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University Proctor

The University Proctor is responsible for dealing with all matters of student misconduct, either as a student disciplinary matter or an issue of professional suitability for students who are on professional courses. The proctor is also responsible for formal complaints by students about their time at University.

The Proctor has a general responsibility for student safety and works closely with the police and other partners to ensure that our students are safe and feel safe.

The Students' Union Advice Centre works closely with the Proctor's office when liaising on cases (with the student's consent),  and the Advice team can be available to represent students at disciplinary and professional suitability meetings.

Students can also access the University Proctor if they wish to report any incident involving a fellow student or staff member which does not meet the University's regulations. 


Key Responsibilities of the Proctor's Office:


Student Conduct - ensures that all students can go about their studies and private lives within the University environment without being subjected to inappropriate behaviour by other students.

Community Liaison – the development of positive relationships between our students and the local community. Students can contact the Community Liaison Manager by email at community@chester.ac.uk

Student Complaints – to give appropriate advice and support to students wishing to make complaints about the University.


Contacting the University Proctor


Students can contact the proctor, and access further information in the following ways:

  • Face to face at the Information Point on the ground floor of Binks CBK005 in Chester.
  • By emailing universityproctor@chester.ac.uk
  • By telephone: Chester: 01244 511559 or Warrington 01925 534206