Helping our University community talk about consent, sex, gender, sexual harassment and relationships.
Loughborough University has partnered with Consent Collective, an online platform dedicated to supporting, educating and raising awareness of consent, relationships, and sexual harassment.
All Loughborough students and staff can access the collection of video resources – known as Consent Collective TV – which is made up of five ‘channels’, tailored depending on what you’d like to watch.
Support for me
A channel for anyone living, studying or working with the impact of sexual violence or relationship abuse.
Supporting someone else
Helping you teach or support someone who’s living with the impact of sexual violence or relationship abuse.
The Home Channel
A suite of content designed to inspire and education, using podcasts and cooking shows.
Be part of change
Learning how to create positive change at Loughborough University.
Spread the word
Playing your part in making sure everyone in your organisation is part of the conversation.
The website regularly adds new videos, and also features a 'How to be good in bed' podcast, discussing consent, sex, relationships and gender.
Consent Collective covers points relevant to navigating your way through studying and life at university, especially when impacted by relationship abuse or sexual harm.
Staff and students can sign up to the platform using their University email address. Please note your account is confidential so the University will not know if you have signed up.
Additional support on campus
If you want to report an incident of sexual violence, you can do so using the University’s reporting portal. This page also provides other options you may wish to consider.
The Duty, Assessment and Inclusivity team can be contacted directly by email.
There’s also a range of additional support about mental wellbeing, finance, housing, and careers available through our Student Services team.