You can consult here the archives of the university for access agreements: this was in particular in the light of the specific assurances of the university concerning previous offences, that it “verified the 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19 access agreements and found no anomalies in the fees mentioned in the access agreement that will be collected either in 2016-17 and 2017-18 or 2018-19.” If you have trouble reading this document for accessibility reasons, please send an email DCM@sussex.ac.uk and we will send the document to you in an alternative format. The fee is higher than the amount allowed by the university`s access contract. From 2020 to 21, the plans will last no more than five years. The plan covers the cohorts of students that the claimant will register within five years of the start date of the plan. Access agreements approved by the Director of Fair Access for academic years up to 2018-19 included, as well as access and participation plans for 2019-20, remain in effect for students covered by these agreements. You`ll find all the access and participation plans below. Access agreements are similar to access and participation plans, but have been approved under the previous regulatory regime. Many access agreements are still in force and the OfS is now responsible for them. The details of the access agreements we have discussed are listed below. The university`s strategy for expanding participation is outlined in our access and participation plan with the Office for Students (OfS) and is overseen by the University`s Access and Participation Strategy Group.
The access and participation plan covers the entire life cycle of students, from increasing entry rates to higher education institutions to improving university engagement and activity rates and helping to promote employment at the higher education level or to pursue education. The Director of Fair Access to Higher Education has asked the university to intervene with the new regulator, the Office for Students. Our last four access documents can be downloaded below. Past agreements can be found on the Office`s student website. The university then provided the students` office with proof that it had reimbursed the students involved at Pen Green College for the outstanding amounts, including accrued interest. She also assured that the university was committed to understanding the offence and ensuring that an offence would not recur.