Community Relations work hard developing relationships between students and community stakeholders.
Northern Ireland is probably one of the best places in the UK and Ireland to be a student – the Community Relations team at Ulster University play an important part in making it so.
Ulster University employs a full-time Community Relations Officer who works with resident groups and various agencies including Councils, The Police Service of Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive etc. in developing relationships between students and other community stakeholders across Northern Ireland.
The Community Relations Officer's role also involves a programme of work to raise awareness among students and to develop relationships between students and residents.
Community Relations work in partnership with various stakeholders such as resident groups including:
All Ulster University students are representatives of the University both on and off campus and they carry the good name and reputation of the University wherever they go.
Delivering services to support students health and wellbeing including mental health advice and counselling, support and funding for disability and medical conditions, and advice on money matters.
Student Wellbeing delivers services to support students health and wellbeing including mental health advice and counselling, support and funding for disability and medical conditions, and advice on money matters.
To report an incident of antisocial behaviour (this includes excessive noise), in the first instance you should report it to the Belfast City Council Noise Team on 028 9037 3006 (Night-time Noise team operate from 20:00hrs – 04:00hrs) or the Police on 101.
Also report incidents to Northern Ireland Houses in Multiple Occupation Unit (HMO) who are the responsible authority for HMOs in Northern Ireland (028 9027 0414)
If you suspect students live in the property, you should also report this to both Ulster University and Queen’s University of Belfast.
All complaints of student misconduct reported to Ulster University are taken seriously and will be fully investigated. Ulster University liaise with Belfast City Council and PSNI on reported incidents of alleged anti-social behaviour.
Please provide as much detail as possible, including the date and time of incident, the impact this has had on you. Please include which authority/agency you have contacted regarding the incident.
Night Time Noise team operate from 20:00hrs - 04:00hrs
4-10 Linenhall Street,
|Una Calvert||Community Relations Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||+44(0) 28 9536 5368|
|Oonagh McAlister||ResLife Manageremail@example.com|
|Clodagh Scott||ResLife Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||02870124664|