding our University values and acceptable behaviours is to listen to viewpoints from across our community. Your views will inform the Joint Senate and Council Advisory Group work looking at how we can translate our values as a community into a full statement or code of what is, and what is not, acceptable behaviour. The Advisory Group has been tasked with putting forward a strong positive account of our values.

As a member of the Warwick community, we would very much welcome your input and appreciate you taking the time to help define and re-state the behavioural values at Warwick.

If you feel affected by anything covered on this web-page or by this subject matter, please access the support services available at the University.

If you have any questions around the consultation, please contact

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Thank you for sharing your views on the University's behavioural values. We are also listening to views on the student disciplinary and appeals process if you would like to share your thoughts.