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At Brescia, we understand the transition of moving to a new city can be scary and exciting. In order to ensure a smooth transition, a variety of resources are available for you and you family to view ensuing you are prepared for an incredible residence experience. Whether you are looking for support personally or academically, Brescia is here to help you during your studies.

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Do you have questions about Brescia's residence? Start here with our Frequently Asked Questions! 

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Residence Handbook

The Residence Handbook is your go-to guide about everything you need to know while living in Clare Hall. Students are required to read the handbook in full before applying.

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Residence Agreement

The Residence Agreement must be read and signed by every student before living in residence. Students who are younger than 18 years old must have this agreement signed by a parent or guardian.

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See the list of forms if you are applying to be a Residence Assistant, gain access to summer storage or looking to extend your stay. 

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At Brescia the safety and well-being of our students are a top priority. To ensure safety of our students, Brescia has put many policies in place.

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Campus Map

Discover Brescia University College's beautiful campus for yourself with a map of the University.

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Move-In Guide

We have been working with the Middlesex London Health Unit to ensure a safe move-in process for all students, staff and volunteers.

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