STUDENTS at Huddersfield University will not be joining their fellow members on strike.
On various days next week students across the country will be walking out of lectures to protest at variable top-up fees.
But they will not be joined by those at Huddersfield.
The president of Huddersfield Students' Union, Claire Lishman, said: "We are against the idea of variable top-up fees, but we do not feel it is beneficial for our students to go on strike."
She added: "They have paid a lot of money for their education and we do not feel it is appropriate for them to miss lessons at this stage."
Although students will be turning up for lectures, they may well have nobody to teach them.
Members of the Association of University Teachers plan to strike at the same time against pay proposals.
NUS national president Mandy Telford said: "This unprecedented joint action is further proof that the Government has not won the war on university funding."