Welcome to Hild Bede
I am very excited that you are adding to our vibrant community for the next few years, and beyond. I have the pleasure of representing a hub of enthusiastic, talented people doing remarkable things in their contributions to student life. Our college has an unrivalled reputation for friendliness as you will find when greeted by our team of volunteers in arrival. We are proud of our beautiful grounds, traditions, and history: it is the spirit of stewardship and compassion that sets us apart
The payment of University charges is never going to be the high point of your student experience here at Durham, but we hope that this information makes it as pain free as possible. You have been reminded on a number of occasions of what you need to do, but we recommend that you retain this information for future reference. You may wish to share it with your parents.
General Information about tuition and accommodation fees General Information about tuition and accommodation fees
One of your top priorities is to register with doctors at a local medical practice so that you can access healthcare in Durham when you need it. This is especially important if you have an ongoing health condition or require repeat medication and for support with vaccinations and health measures related to Covid-19.
Your choice of medical practice will be determined by the area in which you live. The practice area of the Claypath and University Medical Group covers the University and the Colleges and is very close to Hild Bede.
You can read information about registering with a doctor via thin link.
Registration with a Doctor in Durham
Your safety is very important to us at Hild Bede. We are delighted to provide you with some advice from the local Fire Service about fire safety and also a guide to using our 'Report and Support' tool which is a way to report bullying and harassment, hate incidents, sexual misconduct and domestic abuse. All staff, students and visitors to our campus are able to usethis online tool.
Fire Safety in student accommodation is extremely important. Please watch this short video from the local fire service which gives you some simple 'dos and don'ts'. It also includes some advice and information regarding items that are not allowed in your accommodation. This is to ensure that you are aware of all the risks and to know how to keep yourself and others safe.
We take reports of bullying and harassment, hate incidents, sexual misconduct and domestic abuse seriously. All staff, students and visitors to our campus are able to use this online tool which enables you to tells us about any incident. The webpages to be found here contain information and links to support as well as the online reporting tool. You can also watch a short video here which shows you the pages and describes the support that you can access
The Timetable has been designed so College events don’t clash with any of your academic departmental events, but offer you lots of opportunities to meet your fellow Freshers, find your way around and settle into student life.
We're working hard to welcome you safely and delivering quality education and student experience. Visit our Covid Safety Information webpages for applicants for the latest advice. We can't wait to see you soon!
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