Host students overnight during gap in tenancy
Having asked around many of my peers, most tenancy contracts appear to end on the 30th of June and start on the 1st of July. However, this means that students don't have anywhere to stay the night of the 30th. While this isn't an issue for students who can return home, those that are unable to return home have to find accommodation. I have heard of students staying up throughout the night, sleeping in cars, and even sleeping on the common. This is unsafe and shouldn't be happening. SUSU should put on an event the night of the 30th that allows for students to stay somewhere safe and affordable.
If you would like to book halls for graduation, we have been told there will be up to 4000 rooms available, and all you will need to do is book a room on the accommodation webpage or contact halls directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 20th May 2022 10:17am
Hello, I raised this with the university on Monday and it is something they are investigating. Last night, I was told there would be rooms available in halls and it would be a matter of identifying how many students would be affected. I have been told I will get a response early next week so I will update then.
Friday 13th May 2022 3:20pm
- Forwarded to Vice President Education and Democracy
Friday 13th May 2022 10:14am
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