Because the University wants you to do your best, we expect you
to participate fully in your learning experience. The University
believes you will perform best if you regularly attend scheduled
classes and participate in all activities associated with your
Your lecturers carefully prepare the materials they use in class
and genuinely care about your academic career, so try to let them
know if you are unable to attend. If you are absent, you cannot
expect lecturers to deliver the session again to you
The most important thing to remember is that simply
turning up will not be enough; you should expect to engage actively
in your learning and work hard in your studies.
Led primarily by the Students' Union and informed by student
views, the student
charter is a set of shared expectations which
establishes the values and standards we are seeking to promote
across all of our learning community.
The University of Wolverhampton is an equal opportunities
organisation that believes in everyone’s right to be treated with
respect and seeks to eliminate all types of discrimination.
As a member of the University community, you should always
behave in a way that reflects these aims:
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