Halls of residence can be a great start to university life and we currently have approximately 1,800 places in halls of residence on or near all of our campuses. They are all close to the town and city centres and are also served by the university bus service.
Rooms range in price from £116 to £197 per week depending on the facilities available.
All rent is inclusive of the following:
- utility bills (water, electricity, gas)
- basic contents insurance
All halls are self-catered. The standard contract length is 40 weeks.
Types of halls of residence available
See here for information on how to apply for halls of residences.
All halls come equipped with the following items:
- internet access
Laundry facilities are on or near each campus and are coin-operated machines.
The residential support team is responsible for pastoral support to residential students. This team consists of residential support advisers who are full-time staff and residential assistants who are returning students recruited by the accommodation department.
The residential support team is on hand to assist you with a variety of issues that arise while living in residence, including welfare and maintenance issues. The halls are also supported by the security, cleaning and maintenance teams who help ensure the smooth running of halls.
What you need to know
Find out if you’re eligible and how to apply:
halls application process
Everything you need to know in one guide:
If there’s trouble:
halls of residence disciplinary procedures
what do I need to bring? / what do I need to bring? (Pittville)
halls charges table
/ halls charges table (Pittville)
Find where they are:
halls maps and addresses
How to pay:
halls of residence payment process guide
Insurance provided in accommodation:
Endsleigh insurance cover
Get your TV licence:
apply for a TV licence