← The other, and inferior, College JCRs


All members of the University staff are members of a college and are known as “senior members”, known as the SCR. In addition to this, the College have a small number of staff working within the college to look after members’ needs. SCR stands for Senior Common Room.

Jayne Corless


Jayne Corless

My full time post is as a Project Manager within ISS. As Principal of the College, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Cartmel College. The College aims to provide you with a supportive environment for your studies and a place where you can meet people and socialise. The social centre of the College is based at Barkers’ House Farm containing a food court, a bar, study areas and the Junior Common Room. Cartmel College has an excellent JCR Exec and College Officer’s who are second to none in a College system which has many excellent officers. My job as Principal is to try to give direction and, of course, take responsibility for the welfare of the College and its members.

E: j.corless@lancaster.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)1524 510107

Lyndsey Egerton


Lyndsey Egerton

Hi there, I am Lynsdey and am currently the College Dean, being responsible for upholding the discipline of the College. I look forward to meeting you at the college social events throughout the year. See you soon!

E: l.egerton@lancaster.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)1524 510387

Edwina Greenfield

College Residence Officer

Edwina Greenfield

I’m Edwina Greenfield and my job is to deal with any residential problems which you may have. We have a large number of bed/study rooms in Cartmel College and so, if for any reason, you are not happy in the room or area where you have been allocated to, please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as possible and I will endeavour to sort something out for you. If you have any queries regarding your residence or if you need someone to chat to, do not hesitate to come and see me in the College Office during normal office hours.

E: e.greenfield@lancaster.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)1524 592455

Cath Gorton

College Administrator

Cath Gorton

I’m Cath Gorton and my main role is to ensure the smooth running of the College and provide administrative support to the College Principal, College Officers and JCR Exec.

Any problems you may encounter from being homesick to financial difficulties then I’ll be your first port of call and am always willing to offer soothing words and a cup of tea!  If I can’t help you then I’ll certainly be able to point you in the right direction, there is always help at hand in the College or wider University and be assured that all conversations are confidential.

Settling into a new environment can be a daunting experience but you’re not on your own, we are here to make sure that you have the best experience possible and enjoy every minute of your time at University.

My Office is A22 between the JCR Office and the Porters’ Lodge.  You’re more than welcome to drop in at any time with any query.

E: c.gorton@lancaster.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)1524 592431

Vicky Haslam

Senior Advisor

Vicki Haslam

Each College has a Personal Advisor system which is intended to provide support for each student independently of their academic departments.  In Cartmel, each student is allocated to a Personal Advisor on the basis of residential blocks.  A Personal Advisor is a senior member of Cartmel College (either a member of staff or postgraduate student) and will be available for help and advice throughout your time at Lancaster but especially in your first year.

E: v.haslam@lancaster.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)7527 941341

Tom Webb


Tom Webb

Tom works in the Law School. He graduated from Lancaster in 2009 with an LL.B (Hons), and is nearing completion of his PhD in Public Law. As Praelector Tom is the deputy-Dean of Cartmel and, along with the Dean and the Assistant Deans, is responsible for upholding discipline in the College. Tom can be reached via email, or found in his office, located on C-floor of Bowland North.

E: t.webb@lancaster.ac.uk

Cartmel College Porters

The College Porters

Jonathan, Simon, Stewart and George

Jonathan, Simon, Stewart and George’s (from left to right) duties are numerous. Many of these are mundane but essential to the running of the college. So, from time to time, when you really need the porter because you have locked yourself out and you’re wearing nothing but a towel, they will undoubtedly be in the mail room or out buying a bacon sandwich! Joking aside, the porters are usually the first port of call for the 1001 questions that you will have regarding the college and the uni, and there is a porter on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week during term time. The porters are here to make your life in Cartmel as easy as possible. If the porter cannot answer your query, he should, theoretically, know someone who can.

E: cartmelporters@exchange.lancs.ac.uk
T: +44 (0)1524 592304