Living in a University hall is a fun and challenging time of new experiences and personal growth. Find information to help you navigate life in a hall.
Living in a catered hall
Find out about life in a first-year hall and read the rules and expectations—so everyone can contribute to a positive and thriving hall community.
Living in an independent hall
Find out how things work when living independently in a University apartment or flat. Read the rules and expectations to ensure a successful living community.
Your first year
Find out what to expect in your first year at a University hall and get tips to help you make it a successful year to remember.
Taking care of yourself
It’s important you look after your mental and physical wellbeing while living and studying in hall. Find tips and resources to help you stay happy and healthy.
Illness in a hall of residence
Find out about preventing the spread of contagious illnesses in the halls including information on self-isolation and dining arrangements if you are unwell.
Safety and emergency
Find out what to do in a fire or other emergency and read about how to keep your flat or apartment and your room safe and secure.
Find contact information for each hall of residence, emergency services, health and wellbeing and other services.
Feedback, concerns, and complaints
Find out how to give feedback, raise concerns, or make a complaint about living in our accommodation.
Move-out day for first-year hall, flat and apartment residents is in late November each year. Get up to speed with what you need to do.