LSE Halls Cup

What Is The Halls Cup?

The LSE Halls Cup was introduced to create unity in the halls community. This is your chance to get active, do great things and overcome challenges, with great people.

If you are not living in the LSE halls but are interested in helping one of the halls gain points through all your extra curricular activities or volunteering, email Residential Life at residential.life@lse.ac.uk and you will be assigned a hall.

Halls Pride and a Big Cash Prize!

Last updated: 23/05/2019

13 HALLS OF RESIDENCE TEAMS
6 AREAS OF COMPETITION
3 GRAND PRIZES
1 WINNING HALL

The Winners 2018/19

Congratulations to Rosebery Hall – ‘18/’19. This years winners of the LSE Halls Cup!

The trophy will live with Rosebery for the next year as a result of their hardwork, being the most active hall committee.

Halls Cup Winners - Rosebury

The Prizes

A Big Cash Prize For The Winning Hall – The winning hall can then organise an end of year celebration to remember.

A Cash Prize for the first and second runner up – The halls that place second and third receive a cash prize they can use towards their hall.

The Halls Cup Trophy – Make history with your halls team permanently inscribed as the year of legends. This will be displayed in your hall for the next year!

Halls Cup Points

Points are assigned to each of the six categories. Halls will need to participate in each category in order to win the Halls Cup.

Evidence of Hall Committee events are tracked through events logs and photographs. Photos submitted have the chance to be featured on the official LSE Instagram which has over 50K followers. Evidence of the other 5 categories will be provided by relevant parties (Hall Committees do not need to provide this information).

50 points
for the hall which raises the most funds

40 points
for 2nd place.

30 points
for 3rd place.

10 points
for any hall that wins Battle of the Halls.

20 points
for any hall who has raised more than £150.

10 points
for any hall who has raised a minimum of £75.

5 points
for each hall that participates in the RAG Jailbreak

5 points
for any hall that participates in the RAG Gets Lost challenge.

5 points
for each student per volunteering event*

5 points
for each group of 5 students that submit a detailed feedback form for LSE Volunteer Centre**

15 points
for each student that publishes a blog post on LSE Volunteer Centre blog.

40 points
bonus awarded to the hall with at least 20% hall population involved in volunteering.

5 points
for each resident who participates in an Active Lifestyle session or event (i.e. football tournaments or Yoga)

20 points
for each student attendee at a Wellbeing or Mental Health Hall Committee Event submitted as event logs to ResLife*

10 points
for each student attendee at any other hall events (Hall Committee, Warden) submitted as event logs to ResLife*

2 points
awarded to each student that takes part in the Annual Accommodation Survey*

20 points
awarded to each hall that has a hall committee representative at each Residences User Group meeting

50 points
awarded to the hall that has a fully elected committee in the Michaelmas Term ***

5 points
awarded to each student that registers to take part in a local UK election

50 points
for the hall(s) that win Reduce the Juice or Green Week Challenge.

15 point
for each hall that wins a Reduce the Juice sprint.

10 point
for each hall that organizes a collection drive.

10 point
for each hall committee event where every single resident brings their own reusable item (e.g. mug, glass, cutlery etc.).

5 point
for each resident that becomes a Sustainability Ambassador as part of Reduce the Juice.

2 point
for each resident that joins an engagement event as part of the Reduce the Juice.

If you are engaging in any activity that you think earns you points for your hall in the Halls Cup competition, please email residential.life@lse.ac.uk and we will work together on how to best add the points.

*This category’s points will be weighted by the number of bed spaces at each respective hall. Please include supplementary photographic evidence. A simple overview group photo will suffice. If attendance was recorded (sign in sheets, Eventbrite, Facebook, etc.), please submit these too in the event of a tie.

**The detailed feedback form will need to be approved by the LSE Volunteer Centre team, meeting their quality check in order to get points.

***For UG halls, a full committee has all positions filled. For PG halls, a full committee has as minimum all its core positions filled (President, VP, Communications Officer).

The Hall’s Cup will conclude the end of Lent term. The grand prize will be the Hall’s Cup trophy and a large cash prize! There is also a second and third place prize for the runner up halls.