Connaught Hall is a fully catered intercollegiate hall of residence
of the University of London.

Warden: Dr Adrian Clark MBBS MRCEM


Documents & downloads

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All our most useful and most requested documents in one place, sent to new residents before they arrive in Hall
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These documents are intended mainly for staff working in the bar and anyone DJing or helping out during late parties.

Bar staff may also need to refer to the Residents' Club Constitition (see below).

The most recent edition of the Hall bulletin
What to do if you feel you have been subject to bullying, harassment, or discrimination in Hall.
A clear statement from the Warden that bullying, harassment, and discrimination will not be tolerated in Hall.
Four golden rules & how to make the most of the Hall Facbook group.
The members, goals, and objectives of the Facilities Committee.
What to do if you see or smell signs of a fire, or if the fire alarm sounds.
Keep yourself and everyone else in Hall safe from fire risk.
These are the overriding beliefs we have about what we do and how we do it at Connaught Hall.
A quick and easy summary of our rules about guests.
Where to get help with internal, Hall-related problems: who to speak to about fees, room swaps, noisy neighbours, etc.
Some suggested sources of help and advice for issues like ill health, depression, debt, and crime. The Warden is available in Hall to help with all these issues too.
You must return your inventory form within 14 days of your arrival in Hall. It's a room condition checklist so you can let us know aboutĂș anything that's already damaged when you moved in.
The Licence Agreement is binding on all residents. A breach of the Licence Agreement constitutes misconduct and may lead to expulsion from the Hall.
How the Warden can help resolve disputes between residents.
If you change your GP, contact the Hall office to update your medical details form. Use this pdf version of the form if you cant use the main Word version.
A step-by-step guide to complaining about noise.
This document is for the security officers based at reception, but reading it will help you to understand what to expect when you tell security about a noise complaint.
Some guidance on making sure you aren't the subject of noise complaints
A quick summary of the rules about noise and what you can do to get on better with your neighbours.
Ten top tips to help keep you safe in London
Who's-who in the Residents' Club Committee
How the Residents' Club works, how the Hall bar is managed, and how you elect your student representativies in Hall.
The Residents' Handbook is the single most useful document you can read to make your stay at Connaught Hall safe, comfortable, and enjoyable.
An important message from the Warden about equality and diversity at Connaught Hall.
Who's-who at Connaught Hall
Use this poster to choose the best local healthcare service or facility to meet your needs.
A letter from the Warden to welcome new residents to the Hall.
The most important rules to help ensure we can all live together happily and safely