Students and the community
All students, whether living in University or privately rented accommodation, are part of the local community. The University takes pride in the value that our students bring to Bristol, in terms of voluntary activity, collaborative initiatives and enrichment of the diversity and culture that makes Bristol special. The University also recognises the challenge of integrating students with the wider population and has a range of measures in place to addresses this.
Complaints about student behaviour
The University treats complaints about student misconduct in the community very seriously and there is a process in place to monitor reported problems.
Love where you live
Love where you live is a website brought to you by the Bristol Student Community Partnership that welcomes new residents and students to the City of Bristol.
The Community Fund offers grants of up to £250 to support initiatives that promote good relations and engagement between students and the local community.
Community liaison group
A twice yearly forum with representatives of local resident associations, local and University police, Bristol City Council officers and local ward councillors.
Our commitment to community liaison
Parking information relating to Stoke Bishop
Download our Q&A document for residents: Stoke Bishop parking information (PDF, 177kB)
Find out how the University, it's staff and students are active in Bristol. Keep up to date and get involved in our role in the community.