Life in halls is different from life in a family home, or in a student flat share in the private sector. To make sure that you have an enjoyable and safe time in halls, we’ve prepared an induction programme.
Please note that it is compulsory for halls residents to attend these inductions as the sessions include essential safety information.
Information and about halls inductions, and other literature can be found in your room. In Glamorgan Court / Mountain Halls you will receive a welcome letter from Accommodation Services.
Look out for the posters in the kitchen of your flat telling you about any future meetings.
If you arrive after the main enrolment period, you can find some of the information from the inductions as downloadable presentation slides on this page. However, these do not include any questions answered during the meetings.
The Campus Life Coordinators will also organise an induction meeting for students starting courses in January and February, depending on demand and student numbers.
Please make sure your vaccinations are up to date before you arrive. Find further information about Meningitis here.
The induction meetings are organised by the Campus Life Coordinators and staff from Accommodation Services and give you the opportunity to ask questions. There will be some short presentations about health, safety and security in halls.
Your Induction Meeting – Treforest Halls
As a condition of your tenancy agreement you are required to attend your halls induction meeting. This meeting will welcome you to your hall and make sure you are provided with information about all aspects of living in university accommodation including regulations and conditions of occupancy.
Your Induction Meeting – Cardiff Halls
If you are living in the Cardiff Halls, your compulsory halls induction meeting will be held at:
ATRiuM Theatre, Room CB4 (TBC)
Your Induction Meeting – Newport Halls
If you are living in Newport Halls of Residence, your compulsory halls induction meeting will be held at:
Place and location to be confirmed