All personal information processed by the University is done so in accordance with the requirements and safeguards of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the University’s registration with the Information Commissioner.
More information about our Data Protection
We welcome applications from every section of the community as part of our commitment to equality of opportunity within a diverse working and learning environment.
Equality and diversity policies
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 allows access to information held by public bodies including universities, subject to some exemptions.
More about the Freedom of Information Act
Our CCTV policy aims to ensure that CCTV on Teesside University’s premises is operated to enhance safety, and the sense of safety.
CCTV policy (word - 769kb)
If you would like copies of the most recent Governors' Report and Financial Statements, please ring 01642 342720.
Governors' Report and Financial Statements
Our health and safety staff have put together information to advise you on all health and safety issues as well as guide you through some of the emergency situations that might arise and how you can cope with them.
Health and safety procedures
Emergency procedures and first aid
The quality handbook describes the University's strategic approach to quality management, setting out its key features.
The handbook provides comprehensive information about the University's services, facilities and regulations for full-time and part-time students.
From student attendance and plagiarism, to complaints procedures and fees and charges - we set out regulations to make sure our students are treated fairly and get most out of their time at the University.
The University had a successful outcome from the latest visit from the Quality Assurance Agency [QAA] in Summer 2016, the full report can be accessed on the QAA website.
There were a number of features of good practice identified in the report, along with some recommendations and affirmations of actions already being taken by the University. The Action Plan below highlights how the University plans to further enhance the areas of good practice and also address the recommendations and affirmations. The Action Plan has been shared and developed with the Students’ Union at Teesside, and subsequently received at the University’s Student Learning & Experience Committee and by the Vice-Chancellor as Chair of the Academic Board.
Publication date: 20 October 2016
Teesside University stands strongly for social inclusion and has always been committed, in principle and in practice, to the economic, social and cultural success of the communities that it serves.
Corporate social responsibility framework
A new University no-smoking policy was launched, to coincide with 1 July 2007 when virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces in England became smoke-free.