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Applying to Lincoln Hall
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 9th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Wherever possible classes, seminars, labs and tutorials will be delivered in-person from the start of the academic year, however, in line with most universities, large-scale teaching will continue through a blended approach in Semester 1.
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Not the best value, great location, nicely maintained hall and grouns, adequate cleaning though could be better in the shared showers, JCR and study bar are good areas to hang out but within the corridors of the hall blocks they ought to be more social spaces. Social experience was really good, I made really good friends with the people in my block and was easy to get into the city centre whether that was in an Uber for 7-8 mins or getting the bus from the bus stop around the corner. Though I did not go, Cripps Health Centre is in very clsoe proximity which is good. And the WiFi was good on the whole although not always consistent
A great hall with a friendly atmosphere. The staff are very helpful and there are tutors who can help if there are any problems with studying or noise. Rooms are pretty decent with some refurbished this year. Wish I was coming back!!!
Walls are really thin, so everything carries. I can literally hear a person sneeze 2 rooms away. I hardly see anything resembling hall management except at the occasional social. Good distance from everything on campus which is a massive bonus I will say. We don't really have any social spaces in comparison to the closest halls of Hugh Stewart, Lenton and Wortley and Derby. The library is really nice, but there's not a printer which would have been nice. Food is limited, regardless of what is said on menu. Yes, you can always get a jacket potato. And you'll probably need that because the majority of the food is strange and mismatched. Service staff don't even know the difference between chicken and beef, trust me I've asked. Overall, if it weren't for the convience of the campus, I would say whole heartedly to seriously consider self-catered. Tah.
Worst Hall ever! It's so loud and the hall management don't do anything long-term for the noise. No matter how many times you complain about the same people they don't seem to register it! The staff are also really rude.
I loved my year here, my room was huge compared to rooms I've seen my friends stay in whilst at University. It was always clean and the dining hall was beautiful. The grassy courtyard in the middle was perfect for relaxing with friends on summer days. I wouldn't have chosen anywhere else. (I do think the price of catered accommodation across the whole of Nottingham University was a bit high though).