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Accommodation

Help shape the future of your residence

By Scampbell 30 Apr 2018

In May 2018 the Glasgow University Environmental Sustainability Team (GUEST) will be recruiting 10 students from each University residence to take part in specially arranged focus groups aimed at shaping the University’s future accommodation strategy.

Lasting around one and a half to two hours, each focus group will include a group interview followed by a brainstorming session on the topic of well-being in University housing. Teas, coffees and refreshments will be provided.

If you are interested in sharing your thoughts and experiences and would like to sign up for this unique opportunity simply visit the GUEST registration website and submit your details. The dates when each focus group will be taking place are included below.



  • Murano Street Student Village - Thursday 17 May (3pm-5pm)
  • Student Apartments - Thursday 17 May (3pm-4:30pm)
  • Queen Margaret Residences - Friday 18 May (1pm-3pm)
  • Maclay Residences - Monday 21 May (3pm-5pm)
  • Wolfson Hall - Monday 21 May (3pm-4:30pm)
  • Cairncross House/Kelvinhaugh Gate - Tuesday 22 May (3pm-5pm)
  • Kelvinhaugh Street - Wednesday 23 May (3pm-5pm)
  • Lister House - Thursday 24 May (3pm-5pm)

If you would like some more information on the focus groups, or the project in general, please feel free to contact GUEST project researcher Leon Hamilton.

Questionnaire

If you have a physical or mental disability and are unable to attend one of the focus groups, you can also share your thoughts with us via questionnaire. Simply visit our online survey page and complete the 10 question questionnaire about your experiences of well-being and any barriers you may have faced in your student accommodation. 



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