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Just for Students

This section consists of essential information for both participation and performance athletes; exploring the concessions process, advice on concussions and anti-doping regulations at Durham University.
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Support for Students

From what to do in the event of a concussion - advice from our physiotherapy team here at Maiden Castle, to "I need to take time off from my studies for a sporting commitment, what do I do?" Just for students is here to support you, providing you with all of the guidance and support needed.


UK Anti-Doping

The Higher Education sector has an important role in working together for clean sport, with many talent and performance athletes attending specialist higher education colleges and universities on their journey to becoming elite athletes. Durham University work closely with UKAD as a key partner, putting clean sport at the heart of what we do. Read on for further information on how to safely participate in your sport.
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Reporting a Concern or Complaint

The Student Enrichment Directorate takes all student complaints seriously and has a Case Manager who works closely alongside the Student Conduct Office to investigate student complaints and concerns, student discipline, allegations of student misconduct, and sexual misconduct and violence.

Read more on how to make a complaint here