During their time in London, Notre Dame students are housed in Waterloo's Conway Hall. Waterloo is one of London's best connected and most vibrant areas, home to the world-famous National Theatre and Old Vic, the BFI IMAX, the London Eye, quality food markets, hip coffee shops, and plenty of great pubs. The building is a twenty-minute walk across the Jubilee Bridge from Fischer Hall, and only a two-minute walk from London’s celebrated South Bank.
Accommodation in Conway Hall is arranged in clusters of fully furnished and air-conditioned flats with shared bathrooms, equipped kitchens, and living areas. Undergraduate students may share their bedroom with one or more roommates, while Postgraduate students will be housed in a single bedroom. Alongside their bed, each student will also have their own set of furnishings such as a desk, a wardrobe, drawers, and bookshelves. Duvets, pillows, bed linen and towels are provided for all Conway Hall residents.
The on-site laundry room has five washing machines, five tumble dryers and ironing stations.
Conway Hall works to nurture a sense of community as a home away from home for Notre Dame students in London. The Conway Hall staff live in flats alongside students at Conway Hall and offer regular social activities such as reading groups, sports teams, movie nights, restaurant visits, and holiday parties. Conway Hall is also set up for study, with separate study rooms on each floor for quiet study time.
The Student Activity Center (SAC) is a great gathering space for residents with couches, tables and chairs, a TV and a kitchenette. There are board games and video games available to borrow from Reception. The SAC is connected to the main building by a landscaped courtyard, offering students an outdoor social space in nice weather.
The Conway Hall Chapel is an active part of Conway life, with our priest in residence organizing weekly services. Students are welcome to use the Chapel at any time for private prayer.