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Booking your accommodation

Once you've chosen your preferred halls of residence, you can apply for your room through the . Halls of residence applications are on a first-come, first-served basis; we don't ask for your first, second or third choice.
When allocating rooms, we endeavour to match you with people who have similar living habits. The application process includes some lifestyle questions to help us with the allocations – for example, whether you prefer to go to bed early or late. This helps us to place you with likeminded flatmates, however please be aware this is not an exact science.

Be part of a thriving student community

Students who choose University-managed halls enjoy a range of benefits.
These include access to the exclusive Residence Life programme, which offers a range of social activities, competitions, giveaways and trips throughout the year, a dedicated Halls Team who can help you make the most of life in halls, and special offers in campus cafés.

Why choose University-managed halls of residence?

There’s a huge range of benefits you can enjoy by staying in University-managed accommodation. Whether you want the convenience of being close to campus or want to be living right in the heart of the city, you can choose the hall that’s right for you.
  • We offer a wide variety of accommodation to suit a range of budgets, needs and preferences.
  • No deposit required.
  • All utility bills, WiFi and contents insurance included.
  • Dedicated reception, maintenance and security teams to support you during your stay.
  • Full access to all Residence Life events and activities.
  • Lecture theatres, the Library, the Students’ Union, great places to eat and drink and the city centre are all within walking distance.
 

On campus

 

University of Plymouth Student Village

The Student Accommodation Code

In our on-campus and Student Village halls of residence, we adhere to the . The Student Accommodation Code has been designed to protect your rights to safe, good quality college accommodation, wherever you are studying, and to make sure you get the best out of your time living in university or college residences.
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Off campus

Rooms in off-campus halls of residence are accredited under Accreditation Network UK (ANUK). These halls of residence are part of the 'good practice' network, providing reassurance that the accommodation is safe, well managed and supportive of residents. ANUK accreditation is assessed by an independent verifier and compliance is periodically tested.