I came up to Liverpool + started at LIPA in sep 2022 however very shortly after I started at LIPA I became unwell (out of nowhere) + was admitted to hospital. After a 10 day admission I went back to uni for 5 days (missed all of freshers) however I was once again admitted to hospital for an even longer period. To cut the admin, I've now had 21 admissions back to back for the same reason. During this whole time I kept my uni very much informed over what was happening and initially they were somewhat understanding about it. Soon enough we realised this could be a bit of a continuing issue, the atmosphere suddenly went very sour. I was pretty much forcibly withdrawn from my uni without being offered deferment or a leave of absence, I didn't sign any papers regarding my withdrawal either. This was in Feb of this year. My uni knew where I was the entire time (and had seen the evidence) but decided to tell sfe I had been attending until June of this year which now means I'm in 14k of sfe debt for tuition I never got.
The main person dealing with my case was the uni registrar. When I submitted a complaint about what has happened, the uni registrar was somehow allowed to do his own investigation on himself as well as respond to the complaint which was made against him. When I asked for a evidence letter for my benefits application (asked end of may), I received the letter in June with the date marked as the 21st of February. When I asked for a reason for this, it was claimed it was a innocent admin mistake (if a registrar is making that sort of date mistake should they be in their job?)
my uni doesn't really have an SU so I don't have anyone who i could of helped me fight this informally
Do I have grounds to sue my uni? bc this just feels very wrong + unethical tbh