But what is life actually like at Kendall Hall?
Here's what some of our students have to say:
Livia - Kendall Hall Resident in 2014 and 2015
"Deciding to move to Kendall Hall was the best decision I made. It was so convenient and easy and definitely took the stress out of third and fourth year (especially when the phone rang in the middle of the night calling you into the hospital for surgery!) Aside from the convenience factor, I made some awesome friends and fantastic memories. I absolutely loved my time at Kendall Hall."
Suzie - Kendall Hall Resident in 2014 and 2015
"My time at Kendall Hall has been marvellous. Living so close to the veterinary hospital has made final year rotations so much easier. Being with a close group of people all going through the same trials makes things more manageable and the friends I have lived with at Kendall Hall will stay with me for life. I would highly recommend staying there as it makes the final year experience so much more enjoyable!"
Chantal - Kendall Hall Resident in 2015
"As someone who has actively avoided Uni residences after her first experience, I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to have peace and privacy here at Kendall Hall. I could choose my own level of social interaction without being kept up at night by any hampering noise levels/activities. Even daytime naps after long rotation shifts were easy with how solid the walls were (and it's a hop, skip, and a jump from the hospital)! It was overall a great place for a ‘needs peace and quiet’ student to call home.”
Jasmine - Resident in 2014 and 2015
"Staying at Kendall Hall the past two years has been amazing, I could not be happier with my choice and have no regrets. One of the most enjoyable things about Kendall Hall is the people. You get to know those in your year much better and have people to chat to about your day, things you didn't quite understand in lectures, a tough case you had, etc. But when you want to study/want some privacy - absolutely everyone understands and leaves you to it. There are times in third and fourth year when you really can't be bothered... and not having to catch a train or drive somewhere is brilliant. If you get called in at 2am, you don't have to worry about getting to uni and back. If you need to visit the library in the middle of the night (strange, but it happens) you are just a few steps away. The closeness has been a lifesaver several times."