The New Generation Residence that is currently being built is going to house students that matriculated approximately 4-5 years ago & busy to get ready for life after university. Both men & women will be accommodated & the residence has only single rooms. To ensure that the residence offer more than just accommodation, but also form part of a community, a Residing Head as well as 10 student leadership will be appointed. The student leadership will consist of a Prim, Vice Prim & eight House Committee members.
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Background information for the New Generation Residence: Background
Dear Prospective Matie,
We would like to bring it to your attention that placements on the grounds of your resume are not accommodated in the new SU residence placement policy. We kindly request that you do not send any resumes or CV’s to the Residence Head or House Committee Members as it has no bearing on placement of students in residences. Any telephone calls to state your case in this regard will similarly have no effect on placement.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Centre for Student Communities
19 July 2013
The University campus as well as the greater Stellenbosch area suffered a series of burglaries during the past June-July holiday. Despite security measures that were in place, break-ins occurred in containers at Engineering, the Rek&Stat building as well as hostel rooms in Huis Visser, Huis Marais & Irene as well as other sites.
All incidents have been reported to the police and case numbers are available for those who are affected.
Additional guards were immediately employed on building sites and we want to assure you that the safety of our students is of utmost importance to us. Affected students are encouraged to please report any losses to their Residence Service coordinator or Resident Head who are in contact with Campus security and the SAPS.
For any queries, please contact:
Centre for Student Communities, in collaboration with Facilities Management
Welcome to the website for the Centre for Student Communities. 2013 is off to a flying start as the University gears up to welcome first years and seniors alike.
Some information critically important at the moment:
The first year accommodation waiting list is still in operation and students who obtain a place due to a cancellation will be notified by telephone immediately.
All the information regarding the welcoming program is available on www.sun.ac.za/welcome and make sure to keep your eyes out for a welcoming Matie for the full schedule.
First years are required to attend the welcoming program - if you unsure where to go or what to do, please contact your res/PSO house committee (HK - for short) who will be able to assist you.
Lastly - all the best for the 2013 academic year, we trust you will make a great success of it!