If you're a student living in halls, you can access a range of wellbeing support from your Residential Life team.
We are here to make you feel welcome and help with the transition to university life. We provide wellbeing support plus community building and social opportunities to enrich your student experience.
We aim to create a safe, supportive and inclusive living environment for you, giving you the best chance to succeed at university. Our team is made up of both staff and student mentors.
Residential advisers are members of staff that live and work on site supporting students in the halls of residence.
Staff Residential Advisers are available to offer advice and guidance to residents and are primarily there to react to more serious incidents in the accommodation.
They work on a call-out and rota basis, from 7.30pm to 7.30am, every day of the year, providing overnight support to residents in case of emergencies.
Student Residential Advisers (SRAs) are senior students who live and work in the halls. They provide student-to-student support and regularly to see if you are okay, provide information and advice and let you know about any social activities they are organising in halls
SRAs work on a call-out and rota basis and are available to respond to more minor incidents overnight, for example if you are feeling homesick or lonely.
SRAs also help to organise and deliver social activities, creating opportunities for you to meet other students, develop a sense of belonging, and have fun.
Martin Barr, Amy Standfast and Noel Kanyama are responsible for managing the Residential Life programme. If you have any questions about the scheme, please free to contact them.
Student Liaison Manager07903 363 email@example.com
Residential Life Coordinator07921 459 firstname.lastname@example.org