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We know that for some of our students, this time will be further compounded due to the impact lockdown will be having on those experiencing Domestic Abuse.  If you find yourself in this situation, or know someone at risk of Domestic Violence, please contact the Student Counselling, Mental Health & Wellbeing team, who can support and advise you at this time.  Remember, in an emergency call 999, and if needed, make use of the Silent Solutions option to let operators know you need help.  For more information visit our Wellbeing Page or call the team on 01772 893020 and we will get back promptly. Alternatively, you can visit Women’s Aid, Safelives or view the articles on Report and Support for further guidance and advice. 

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This policy explains how we collect, use and handle information that you provide through your use of the University of Central Lancashire website. We utilise this data to respond to your enquiries, monitor use of our systems, and to improve your experience of our website.

All personal data collected and used by UCLan is handled in compliance with current data protection legislation. If you would like more detailed information relating to our Data Protection Policy, your privacy or your rights, or who to contact if you have any concerns about the use of your data, please visit our Privacy Policy. Information provided to us through Report and Support will be reviewed for destruction six years after graduation or withdrawal.

This policy is reviewed on a regular basis and any changes will be updated accordingly on the UCLan Data Protection web pages.

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