University of Hull Halls of Residence

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University of Hull Halls of Residence

University of Hull Halls of Residence

Accommodation at Hull

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We offer lots of different options in our portfolio of properties. The great news for first years is that you’re guaranteed a place in accommodation that’s owned, managed or directed by the University. Whether you fancy halls of residence and the potential a build a wide new social circle, or living in a house with a small group (usually five), you’ll always have your own room.

If you think that halls accommodation is for you, it may sway your decision to know that all fees include utility bills – and you get a free bus pass. Most rooms in halls are fully or partially catered, which can be a great advantage when you’re new to living away from home.

Student housing and private-sector accommodation offer a little more freedom. You’ll still be close to campus and surrounded by student-neighbours, but you’ll have your own ‘student family’.

Halls of residence

Think of The Lawns as an exclusive student village. Set in parkland less than four miles from campus, seven catered halls provide accommodation for 1,000 students. And we recently delivered a £2.5 million redevelopment for the ultimate student experience. For work, there’s a first-class lecture theatre (which doubles as a cinema), fantastic study rooms and faster WiFi. For socialising, there’s a rooftop café bar, including a brand new dining area. And for leisure, there’s a state-of-the-art gym and multi-purpose sports and fitness studio.

In addition to The Lawns, we have two other halls of residence. Thwaite Hall is a striking 18th century country house set in 24 acres of beautiful grounds by the University’s Botanical Gardens. This fully catered residence provides breakfast and an evening meal from Monday to Friday and brunch and an evening meal at weekends.