ResLife consists of three Residential Life Coordinators (RLCs), Principal and Deputy Principal who live onsite at University Hall. With an open door policy, ResLife is always available to hear your concerns and provide support when needed. ResLife leads a team of 28 RAs and is responsible for organising a range of programs and activities to not only help you excel in your university studies, but have the ultimate experience.
Keith has a strong interest in student sport and community building. He recently completed a Masters in Management and is progressing towards completing an MBA. He competes in endurance events, specifically adventure racing and rogaining. His most recent sporting passion is cross-fit training and has a keen interest in rugby, so he is looking forward to attending many Western Force games in the next season!
Previously she has taught French, Italian and ESL so she just loves having a chat with exchange students in their native language. Her interests are wide and varied, ranging from travelling, jewellery making and editing an American AFL football website. She is a strong believer in the power of residential communities to support educational success and personal and leadership development.
Over the years, Annaleis has organised a number of successful National and International Community Development Projects. She is a strong believer in service learning and servant leadership. In 2014 Annaleis will coordinate the Community Outreach Program as well as the Leadership Program. She is also responsible for the pastoral care of residents living in J House-East and K House, so if you have any problems please don’t hesitate to contact her.
Stefanie will have oversight of the pastoral care and student management in J House-West and L houses. She will also run the First Year at UniHall Program and the Arts & Cultural Program in 2014. For Stefanie, the best part of being an RLC is getting to know and working with the wonderful residents at University Hall. When she’s not cage-diving with Great White sharks, Stefanie loves playing beach volleyball, practicing yoga and catching live music!
During that time he worked at many levels of leadership but his personal interest has always been focusing on pastoral care. Stuart is really looking forward to meeting and getting to know all students and becoming part of a great University Hall community. When Stuart isn’t following his beloved Chelsea FC and London Wasps it is highly likely he will be listening to Paul Weller!!
Residential Advisors (RAs) are fellow peers employed by University Hall.
They are responsible for the physical, emotional and social wellbeing of all the residents on their floor and a massive help in welcoming them to the University Hall community. Each night after 5pm, two RAs are on duty and the first point of contact to help with any after- hours incidents or concerns.
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The following medical practices are located nearby:
|Medical Practice||Opening Hours||Address||Telephone|
|Captain Stirling||Mon-Fri 8:30am to 7:00pm||92 Stirling Highway, Nedlands||93861858|
|UWA Medical Centre||8:30am to 5:00pm||2nd Floor Guild Building in Student Services||64882118|
|Hollywood After Hours Clinic||Mon–Fri 6pm to late.Sat & Sun 9am to 9pm||Monash Avenue, Nedlands||93466191|