Meet your FRENCHAY Resident Assistants!
Here at accommodation services we are proud to welcome 7 new additions to our Frenchay Campus team! Resident Assistants work every evening 17:30-19:30 and are here to help you! If you need a chat, have some event idea's or simply have questions about how something on campus works, book an appointment with a RA through Cotswold reception desk.
Resident Assistants can help deal with issues in the flat, such as mediations after a flat disagreement and cleaning rota's, nothing is too small!
A bit about us!
"Hey everyone! My name is Augusta and I am a final year student in Business Management with Economics. Most people I interact with think I am local but I hail from Nigeria. I love playing table tennis and generally like keeping myself busy - not sure if that makes me sound boring. I always have a smile on my face so if you need someone to cheer you up, I am here 🙂 I am excited to be supporting you this year as a Resident Assistant so say hello if you see me around campus and get in touch if you need any help"
"I am Sze, an international student studying Master in Finance at UWE. I love to bake, swim and explore new things. "Time waits for no one. Treasure every moment you have." is the motto that I always keep in my mind during ups and downs. As a resident assistant, I will try my best to solve any issue that you are facing and make sure you enjoy your student life on campus! I am also a good listener if you need somebody to talk to. :) "
''Hello, my name is Cleverline and I am very excited to start off this journey with you. I came to UWE over a year ago from Nigeria, uncertain of what to expect but I was completely blown away by the hospitality of the people, facilities and opportunities here. I assure you that you made the right choice to come to UWE and you will feel right at home here!'''
'Hey everyone! My name's Joe and I’m currently in my first year studying Games Technology. I enjoy playing tennis and socialising with mates in my free time. If you see me around campus, come say Hi!'