The Halls of Residence On Campus are available to all full-time students.
Living on campus is a community experience and students who wish to live on campus should understand and accept the following principles:
- The residences are suitable only for those who are able to live independently without the help of other residents or any outside assistance.
- The Residences are not a suitable environment for family living.
- While living on Campus you are part of a community and as such you have a responsibility to play your part - for example:
- keeping the common areas sufficiently clean and tidy (Hall, Kitchen and Lounge area and/or shared bedrooms and shared bathrooms)
- respecting others privacy and needs for quiet
- reporting any risks to safety, a persons welbeing, or fire of which you become aware using the prescribed protocol as contained in the residents' Handbook
- logging in a timely way and using the prescribed protocol any maintenance issues of which you become aware
- reporting any illegality, disorder or noise that affects you or other residents (using prescribed protcol)
- controlling your visitors' behaviour within the expected norms as set out in the handbook and license to reside
- managing your own belongings and keeping your bedroom door locked at all times
- engaging with with fellow residents to maintain the peaceful enjoyment of the residence for all
- limiting your use of alcohol to a reasonable and responsible level and being responsible for your own behaviour
- If you are over 18yrs you will be expected to represent yourself in normal day to day matters in the residences such as logging maintenance issues, renewing your key, paying your fees, making a request or complaint, using the facilities such as Laundry, Reception and Post Room etc. Parents and/or guardians should limit their interventions as far as possible and allow the resident to manager their own living environment.
- You are expected to identify yourself to officials of the University if reasonably requested using your student card which should be carried with you at all times
- You are expected to accept and be fully tolerant of the diversity of people living on campus
- Treat with respect the staff of the Universisty who are providing Residences Services ( for example Reception, Security, Maintenance, Cleaners, Inspectors Adminstrators professional staff and management staff )
Full details of the terms and conditions of living on campus are contained in your Resident's Handbook, your License to Reside (available to view in your residents' account online once a room is booked but not granted until you check-in and please note that terms and conditions of booking are separate),
|Open plan fully equipped
kitchen including microwave,
oven, fridge & kettle
|Dining-room and lounge area||WiFi in all apartments|
(this is strictly enforced)
|Laundry Rooms are convenient to many halls and the main Campus Laundry situated in the center of the Apartments (near River Carrick) is open to all residents.|
|Living on Campus Information
(from collecting your post, operating instructions for the oven/heating,
|Check In and
what to bring when you move in
|All beds are standard single beds
3ft x 6'3ft/90cm x 190cm
Courtyard Apartments are now open on the North Campus.
Details (including pictures) of each Hall of Residence is available below:
- Residents in apartments reflect the diversity of campus and you can expect to live in an apartment with any gender (except minors), any nationality or origin, any age, and any course or year
- The Campus License to reside is based on 7 days per week over a 38 week academic year.
- Rooms must be paid for in advance of occupation by the due dates and there are no facilities to pay weekly/monthly.
- Halls of Residence are not suitable for families or children under 17 years.