Bookings for 2023/24
Based on feedback from last year, we significantly increased the number of rooms available to continuing students for the 2023/24 academic year. We also opened earlier in the year in order to give unsuccessful students additional time to look into the private market. However, the demand has been far higher than even we were expecting.
We understand that you will be disappointed if you received an email from us in January 2023 letting you know you have been unsuccessful with your booking. In order to assist you as much as possible with this outcome, please see the support available to you:
- Take a look at this document, produced by the Student Hub team with lots of information and links to useful resources.
- Visit the "General Housing Drop-in" every Thursday 2-4pm at the Baroness Hale Legal Clinic (above the Student Hub and Nisa)
- If you do feel you need further support, whether it be around housing or financial worries, please do not hesitate to contact the Student Hub using the online self-referral form, and they will be happy to help you.
No upfront costs
There’s nothing to pay until October 2023.
All inclusive prices
All of your bills are included in the price - there are no hidden costs.
Group booking available
You can book as a group with your friends.
No extra signatures
No guarantors or references required.
At the heart of things
Staying on campus means you’re in the heart of our University and college community plus you’ll be close to all of our fantastic facilities and your classes.
Don’t miss out on the campus experience.
Compare prices 2023/24
These prices are for 2023/24 continuing students only
We have a range of rooms available to book in colleges across both east and west. These include: Halifax College, Derwent College, Anne Lister College, David Kato College and Constantine College.
|Band||Bathroom||Catering||College||Let length||Per week||Per year|
|Band 1||Shared bathroom||Self-catered||Halifax||44 weeks||£99||£4,356|
|Band 2||Ensuite||Self-catered||Anne Lister||44 weeks||£142||£6,248|
|Band 2||Ensuite||Self-catered||David Kato||44 weeks||£142||£6,248|
|Band 3||Ensuite||Self-catered||Anne Lister||44 weeks||£173||£7,612|
|Band 3||Ensuite||Self-catered||David Kato||44 weeks||£173||£7,612|
|Band 3||Shared bathroom||Self-catered||Derwent||44 weeks||£156||£6,864|
|Band 3||Ensuite||Self-catered||Derwent||44 weeks||£173||£7,612|
|Band 4||Ensuite||Self-catered||Anne Lister||44 weeks||£188||£8,272|
|Band 4||Shared bathroom||Self-catered||Constantine||44 weeks||£169||£7,436|
How rents are set
Do you want to know how accommodation prices are set by the University, and where your rent is being spent? Visit our web pages how rents are set and where your rent goes for a full breakdown.
Room numbers and room allocation process
The Student Hub are here to support you. Take a look at this document, produced by the Student Hub team with lots of information and links to useful resources. They are able to provide advice around renting in the private sector and can offer support to students who may have financial concerns relating to this. You can contact the team directly by completing their online self-referral form.
Studying abroad or going on a placement year?
If you're unsure whether you'll be going on a placement year or studying abroad in 2023/24, you can still book a room, as long as you let us know as soon as possible / by the end of the summer term that you’ve got a placement or will be studying abroad.
Will my college change?
If you accept a room in a different college, you may still be able to be a member of your previous college, and even represent it as a member of the Students’ Association next year. Please speak to your local college team for further information.