House Rules

The Union expects that all members of the Union and their guests should be able to equally enjoy the facilities and activities the Union offers. The following house rules apply to everyone visiting the Union or attending its events:

  • We will not tolerate any violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening, abusive or offensive behaviour
  • We will not tolerate any abusive, threatening or offensive language
  • We will not tolerate any forms of discrimination or intolerance, on any grounds, directed at any member, guest or staff of the Student Union
  • Anyone found vandalising or misusing the premises will be ejected from the building and be charged for any damage caused
  • We will not tolerate the use of illegal drugs on the premises. Anyone found in possession or using illegal substances will be ejected and may be handed over to the police.
  • Any individual may be asked to leave the Union premises if they are considered to be excessively intoxicated and / or in danger of causing harm themselves or others.
  • Only alcohol purchased in the Union bar can be consumed on the premises. Persons attempting to consume alcohol not purchased in the bar may be asked to leave and alcohol confiscated.
  • If a member of Bath Spa Students’ Union brings a ‘guest’ to the Union, then that member is responsible for the actions of that ‘guest’ and will face any disciplinary action that may occur from the guest violating the above guidelines.
  • The licensee(s) or delegates of the licensee(s), of the Union reserve the right to refuse admittance or eject any person at their discretion.
  • The licensee(s) and delegates of the licensee(s) retain total discretion over what behaviour is deemed as unacceptable. Any behaviour deemed unacceptable will result in ejection.
  • If an individual is ejected from the Union premises they must give up their Student ID Card at the time of the alleged incident.
  • Members should be aware that failure to comply with the house rules may lead to further disciplinary action being taken.