Our events are open to all halls residents, no matter which hall you live in. Not to mention the majority of our events are FREE to attend!
In halls, student welfare, pastoral care, and the management of student conduct and behaviour are the responsibility of the Warden. Wardens are senior members of University staff who live in hall and are there to offer help and guidance on any matters of concern. They have considerable experience and are an excellent source of advice and support on any academic or personal matter. They provide a useful link between hall life, University support services and academic schools.
The Wardens are available to see any student on a confidential basis by appointment. Contact information is below. Alternatively, you can make an appointment at your UPP group reception or via the Halls Hotline on 0118 378 7777.
Ms Carrie Twitchen
Dr Sam Boateng
Wardens are supported in their role by Hall Mentors – postgraduate students who also live in Hall and assist with student welfare and pastoral concerns.
Benyon Hall Mentor Email: BenyonHM@reading.ac.uk
Bridges Hall Mentor Email: BridgesHM@reading.ac.uk
Childs Hall Mentor Email: ChildsHM@reading.ac.uk
Mackinder & Dunsden Hall Mentor Email: MackinderHM@reading.ac.uk
Stenton Hall Mentor Email: StentonHM@reading.ac.uk
Sherfield Hall Mentor Email: SherfieldHM@reading.ac.uk
St. George's Hall Mentor Email: StGeorgesHM@reading.ac.uk
St. Patrick's Hall Mentor Email: StPatsHM@reading.ac.uk
Wantage Hall Mentor Email: WantageHM@reading.ac.uk
Wessex Hall Mentor Email: WessexHM@reading.ac.uk
Windsor, Greenow, McCombie & Stenton Townhouses Hall Mentor Email: WindsorHM@reading.ac.uk