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Get Involved

Getting involved in your Hall's community

By hannahk 11 Jan 2024

Rest assured that there's going to be a busy, fun filled semester ahead! There are lots of different events and activities for you to get involved in. Find out how you can get to know new people and make new friends...

Halls Life

During your time in Halls, the Halls Life team will organise lots of different activities to help you bond with your own flat mates and meet new people. Check Halls' social media @livunihalls and Facebook groups and the Halls Life events page to stay up to date with upcoming events!

Click here to find out everything about Halls Life.

Halls Student Committees (HSC)

While living in Halls, you have the opportunity to become a HSC member!  Being part of your HSC means you'll work with other residents to make sure that everyone has the best time whilst living in Halls. You'll do this by attending meetings and making sure students opinions are heard. HSCs work with a budget to help promote a sense of community through planning exciting events, trips, activities and meeting new people.

If you want to join your HSC, email and we'll get you started! 

Halls Give it a Go

The Halls Give it a Go programme (GIAG) is run by the Guild of Students and the Halls Life Team and gives you the chance to try loads of new activities and visit new places. Most of the activities are either free or heavily discounted (up to 75% off). GIAG gives you a chance to meet other students, make new friends and try something new without paying the high price tag. Halls GIAG trips and events will be advertised on our Facebook groups, weekly email and on the Guild's website.

Sustainability in Halls

Throughout the year the Guild host sustainable events and activities, as well as lots of campaigns, competitions and activities provided by Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK). If you're interested in sustainable living and getting involved, keep an eye on our social media, weekly email and the Guild's page. 

SOS-UK will offer lots of competitions to encourage residents to think as sustainably as possible. There will also be a recycling audit to see just how well you and your flatmates recycle. All of these scores will contribute to your hall's place in the overall leader board at the end of the year! 


At the University of Liverpool, pretty much every interest is covered by a society - from beekeeping to comic books to baking there is plenty to get involved in. A society is group of students with similar interests who come together to learn, organise and experience their passions in life! Find out more about the societies at Liverpool Guild here.


The Guild hosts lots of volunteering opportunities perfect for students to get involved in e.g. you could become a Leave Liverpool Tidy volunteer, a Mental Health charity volunteer or Flat Sustainability Champion. Please note that the volunteering opportunities vary throughout the year. For the latest opportunities, click here.


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