The information below is for students living on campus. If you have any questions not answered here then get in touch with the team: email@example.com or 01695 584200.
The Halls Handbook contains lots of useful information about life on campus such as key contacts, payment information, and an FAQ section.
This poster lists key services at the University that you might need to access in halls of residence.
Rules and Regulations in Halls
Providing a safe environment for our students, staff and wider community is a primary concern of the University.In order to achieve our goal of ensuring you are protected and properly supported should an emergency occur, we need you to take responsibility for familiarising yourself with our emergency procedure.
An emergency on campus is any accidental or deliberate incident that could threaten the safety of the University’s community, property or environment.
In the event of an emergency you should immediately contact Security by dialling 2222.
You should dial 2222 in the event that any of the following occurs:
- Urgent first aid is required
- There is a fire
- An accident has occurred
- A crime is taking place
Students who are unable to pay their hall fees must inform the Accommodation Office and negotiate a payment plan with a member of staff. Please contact us on 01695 584 557 or at firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you fail to pay, or to negotiate a payment plan, you will be subject to credit control procedures.
If you are struggling to manage your finances and feel that you would benefit from some advice and support please contact us.
Please note that appointments are available on request between 17.00 and 19.30.
Fire Safety in Halls
The Accommodation Team works closely with Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service to ensure that information and advice provided to students is accurate and in line with current legislation.As part of their induction on the first day of term every residential student must attend a fire safety talk, which is delivered by Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.
It is important that you know about the dangers of fire, what you can do to guard against the risk of fire and how you can ensure that you stay safe in halls. The pictures here demonstrate the devastating effect that a fire can have once it takes hold.
Student Accommodation Code
The Code protects our students’ rights to safe, high quality living accommodation to make sure they get the best out of their time living in halls of residence.It outlines everything students can expect from our accommodation as well as their responsibilities as tenants.
The Code has already raised standards of accommodation across the higher education sector, and together with our commitment to customer service excellence, underpins our ongoing dedication to our students.
We are fully committed to providing a safe and comfortable living environment which will help support our students in leading a successful and enjoyable student life.