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The Hall committee can be quite cliquey, as with the hall social life in general and if you're not part of it, being a part of the hall can feel quite daunting as there is little to involve these types of hall members. The common rooms are split in two and not an adequate size for the largest hall on campus. Being one of the cheapest halls however, the value for money is very good. The layout of the hall is also quite unique, in flat styles rather than long corridors. The hall management system Loughborough University has is very effective and is one that works, with sub-wardens and wardens that care for everyone in the hall, even this disengaged.
Best hall by far. Wasn't my first choice but definitely became the right choice. Very friendly housemates, halls are more like houses as opposed to 'flats' like in most halls. Bathrooms get cleaned everyday which is the advantage of not having an en-suite. Rooms also very modern and of a good size. Lots of storage space, too, and shelving with a reasonable sized desk. Kitchen of a good size with a shelf and a bit per person for both fridge and freezer. Modern kitchens with seating/sofa area which isn't too big but seats all 7 housemates. Not right in the centre of the uni so 10 minutes walk to library, probably a while to the gym too but very close to EHB and other lecture halls, specifically for my course. Also, the least expensive hall, but have had comments from coursemates in other halls saying how they prefer Falk Egg for all the room and furniture is which to decorate to taste
This is my second year living in this hall, and my third year of being affiliated to it. As a recently refurbished hall, you have great new facilities and accommodation but still at a low price! There is a fantastic sense of belonging in this hall, but with individual blocks you still have the option of peace and quiet unlike other halls. Great location and it feels like home and family.
Best hall on campus! Like the fact that everyone is in their own little 'house' with 6/7 others instead of huge blocks of flats. Very communial and friendly. Couldn't have asked for a better group of friends to live with. Also very close to EHB, James France etc. Rooms are also very modern, all white furniture so very easy to decorate and make your own.
Considering, how it wasn't my first choice, I was pleasantly surprised when I entered my room for the first time. The room was spacious and upto a decent spec, meanwhile the kichen was again spacious and with good quality appliances. The bathrooms were up to a high standard. The best quality of the hall is the communal aspect and immediately it was warming while embracing everyone, from all walks of life. The 'Falk-Egg' experience is centred around inclusion and the feeling of belonging which makes the daunting task of settling in much easier. One flaw is the poor Internet which is of fault of the university not the hall. Finally, another pleasing aspect is the value for money which exceeds any other hall on campus.
I am a currently in my second year at uni, being a returning Falk Egg-er also! Falk Egg is a diverse place where everyone can be friends with everyone. There is such a strong foundation of people who are willing to support you, such as the Warden, Sub Wardens and Committee. We are a very well-known sociable hall that loves to party! But there is also sober alternatives offered to those who prefer a quiet one. The common room is widely used for social events and this year the Committee have given it some love by redecorating with some simple things, like the Falk Egg emblem on one of the walls. I love Falk Egg and the community you are welcomed in when you are here. Definitely the best hall anyone could ever want to go to! 10/10!
Falk Egg has such a sense of community, it's impossible not to feel at home. The social life at Falk Egg is fantastic, everyone is included and even if you aren't into drinking there's still plenty to get involved in. Such good value for money.
Falk egg has been amazing! I've only been here for 3 weeks and I've already met some of the most amazing friends. Freshers was amazing, every single one of the 17 days of it the hall chair and committee have made me feel so welcome. I honestly couldn't be happier to call somewhere home
Living in Falkner Eggington has honestly enhanced my experience of university so far. The flats are very modern with spacious rooms and a large kitchen/ dining area for socialising. The halls as a whole is very sociable with the longest freshers at the university. Before freshers events, there would be punch parties in the common room allowing time to meet new people. Even after freshers finished there have still been events organised by the hall. Everyone is incredibly friendly and it took no time at all to settle into Falkner Eggington which made moving to university a lot easier.
The houses are all newly refurbished, so brand new and clean furniture (loads of storage space!), and nice kitchen and bathrooms. Falk Egg is an amazing community, I have great housemates and the staff are always happy to help. The house is cleaned really often which is great. Also, really central location so close to lots of lecture halls - this is the cheapest hall on campus but the best experience, nicest facilities, and self catered so you can bake those cheeky cupcakes at midnight. Oh, and our fire drill was at 7.40am, not like towers which was at 5am!
Falk Egg as it is affectionately known offers the best possible on campus halls experience with not just the atmosphere but also the layout. By having the halls split up into separate blocks with 7 or 8 bedrooms the halls has the feel of a student house with all of your other friends close by
Falk Egg has literally defined my time at Loughborough University, and I'd have it no other way. It is the most welcoming, sociable and diverse hall in the country and the atmosphere is always incredible. I'll miss the warm feeling I get walking down the boulevard once my 3 years here is up!
Amazing hall, spent all 3 years of my degree in Falk Egg. Cheap fees, good quality rooms and an immersive community made this the obvious choice and I wouldn't change a thing! Plus there's great alumni events to keep me coming back!!
Cheap as anything. The hall committee are always wannabe BNOCs and turn into complete ****s. They do little to nothing in the best interest of the hall and a previous social sec was spending hall funds on her weekly tesco shopping.
Best hall! Everyone mixes with everyone, there are so many people so you make so many friends. Also people are really nice, there are never any problems with the committee as I've heard with some other halls. It's been recently redecorated so its all new and really modern. And the boulevard is great for freshers week. Definitely the best hall for freshers.