University Disclosure Log

Date received Date due Date completed Information asked for Notes
5 March 20184 April 201826 March 2018Dear Staffordshire University,

This request is under the Freedom of Information Act 2000:

1) Please inform met of the number of disciplinary actions taken against students resulting in a fine and/or expulsion in the last five academic years, the reasons for such action being taken, and the results of any appeal.

2) In those academic years (2013 to 2017), how many of those are the case where a ghostwriter involve? (for ex: assignment or dissertation were written by somebody else)

3) How to find out that ghostwriter involvement since many ghostwriter organisations offer the plagiarism checking?

4) Is there any case where your staff involved in that unfair practice, being a ghostwriter for the student? Please give the details about those cases.

If you feel the information I have requested cannot be compiled within a reasonable time frame, I would appreciate of you at least can answer my first question.

If you need any clarificationthen please contact me via email. Under your section 16 duty to provide advice and assustance. I would expect you contact me if you find this request unmanageable in any way.
We write in response to the Freedom of Information Request you submitted to Staffordshire University on the 5 March 2018.

1) Please inform me of the number of disciplinary actions taken against students resulting in a fine and/or expulsion in the last five academic years, the reasons for such action being taken, and the results of any appeal.
Please see our response below:

Date: 24/02/2014
Type: Conviction Supplying drugs
Penalty Applied: Expulsion

Date: 07/08/2015
Type: Conviction - Actual Bodily Harm
Penalty Applied: Expulsion

Date: 20/03/2018
Type: Conviction - possession of drugs with intent to supply to another person
Penalty Applied: Expulsion

2) In those academic years (2013 to 2017), how many of those are the case where a ghostwriter organisations offer the plagiarism checking?

Staffordshire University has an Academic Misconduct Policy available on our website, which makes it very clear that ghostwriting (or commissioning) breaches academic misconduct regulations and advises on the penalties associated.

4) Is there any case where your staff involved in that unfair practice, being a ghostwriter for the student? Please give details about those cases.

None.
2 March 20183 April 20183 April 2018Twenty years ago (when I was a Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at Sussex University), I undertook the first comprehensive survey of transnational education among UK and Australian Universities. The summary report, which received considerable media coverage and has also been widely cited in the burgeoning academic literature on this topic, can be accessed via google scholar,

Although I am now retired, I still take a close interest in the development of TNE provision in the UK universities as well as elsewhere in Europe and North America. I have decided, therefore, to undertake another survey/review in order to analyse key developments and issues that have arisen during the last 20 years. While there is a lot more data available now (in particular, HESA enrolment data by HEI and country which I have accessed), I would be very grateful if you could provide me with the following information for your University:

1) A list of your current overseas partner institutions by country indicating the year and when each partnership was established and the ownership status (public/private/other) of the overseas partner;

2) Total off shore expediture and revenue for each of the three main types of TNE provision, namely open distance learning, validated/franchised courses, and international branch campuses for 2008/07 and 2015/2016. Unfortunately, this financial data cannot be extracted from HESA or any other statistics, but it is essential for any meaningful analysis of the basic economics of TNE provision, which up until now has been entirely lacking.

I appreciate the possible commercial sensitivity of disclosing financial information of this kind but I can assure you (as I did 20 years ago) that, under no circumstances, will the identities of individual respondent HEIs been identified and that the data will be used solely to provide an aggregate overview of key funding/economic/incentive issues.

I return for your assistance, I will be very happy to send you a copy of my report which will be completed in May.
Thank you for your request under the Freedom of Information Act dated 2 March 2018 for the information set out in your letter to the Vice Chancellor dated 10 February 2018. You have asked for the following:

A) A list of all current overseas partner institutions by country indicating the year when each partnership was established and the ownership (public/private/other) of the overseas partner;

B) Total off-shore expenditure and revenue for each of the three main types of TNE provision, i.e. Open, distance learning, validated/franchised courses and internal branch campuses for 2008/07 and 2015/2016.

The University confirms that it holds the requested information with the exception of information relating to total expenditure. Information held in relation to this element of your request is partial, rather than total and disclosing fragmented information would lead to misleading and inaccurate inferences being drawn.

The University has concluded that the information held is exempt from disclosure under FOIA s43(2) (prejudice to commercial interests) because disclosure in response to your request under the FOIA would prejudice the University's commercial interests.

You acknowledged in your letter dated 10 February 2018 the commercial sensitivity of disclosing information of this kind and have indicated that you will not disclose it further. Disclosing information in response to a request under the FOIA, however, is disclosure to the world at large.

The market for overseas provision by UK HE providers is fiercely competitive, particularly in view of the diminution of public funding and the limit on net migration to the UK, which includes student members. An increasing number of HEIs are competing for MIddle Eastern and South East Asian collaborations in order to find new income streams to supplement diminished public and international student funding. Putting such information into the public domain would provide the University's competitors with valuable information enabling them to target the University's partners and undercut it in negotiations. Disclosure in the circumstances would therefore confer a real competitive advantage on such competitors.
The University has considered the public interest and acknowledges the public interest in being transparent and accountable in its decision-making and in its use of public funds. The University however already puts into the public domain information regarding its decisions and use of public funds in the interests of transparency and accountability. (http://www.staffs.ac.uk/support_depts/finance/statements/)

The balance of public interest lies in ensuring that the University remains competitive and secures valuable alternative sources of income, such as TNE. In all the circumstances of the case, the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosure to the public at large.

Regards,

Staffordshire University
8 March 20189 April 201827 March 2018To Whom it May Concern,

I am writing to you to request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act.

Between the date range of 1st October 2011, to 1st October 2017 please provide the following figures, per the university academic year:

- The number of academic appeals received by the University

- The number of successful appeals

- The number of unsuccessful appeals

Please provide this information broken down by the University's academic year. For example;

Appeals Successful Unsuccesful

2010/2011
2011/2012
2012/2013

If it is not possible to provide the information requested due to the information exceeding the cost of compliance limits identified in Section 12, please provide advice and assistance, under Section 16 obligations o the Act, as to how I can refine my request. For example, narrowing the date range.

If you can identify any ways that my request could be refined please provide further advice and assistance to indicate this. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact me via email or phone and I will be happy to clarify what I am asking for.
All academic appeals to Staffordshire Universtiy are considered by the Academic Regulations and Compliance Team. In this particular instance we have considered an academic appeal at Satffordshire University to be a request for a review of any Award Board decision. Any appeals would have been dealt with in accordance with the Procedure for a student to appeal against the decision of an Award Board. The process for assessing appeals changed in 2016/17 whereby additional stage was added prior to accepting an appeal. Appeals could then be classed as not eligible for consideration, and therefore would not be accepted.

Please find below a table listing appeals per academic year. In this instance we have reported on Academic Years from October to September, as any appeals received in September would relate to the prior academic year.

2011/2012
Total Appeals = 520
Upheld = 305
Partly Upheld = 10
Not Upheld = 189
Withdrawn = 16
Not Eligible = N/A

2012/2013
Total Appeals = 574
Upheld = 391
Partly Upheld - 12
Not Upheld = 161
Withdrawn = 10
Not Eligible = N/A

2013/2014
Total Appeals = 629
Upheld = 466
Partly Upheld = 15
Not Upheld = 141
Withdrawn = 7
Not Eligible = N/A

2014/2015
Total Appeals = 553
Upheld = 390
Partly Upheld = 7
Not Upheld = 149
Withdrawn = 7
Not Eligible = N/A

2015/2016
Total Appeals = 626
Upheld = 423
Partly Upheld = 11
Not Upheld = 172
Withdrawn = 20
Not Eligible = N/A

2016/2017
Total Appeals = 425
Upheld = 265
Partly Upheld = 6
Not Upheld = 83
Withdrawn = 13
Not Eligible = 58

Regards,

Staffordshire University
6 March 20185 April 201828 March 2018I am a Masters of Architecture student at The University of Liverpool currently completing my thesis, which is a hypothetical project based in Stoke on Trent. As part of a group I'm investigating hypothetically how the area could be regenerated by creating a new ceramics centre similar to ones in Castellon in Spain and Modena in Italy.

As part of the research I was hoping to get an idea of teh course numbers from some of the courses offered at your university if at all possible.

I would be interested in finding out the number of students the university admits on average onto the following courses every year:

3D Design Maker - Ceramics (BA Hons) - UCAS code: W273 (Ceramics)

Ceramic Design MA (Part tIme)
Further to your request for information please see our response below.

We have included details of the average for the current year to date and previous four academic years, and averages include total enrolment average and further average split by Continuing and New Students.

Value Description: Average Enrolment for MA Ceramic Design (Part Time) = 8.4

Average Enrolment for BA (Hons) 3D Design: Ceramics (Full-Time) = 8.4

Value Description: Average Continuing Students for MA Ceramic Design (Part-Time) = 5.6

Average Continuing Students for BA (Hons) 3D Design: Ceramics (Full-Time) = 6

Value Description for Average New Students (5 year) for MA Ceramic Design (Part Time) = 0

Average New Students (5 year) for BA (Hons) 3D Design: Ceramics (Full-Time) = 0

Average New Students (2 year) for MA Ceramic Design (Part-Time) = 0

Average New Students (2 year) for BA (Hons) 3D Design: Ceramics (Full-Time) = 6.5
5 March 20184 April 20183 April 2018Dear Staffordshire University,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, please provide answers to the following:

1) What is the out of hours support service for the IT Department?

1.A) If you have a policy for the above, please provide this.

2) Is the out of hours arrangement part of the staff contract or best endeavours?

3) Is this out of hours support paid and if so, what is the payment structure that is used?

4) If the out of hours support is not provided by internal staff, is this contracted out to external providers?
Dear Sirs,

1) What is the out of hours support service for the IT Department?

We offer 24/7, 365 days telephone support to staff and students, additionally supported via network monitoring tool; the out of hours element covers all hours except 08:30hrs until 17:00hrs Monday to Friday (weekends, public holidays and University holidays are also covered by the out of hours provider).

1.A) If you have a policy for the above, please provide this.

The University does not hold a policy as such, although information is available on our website URL

2) Is the out of hours arrangement part of the staff contract or best endeavours?

The out of core hours (17:00hrs until 08:30hrs Monday to Friday and all day weekends) is covered by a third party. The third party is a shared services agreement with NorMAN (an external provider, wholly owned and run by Northumbria University). Further information on the NorMAN 'Out of Hours' service can be found at their website URL

3) Is this out of hours support paid and if so, what is the payment structure that is used?

There is an annual charge, payable August to July.

4) If the out of hours support is not provided by internal staff, is this contracted out to external providers?

Please see response to question 2.

Thank you for contacting Staffordshire University.
13 March 201812 April 20189 April 2018I am sending this request under the Freedom of Information Act to ask for the following information:

1) Have you received any complaints about academic course content between 1st September 2010 and 9th March 2018?
A) How many?
B) What was the course title and faculty it came under?
C) What was the nature of the complaint?
D) What action was taken?

2) Between 1st September 2010 and 9th March 2018, have you:
A) Reviewed academic course content in light of complaints?
B) Changed course content in light of complaints?

3) Do you or have you ever used 'trigger warnings? Or content warnings? Please give details

4) Have you ever changed course content because a text or subject matter was deemed offensive or had themes that were likely to upset? Please give details.

If you are encountering practical difficulties with complying with this request, please contact me as soon as possible (in line with your section 16 duty to advise and assist requesters) so that we can discuss the matter and if necessary I can modify the request.
Please see below the number of cases recorded by the University Academic Regulations and Compliance Team. Please note that information relating to informal complaints is not recorded, and so therefore we have responded only on formal complaints, as considered in accordance with Stage 2 of teh University Complaints Procedure.

2010/2011 - Zero Complaints
2011/2012 - Zero Complaints
2012/2013 - 1 complaint. Misunderstood comments made about the military service. Action Taken: Apology made by tutor and accepted by complainant

2013/2014 - Zero Complaints
2014/2015 - Zero Complaints
2015/2016 - Zero Complaints
2016/2017 - Zero Complaints
2017/2018 - Zero Complaints

- No formal complaints regarding course content during the requested years had a recorded outcome to review or change academic course content.

- The Academic Regulations and Compliance Team has no record whether or not trigger or content warnings are used, nor has any formal complaint regarding course content during the requested years contained a recorded outcome to review the use of such warnings.

0 The Academic Regulations and Compliance Team has no record whether or not course content has been changed or reviewed due to a text or subject matter being considered offensive, or had themes likely to upset. No formal complaint regarding course content during the requested years contained a recorded outcome to review or change course content due to this reason.
11 March 201810 April 201820 April 2018Under the Freedom of Information laws, please could I ask for details of cases where students or staff have received action (such as formal reprimand, warning or penalty) for what the University deemed to be unacceptable behaviour.

Types of behaviour could include, but should not be limited to: plagiarism, sexual misconduct, harassment, bullying, drugs, IT mis-use, causing problems around students' halls of residence. Where the time limit is likely to be invoked, please reduce the scope of the request to discount staff.

Likewise, if the sheer number of the University codes of conduct triggers a refusal notice, please focus on those which relate specifically to student behaviour, for example "Student Policies and Regulations", and plagiarism, sometimes referred to as "research and enterprise."

Please provide separate data for each of the three full academic years, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17.

Where possible, please provide the information to show:

Date/Nature of allegations/outcome/any other details notes
Reported cases of a disciplinary nature are considered in accordance with the provisions of the Staffordshire University Student Disciplinary Procedure. Students found guilty of a breach of discipline are subject to the range of penalties as defined in the Student Discplinary Procedure. Throughout the requested reporting period, Staffordshire University has recorded the data on cases considered by a University Disciplinary Committee, and the outcome of each investigation pertaining to the requested reporting period is recorded as below:

Unacceptable Behaviour 2014 to 2017:

2014/2015 - Nature of Allegation

Allegation of Racism - Outcome: Discplinary Sanction

Allegation of failure to safely protect and secure personal data. Outcome - Discplinary Sanction

2015/2016 - Nature of Allegation

Allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards a colleague. Outcome: Disciplinary Sanction

2016/2017 - Nature of Allegation

Allegation of inappropriate behaviour towards a student. Outcome: Discplinary Action

Date Referred to University: 27/03/2017
Nature of Allegation: Found in possession of a controlled substance 'cannabis' in University managed accommodation.
Action Taken/Outcome: Upheld. Accommodation Licence Agreement terminated and the student required to vacate University accommodation permanently.

Date Referred to University: 25/10/2016
Nature of Allegation: Sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour
Action Taken/Outcome: Partly upheld. Student suspended, with conditions imposed on the student prior to their return to study in the following academic year.

Date Referred to University: 16/03/2017
Nature of Allegation: Sexual assault
Action Taken/Outcome: Not upheld, however, warning of future conduct and awareness of the invasion of personal space.

Reported cases that relate specifically to breaches of assessment regulations are considered in accordance with the provisions of the Procedure for Dealing with Breaches of Assessment Regulations - Academic Misconduct.

Staffordshire University classify academic misconduct in three tiers: minor, major and gross. Throughout the requested reporting period, Staffordshire University has recorded the data on proven cases of academic misconduct in terms of the category of gross academic misconduct. Cases of this severity are considered by a University Academic Misconduct Panel, The categories of academic misconduct are defined in section 3 of the Procedure for Dealing with Breaches Assessment Regulations - Academic Misconduct. The category of gross academic misconduct is defined in section 3.7.

The data relating to proven cases of gross academic misconduct is as follows:

Academic Year: Proven Cases:
2014/2015 25
2015/2016 9
2016/2017 9

The severity of the offence, defined as "gross", is recorded, rather than the specific penalty. Students found guilty of gross academic misconduct will be subject to the range of penalties as defined in Section 3, Table 1, of the Procedure for Dealing with Breaches of Assessment Regulations - Academic Misconduct.
12 March 201811 April 201820 April 2018I would like to request some information under the Freedom of Information Act.

Please could you tell me if the undergraduates at your university are charged, in addition to tuition fees and university accommodation costs, for each of the following things.

In each case, please state yes or no and state whether undergraduates are given discounted/subsidised rates.

- Printing and photocopying. Please give average rates for each
- Courses specific equipment. Please give average costs, if possible and give examples of the items students are asked to pay for, such as laboratory equipment or art supplies.
-Field trips
- Wifi - please state where, for example in the university's libraries, or university-owned halls of residences, and give rates.
-Use of university gym. Please give standard rates and any subsidised rate for undergraduates.
- Exam resits. Please give details of average charges.
- Membership of specialist associations and Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks. Please give average costs, if possible, and examples of the types of fees students may have to pay in the case of association membership.
- Parking, Please state what the standard rate is and any subsidised rate for undergraduates.

Please could I have the information in the form of a table, such as the example below:

Printing & Photocopying
Equipment
Firld Trips
Wifi
Gym use
Exam resits
Association membership & DBS checks
Parking

If it is not possible to provide the information requested due to the information exceeding the cost compliance limits identified in Section 12, please provide advice and assistance, under your Section 16 obligations, as to how I can refine my request to be included in the scope of the Act.
Printing & Photocopying
Yes/No - Yes
Avg Cost/Rates - A4 Black and White - 3pence, A4 Colour - 10pence, A3 Black and White 6pence, A3 Colour 20pence.

Equipment
Yes/No - No
Avg Cost/Rates - We provide lab coats to students free of charge. If they lose it they have to pay for a replacement.

Students do not pay for laboratory equipment. If they need to purchase anything for the project use, they can claim back the expenditure.

Field Trips:
Yes/No: See below
Avg Cost/rates - For core modules we do not charge.

For optional modules students pay a conrtibution, up to the actual cost.

Wifi:
Yes/No - No
Avg cost/rates - Wifi is free for students at the University

Gym Use;
Yes/No: Yes (with exceptions given below)
Avg cost/rates: Public (including staff): #18/month. Students: #15/month. Sports Team Member: #12/month (off-peak only). Students in University Accommodation: annual gym memvership included in accommodation package.

Exam resits:
Yes/No: N/A
Avg Cost/rates: Zero

Association membership & DBS checks:
Yes/No: No
Avg cost/rates: We do not pay for the individual memberships. If students wish ti join professional bodies it is up to the student to fund.

The only course where membership is compulsory is the CILEX apprenticeship and we do not pay the membership costs for these.

Parking:
Yes/No: Yes (with exceptions given below).
Avg cost/rates: #120 full staff permit. #60 full student permit. #20 off-peak (5pm-10am). #120 for staff Blue Badge Holders. FOC for student Blue Badge Holders. FOC temporary permits if on campus 12 or fewer times. #10/month option for short courses up to 6 months.
Further info/examples: Students resident on campus are restricted to Clarice Cliff car park.

Staff and students living within 2 miles of campus are not eligible for a permit unless they have extenuating circumstances (e.g. Disability, childcare responsibilities, etc).
13 March 201812 April 201820 April 2018I am sending this request under the Freedom of Information Act to ask for the following information.

1) In each of the academic years of 2009/10, 2015/16 and 2016/17, how many students registered on a course of study at your higher education institution were taking an unscheduled break of a year off from their studies citing mental health problems as the reason for that break; this should include any deferral system available to them, be it by taking a period of interruption in their studies or re-sitting our of attendance etc.

2. If it is possible can you please break the figures for question 1 down into undergraduate amd post-graduate students by each year.

3. How many students registered at your higher education institution are currently taking such a breack in this academic year of 2017/18 and again if possible please break the figures down by undergraduate and post-graduate students.

If answering the questions in full would would breach the cost limit, please provide an explanation as to why and the prioritise answering the questions in order in which they were asked.

If you are encountering practical difficulties with complying with this request, please contact me as soon as possible (in line with your section 16 duty to advise and assist requesters) so that we can discuss the matter and if necessary I can modify the request.
Dear Sirs,

Unfortunately, we are unable to answer questions 1 and 2 as we do not hold data in this level of detail. However, please see below for the answer to question 3 of which we have split by course delivery.

3) How many students registered at your higher education institution are currently taking such a break in this academic year 2017/18 and again if possible please break down by undergraduate and post-graduate students.

UG = 489 students for all course deliveries (Staffordshire University UK and Overseas Partner)
UG = 302 students for just Staffordshire University course delivery
PG = 181 students for all course deliveries (Staffordshire University UK and Overseas Partner)
PG = 155 students for just Staffordshire University course delivery.
17 March 201817 April 20189 May 2018I write in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 ("The Act") to request disclosure of data held which concerns the use of animals in research by Staffordshire University ("The Public Authority").

For the avoidance of doubt the term 'animal research' is defined as regulated procedures governed by the Animal (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 ("ASPA) and EU Directive 2010/63/EU ("The EU Directive").

The information I wish to request is as follows:

1) By species: How many animals were used in researcg by "The Public Authority" from January 1st 2017 to December 31st 2017?

2) Minutes, reports and correspondence of any Animal Welfare & Ethical Review Board ("AWERB"), formerly known as the Ethical Review Committee ("ERC"), or sub-committee at University level, including but not limited to departmental committees, from 2017, where these relate to experimentation or other work involving captive live animals, in addition to any guidance issued by these committees at any time if currently in use. For the avoidance of doubt the term 'committee' is used in broad definition and is inclusive of boards, groups or similarly natured structural enterprises.
Dear Sirs,

Further to your request for information we can confirm that we do not have research of animal from, Animal (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 - "which encompassed all living vertebrates other than humans, under the responsibility of humans" and the EU Directive 2010/63/EU which covers non-human vertebrates and cephlapods, then we are not aware of any used in the Biological Sciences Department at the University.
31 March 201830 April 20189 May 2018Please send me details for the period of 2017-18 on the following:

The total value of the courier service contracts that were outsourced?

The name of your primary and any secondary Courier supplier

The value ofyour primary supplier contract, its expiry date and the services they provide (e.g. Same day/next day/overnight)

The value of your secondary supplier's contract, its expiry date and the services they provide (e.g. Same day/next day/overnight)

The total cost of the courier services that were managed in-house?

The number of staff employed in managing those contracts

The number of vehicles owned or leased to meet the in-house courier requirement

The name and email of the person responsible for the procurement/management of these services?

If this request is unclear I would be grateful if you could conract me as I understand that under the Act, you are required to advvise and assist the requester.

If any of this information is already in the public domain, please can you direct me to it, with page references and URLs if necessary?

If the release of any of this information is prohibited on the grounds of breach of confidence, I ask that you supply me with copies of the confidentiality agreement and remind you that the information should not be treated as confidential if such an agreement has not been signed.
Dear Sir/Madam,

Further to your request for information please find our response below.

We use Royal Mail for post, Pitney Howes for franking machines and DHL for parcels.

We have two members of staff who manage this in-house

We have one vehicle at #230 per month

The personal responsible for the procurement/management of in-house services are: Cheryl Pritchard, Email: Cheryl.Pritchard@staffs.ac.uk

Please note that the below figures show the postage costs in general, not just courier costs as we do not break down information to that level. This is for the period of the 1 August 2017 to 30 April 2018.

Supplier
Pitney Bowes = #15,442
DHL International (UK) Ltd = #25,101
Royal Mail = #17,116
Other Suppliers = #18,042

Total: #75,700
21 March 201820 April 201812 June 2018Dear Freedom of Information Team,

I would like some information around your drugs policy involving student's in Halls of Residences and their disciplinaries.

I am hoping to do some benchmarking research and would appreciate it if you could answer the questions outlined below. The use of this information will be purely internal and not for media or publication purposes.

1) How many disciplinaries have you had around Class C Cannabis use?

2) How many of these disciplinaries have resulted in exclusion from Halls?

3) How many students/bed-spaces do you have available in your Halls?

4) What is the normal/average response to personal Cannabis use in Halls?

5) A copy of your institutional Drugs Policy
Dear Sir/Madam,

In the last academic year 2017-2018 there was one incident of a disciplinary issue when over #600 worth of cannabis was found in a student's room during a routine (and prior-noticed) room inspection; this resulted in a disciplinary hearing which resulted in a 28 day Notice to Quit being issued and the student barred from university-managed accommodation. The response time is generally 24 hours of a cannabis-related incident being reported on university managed accommodation.

The following is an extract from the Licence Agreement which students sign prior to moving into university managed accommodation:

4) Conditions of Licence
A) Prohibited Items and Activities
The University operates a zero tolerance policy towards the use of drugs. The possession of controlled substances or drug paraphernalia within the direct vicinity of the Halls of Residence and Residential Halls Car PArks, grounds, use and/or supply of illegal drugs, any controlled drugs listed in the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, Drugs Act 2005, Psychoactive Substances Act 2016, including subsequent amendments and/or any substances intended to produce a legal high, hallucinogenic or similar effect will result in the immediate termination of this Agreement and your exclusion from the University managed accommodation.

Regards,

Staffordshire University