Edge Hill University provides more than 1,900 single study bedrooms in halls of residence, divided into six separate areas on campus, with a seventh section currently under construction.
Offering exceptional value for money, our range of accommodation provides a safe and supportive living environment. You’ll never be more than just a short walk from your subject facilities, lecture theatres and seminar rooms, the Students’ Union, the University library, IT resources, the Arts Centre, cafés, restaurants, laundry facilities and Edge Hill Sport.
Which accommodation is right for me?
Follow the links below to view our guides to each distinct area of halls of residence and discover the choice of living environments available to suit a range of budgets.
- Catered or self-catered? 300 rooms are available as catered accommodation and the remainder are self-catered. Catered packages are available in Main Halls and some of the rooms in Back Halls;
- En-suite or shared bathroom? More than 70% of rooms offer en-suite facilities, including all rooms in Chancellors Court, Chancellors South, Founders Court and Graduates Court, as well as some of the rooms in Forest Court. All other halls, as well as the remaining rooms in Forest Court, have shared bathroom facilities, although some also have a wash basin in each bedroom.
There are currently thirteen fully-adapted rooms, however demand may exceed the number of rooms available.
The new Palatine Court is due to open later in 2015 and will comprise 144 additional rooms. The specification of the rooms in Palatine Court will be the same as Chancellors Court, Chancellors South, Founders Court and Graduates Court.
If you wish to discuss your requirements for an adapted room, or if you have any care support needs owing to a physical or sensory impairment, you should contact our Inclusion Team on 01695 584190 to discuss your specific requirements in confidence. Early contact with the Inclusion Team is recommended.
What do I need to bring?
All rooms are furnished with a bed, wardrobe, desk and chair and you can personalise your space with posters, photos and other items.
You will need to bring your own towels and bed linen (including a duvet and pillow), as well as crockery, cutlery, glassware, pots, pans and cooking utensils.
All rooms in our ultra-modern Chancellors Court, Chancellors South, Founders Court and Graduates Court are equipped with a flatscreen computer which can also be enabled to receive Freeview TV (a TV licence will be required, see below), while the shared kitchen and living areas include a 32″ LCD Freeview TV (for which a TV licence is provided by the University). If allocated a room in any of our other halls, you will need your own computer and TV if you wish to use them.
To watch TV, a TV licence will be required regardless of whether a television is included in your room or you bring your own/watch live TV online. Wireless enabled internet access is available, free of charge, in all halls of residence.
How much will it cost?
All halls of residence are offered on a 40 week contract, running from September to late June.
Our accommodation is priced to suit a range of budgets. For academic year 2015/16, prices range from £65 to £112 per week, while for academic year 2016/17 the cost will be from £68 to £115 per week, depending on the hall of residence. Follow the links in the gallery above to find out the cost for each specific group of halls.
All rooms are fully maintained and the rent includes utility bills. The University also has 24-hour security and has been voted the safest campus in the North West for the last three years by the independent Complete University Guide.
Assistance for students living in halls of residence is available from Resident Hall Managers, Night Support Officers and Student Assistants, ensuring that support is available at any time, day or night.
Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing
Edge Hill University operates its halls of residence in compliance with the best practices identified in The Student Accommodation Code.
The University continually strives to enhance the services and facilities available to students. In doing so, there may be some building work in the vicinity of halls of residence. The University will ensure that disruption to students is kept to a minimum while any such building work is completed.