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Accommodation

Wolfson Hall Weekly Update (11 April)

By kgough 11 Apr 2019

HMO inspections - 15th April

You will be notified via student email that Wolfson Hall will be inspected on the 15th of April as part of our HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupancy) application. Staff from Glasgow City Council, The Fire Brigade and University staff will be in attendance with access being required to all areas, including bedrooms.

Electrical Works Starting 15th April

You will have been notified via student email that Wolfson Hall will be having remedial electrical works carried out  from the 15th April. These works are essential following our most recent inspection  and any disruption will be kept to the minimum, access being required to all areas, including bedrooms.

Eat, Drink, Relax

Check out the menu screen at the dining room entrance each day and don’t forget our Grab ’n’ Go Breakfast Bags and Late Meals are available (Collect before 10pm) if you’re going to miss normal service. 

Reception

The reception desk is open between 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday. Call us on 0141 330 3366 from any phone.  You can also email us Wolfson@glasgow.ac.uk or why not come and visit us in reception.

Living Support

Living Support Assistants, appointed by the University, are students like you living in University Residences and they are there to help you with any issue you might have, such as problems with neighbours, university or even if you just want to talk to someone. Living Support are on call each night from 6pm—8am and all weekend. If there is any issue after hours please do not hesitate to contact the reception as our phones will connect straight to them after we shut. Call us on 0141 330 3366 from any phone or by picking up the phone on reception desk or at main entrance as they are automatically redirected to the duty LSA.

Security

Ensure that your bedroom door is locked behind you whenever you exit your room as doors left unlocked pose a serious security risk.

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