If you’re struggling with living in halls, remember you’re not alone. We have lots of advice, support, and guidance to help you adjust to residential life.
Moving to university can be a big change. It may be your first time staying away from home. But it also gives you the opportunity to develop essential life skills and to make new friends. You can find resources below to help you with this transition, including support with health and wellbeing, advice on living independently, and ways to meet like-minded people.
Support with life in halls
Moving into halls can sometimes feel daunting. If you’re living away from home for the first time, there’s lots of practical support available to help you navigate life as an Edge Hill Resident.
Meet other residents
Make the most of your experience at Edge Hill by getting involved in different activities, societies, events, and initiatives. Meeting like-minded people will help you feel more at home when living in on-campus accommodation.
Support with health and wellbeing
We want all our students to feel safe and supported. If you’re struggling with your mental health and wellbeing at university, there’s lots of ways we can help.
Join EHU Residents
Meet and chat with other students living in halls by joining the EHU Residents socials.