University of Gloucestershire Halls

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University of Gloucestershire Halls

University of Gloucestershire Halls

Halls of residence

Students standing outside The Park Campus halls of residence.

The University of Gloucestershire has approximately 1,800 rooms in halls of residence in Cheltenham and Gloucester.

Equipped with:

  • bed, wardrobe, drawers, chair, desk and bookcase
  • kitchen is equipped with fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker, toaster, kettle and cupboards
  • laundry facilities are available on-site
  • regular bus services run between campuses and residences

Cost of living in halls

Weekly rent ranges from £100 – £189 (based on 2017-18 academic year). The rent includes all utility bills, internet costs, contents insurance and cleaning of kitchens once a week. Contracts are for a fixed term of 40 weeks.

Types of halls of residence available on each campus

Find out more information about all our hall of residence across Cheltenham and Gloucester by downloading the accommodation guide.

Residential support

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: accommodation guide
Rent details: halls rent
If there’s trouble: halls of residence disciplinary procedures
Packing list: what do I need to bring?
Minor costs: halls charges table
Find where they are: halls maps and addresses
How to pay: halls of residence payment process guide
Get insurance: Endsleigh insurance cover
Get your TV licence: apply for a TV licence

Living in halls 

Every halls of residence at Gloucestershire University has a group of elected students called residential assistants. They’re thereto make your year in Halls one of the best of your life.

They act as a representative of the accommodation team on all campus in each Hall and act on all issues raised bystudents.

Click here to find out about RA for your halls