The Campus Life Division provides a wide range of administrative and support services to the University community. These include:
University catered halls have a Warden or Deputy Warden and tutors on duty night and day for confidential support and advice and to ensure the hall functions as a community that benefits everyone.
The Wardens are responsible to the Head of Student Welfare. They provide leadership to the community in a Hall or group of Halls and exercise ultimate responsibility for the good running of the hall(s).
Off campus halls are also supported by tutors.
Contact details for Halls including Wardens and Hall managers can be found here.
Regulations on discipline are necessary because the University is a society in which good standards of communal life must be maintained, so that all its members may enjoy conditions enabling them to achieve their aims in joining it. Present students should also, in their behaviour, show proper concern for the reputation of the University and its effect on their contemporaries and their successors.
Full details of the code of discipline are available here.
The Dignity within the University Policy is aimed at engendering a positive workplace and learning environment.
We will consider complaints relating to harassment or bullying under the Dignity within the University policy.