Rory Cunningham is the Community Liaison Officer for the University, promoting positive relationships between students and residents living in communities surrounding the Streatham and St Luke’s campuses.
This role evolved from ongoing partnership work of Exeter University, Exeter City Council, Devon and Cornwall Police and Exeter's Students' Guild.
Tel 01392 723721
24 hour phoneline
Phone 01392 726252 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The University's Estate Patrol provides a 24 hour service on campus. They deal with matters of security and safety and can be called to report or discuss off-campus incidents involving students. Estate Patrol can be contacted at any time on 01392 263999.
You can find out more information on the Security webpages.
The University in the community
We provide information and guidance for students living and socialising off-campus, also information for permanent local residents who live alongside students and have an interest in the University's development.
We understand that social differences between students and permanent local residents can sometimes cause tension. We believe that such tensions can be resolved when there are more opportunities for communication and meaningful engagement. The University's Community Liaison Officer works to enhance relationships with local communities.
The University also provides many services and facilities that are available to members of the public, contact us directly to find out more.
Student Community wardens
Student Community Wardens encourage the integration of students as active citizens and facilitate the work of the Community Liaison Officer. Student Wardens work closely with the Students’ Guild, local Police and City Council to support fellow students living off-campus.
There are two Student Community Warden teams. The Exeter East Team and the Exeter West Team provide a supportive presence to students living across the wards of St James, St David's, Pennsylvania, Newtown and Polsloe.
Wardens conduct 'walkabouts' in their area, signpost students with community queries, attend community meetings and develop termly community projects. Wardens also facilitate ongoing campaigns and initiatives, including the Students On The Move refuse removal scheme. They can also help to security-mark your valuables and stencil your property number onto your bin.
Wardens have access to the StreetWise fund, financing projects that bring students and permanent residents together.
Local wardens wear branded Student Community Warden jackets, hoodies and polo shirts and are always happy to chat. To contact directly, make an appointment to security mark your valuables or stencil your bin, please email email@example.com
The Community Warden scheme has been developed and supported by the University, Exeter Community Safety Partnership, and Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.