Residence Regulations for Brunel University Residences 2014/15

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On behalf of all the Accommodation and Residential Services teams, we would like to welcome you to Brunel University. The Rules and Regulations, which apply to all residents, are set out in this booklet. Inevitably, there are many do’s and don’ts, but we are sure you will understand that these are designed with your welfare and safety in mind. We would urge you to take the time to read this booklet before you make a commitment to coming to University Residences, and to retain it for future reference.

It is the University’s responsibility to cater for the needs of all its residential students, and to nurture an environment which is primarily conducive to study, but which also respects the legitimate desires of individuals to enjoy themselves, provided that in doing so the community does not suffer. That is why we need to make sure all students abide by the Regulations. There is no reason for any student to find themselves on the wrong side of these Regulations if they are prepared to accept that reasonable behaviour and consideration for others are the guiding principles for successful living in University Residences.

The residence to which you have been allocated will become your home for the upcoming academic session. We hope that you will take full advantage of the facilities that are available to make the most of your stay in residence.

ENJOY YOUR STAY AND GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR STUDIES!

Our achievements and commitments to you:

Accommodation and Residential Services of Brunel University fully and actively support the principles of the Universities UK/SCOP Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing. For further information please go to www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/acop/.

Brunel University is signed up to the UUK Code of Practice. The Code outlines best practice and provides benchmarks for the management and quality of student housing in the Higher Education sector. A full version of the UUK Code of Practice is available to download at www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/acop/.

The Frank Buttle Trust Quality Mark was set up to recognise Higher Education institutions that go that extra mile to support students who have been in public care. Accommodation Services are pleased to have contributed to Brunel University in maintaining this quality mark. More information can be found in the University Accommodation policy in regulation 4.

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