A student works at the desk in her room in Main Halls.Starting University means that you may be moving away from home for the first time. Aside from your course of study, where you choose to live will probably be one of the most important decisions you make.

Voted best value for money student accommodation in the UK (National Student Housing Awards 2019) and a finalist for both best university halls (National Student Housing Awards 2019) and Best Moving In Experience (Global Student Living Awards 2022), our halls of residence are at the heart of our vibrant on-campus community, providing a safe environment in which new students can live, study and socialise.

They offer excellent value for money, with a range of rooms and catering packages available depending on your requirements and your budget. You will find everything you need is just a few minutes walk from your room.

These pages provide a guide to living on campus, including the ultra-modern accommodation in Chancellors Court and Chancellors South, Founders EastFounders WestGraduates Court and Palatine Court and the townhouses of Woodland Court.

Five students sat round a table in the dining area of a hall of residence while eating snacks.

You can also learn about applying for our halls of residence, find out how we allocate rooms, and get an idea of what to expect on the day you move in.

Alternatively, you may wish to consider the wide choice of private accommodation which is available to rent nearby. Many students live close to the University in Ormskirk, while others choose Liverpool or local towns such as Southport.

Whether you want student life, city life, or somewhere in between, we can help find the place that’s right for you.

Get in Touch

Aerial view of Chancellors Court, Chancellors South and the lake on the eastern side of the campus.If you need any advice or guidance on finding somewhere to live while you study with us, our dedicated Accommodation Team are here to help.

You can contact the Accommodation Team on 01695 657555 or email [email protected].

Fastrack Accommodation Arrangements

If you are applying for our Fastrack programme and require accommodation for the six-week full-time element of the course, you will need to apply for this accommodation first and then make a separate application for the accommodation you will need for your subsequent degree.

Full information about how to apply for accommodation for your undergraduate programme will be sent to you once you have been made an offer of a place on the Fastrack course.

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