Astor House Residence Life team

The Astor House Residence Life team is made up of hall volunteers who are current students who will be living in your halls of residence throughout your first year. 

They are on duty from 17:00–23:00 every weekday and 11:00–23:00 Saturday and Sunday. You can contact them via the duty phone number which is written in your Astor House hall handbook and displayed on your kitchen notice board. Outside of these hours please contact the 24-hour Astor House reception.


What do hall volunteers do?

  • Organise and host events
  • Provide peer support
  • Signpost to university services
  • Help with general enquiries 
  • Provide knowledge of the city and university amenities 


Why 
you should get to know them

They provide a friendly face to new students living in Plymouth, helping you to settle in and to feel part of a thriving community. You may meet them during their duty rounds or at one of the halls of residence events.

Don't be shy to ask them any questions or queries you may have – they are here to help and support you.

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Ahmed Ahmed<br></p>
Ahmed (dentistry) – “I'm interested in health and fitness and gaming. I also like trying out different blends of coffee and tea.”
<p>Amber Hall</p>
Amber (fine art) – “I love travelling and learning more about the world through art.”
<p>Daniel Baker</p>
Daniel (economics with politics) – “I'm a keen cyclist, a member of a number of societies, both geeky and sporty alike.”
<p>Emad Maki</p>
Emad (dentistry) – “I’m interested in gaming, reading, football, learning new languages and experiencing new cultures.”
<p>Emma Middleton</p>
Emma (animal behaviour and welfare) – “I’m interested in animals, the environment and I’m also into sports, especially rowing and skiing.”
<p>Seanain Henry</p>
Seanain (dentistry) – “I like to dance and enjoy going to the gym (lifting – not a huge fan of cardio).”
<p>Temi Danso</p>
Temi (mechanical engineering) – “In my free time, I enjoy singing, listening to music and drawing portraits using colouring pencil.”