University of Huddersfield Accommodation
Huddersfield has great accommodation for students. Book with our preferred, recommended and approved accommodation provider, DIGS Student, and be guaranteed a room in halls of residence. Hopefully by now you will have sorted out your accommodation if you are a first year student, but what happens as you move into your second and third years?
Living in Huddersfield
Hopefully by now you’ll have sorted out your accommodation whether you’re a first, second or third year. If not you should find the below information useful.
Huddersfield has great accommodation for students. Book with our preferred, recommended and approved accommodation provider, DIGS Student, and be guaranteed a room in halls of residence.
Halls of residence are a great option, popular with first years attending the University but equally as popular with second and third years. DIGS Student offer great incentives for first years and returning students alike, making it a great choice for all.
DIGS also understand that students want more than just a place to rest their head when looking for accommodation so they offer an extensive events programme in partnership with the Students’ Union. From quiz nights to American football taster sessions, there’s something to suit everyone, and best of all it happens right on your doorstep.
Storthes Hall Park Student Village and Ashenhurst Student Houses are our preferred, recommended and approved student accommodation, which are privately owned and operated by DIGS Student.
Contact DIGS Student
Arranging alternative accommodation
If you want to do your own thing when you arrive or if you’re in your second or third years, then Huddersfield Students’ Union have a dedicated service for current students. Hudlets provides impartial advice about housing options and offers support and guidance when you are looking for accommodation. They are available throughout the summer so you can drop them a line at any time and get the advice you need before you arrive.
What to expect
You will be expected to contact the Agent that is advertising the property and make an appointment to view it. If you like it, you will have to pay a deposit of about one or two months rent, which will be refunded to you when you leave the property, provided that it is still in good condition. You may also be asked for references, but we can help you with that.
It also very important to check whether utility bills (heating, electricity, council tax etc) are included in the rent, as they can be expensive.