Get to know your Hall Life team
Who are the Hall Life Team?
The Hall Life team are on hand to help make your experience of living in Halls as pleasant and as safe as possible.
The team offers support and advice on Hall related issues such as dealing with noise disturbances or getting along with others and general advice about university life and wellbeing.
The team also aim to promote and encourage a happy hall environment by guiding students to follow the rules and regulations around living in Halls. This involves encouraging respect of fellow residents and College property by working closely with other services on Campus. Alongside this, we help students to live independently.
The Hall Life team organise and run a number of events and campaigns on campus throughout the academic year to give students the opportunity to socialise and make friends.
We want to ensure students feel a part of a safe and inclusive community where they have the opportunity to learn and develop.
The team consists of staff and Student staff who work together to provide this service.
If you wish to contact us, email the Hall Life Team at email@example.com. Or alternatively, drop into the Student Services Centre, Emily Wilding Davison Building, Monday - Sunday, 7 - 9 pm to talk to a team member.
What roles are there in the Hall Life team?
Hall Life Duty Officers
Hall Life Duty Officers are responsible for liasing with the Hall Life team and manage the Hall Life Assistants during their shift. They are situated in the Student Services Centre, Emily Wilding Davison Building and are available for student drop ins between 7 and 9 pm. No appointment is required.
They are happy to help you with any concerns you may have about living in Halls. They are responsible for taking notes on any issues in Halls reported to them by students. They are also on hand to provide you with advice and signpost you to relevant support services.
Hall Life Assistants
Hall Life Assistants have a number of important responsibilities. Hall Life Assistants are responsible for holding flat meetings, completing student visits, promoting and running events and campaigns, gathering feedback and playing a proactive, visible role around campus.