Connaught Hall is a fully catered intercollegiate hall of residence
Warden: Dr Adrian Clark MBBS MRCEM
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Welfare & discipline in Hall
The Warden’s Team —
Enhancing opportunities for personal, social, academic and cultural development through:
welfare and pastoral care; discipline and conflict resolution; community and social life; Residents’ Club and Hall bar; out-of-hours emergencies; and re-admissions.
Supporting you all the way.
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The rules and regulations of the Hall are set out in the Licence Agreement and Hall Handbook:
Dr Adrian Clark
The Warden is a resident member of staff responsible for welfare & pastoral care, discipline & conflict resolution (including noise complaints), re-admissions, out-of-hours emergency cover, and community & social life including the Residents’ Club Committee and Hall bar.The Warden is a full-time specialist accident & emergency doctor at University College Hospital; he is available in Hall on a part-time basis, usually in the evenings and at weekends. The Warden can normally arrange an appointment within 72 hours of receiving a request by email.
Five Senior Members – who are experienced, usually postgraduate students – support the Warden in his duties. The Senior Members all live in Hall and are available in the evenings and at weekends.
The Warden and Senior Members are here to offer support and guidance with problems such as academic difficulties, health or emotional issues, social concerns, and disputes between residents.
Please do talk to a member of the team if you want a bit of extra help and support with anything that is bothering you. No problem is too great or too small.
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