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Solent students create petition to change the university’s no detriment policy

Students are disappointed that the university has not considered different alternatives in supporting the creative and practical courses

Confirmed: Soton’s graduation still postponed, despite lockdown lifting on June 21st

The government announced on Monday that all restrictions could be lifted in June

University of Southampton postpones graduation 2021

The university plans to run online celebrations instead this year

South African variant of Covid-19 identified in Southampton

Southampton City Council is sending home testing kits to all those over 16 in the SO15 5 area

Update: Soton Uni confirms online teaching to continue until at least 12 April

Online teaching has been extended by two months

Soton uni to release assessment adjustment information this week

Could this be the safety net policy students have been asking for?

Solent investigating after students throw 21st birthday party in lockdown

‘This is the height of irresponsibility’

Soton students vote in favour of a partial refund of uni halls fees

95 per cent of Soton students voted in favour

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Soton moves all teaching online until at least 22nd February

This means online teaching has been extended by at least three weeks

Soton student makes petition for the university to create a no detriment policy

Yesterday the university said it will not be offering the policy this year

Soton confirms it will not be offering the no detriment policy this year

Other UK universities have begun to introduce safety net policies

Hartley will remain open during lockdown

It will not be open during weekends

Southampton to go into Tier 4 from Boxing Day

Tier 4 is the toughest level of regional restrictions

Soton students: Here’s how you can vote to get a partial refund of halls fees

Freshers in Manchester have already been given a 30 per cent refund for semester one

One third of Black Soton students say they’ve experienced discrimination on campus

And only four in 10 students felt appropriate action would be taken if they reported a race-related incident

Solent University has opened new law and business schools

They will offer flexible degree courses and specialist knowledge