Living in halls of residence
Our halls of residence are the perfect environment for making new friends and developing your independence.
With over 2,500 bed spaces in our halls across Waterside Campus; as well as our off-campus accommodation at Scholars Green Student Village on Boughton Green Road, St George’s Avenue and Northampton town centre (St John’s Halls), we offer a variety of different room types to suit all budgets and needs.
All of our student rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, wardrobe, bookshelf, chair and bin. The main utility bills for heating, lighting, water and electricity are included within your rent to make it a little easier for you. Your room will have network and WiFi access, providing links to the University computer network.
Applying for halls
Applications to live in halls of residence for the 20/21 academic year should be completed online. Applications will open in Spring 2020 and will be considered in the order that they are received.
A Key and Damage Deposit of £300 will be payable on acceptance of the room offer, this is likely to be in March or April, so please allow for this in your budget.
Priority applications for halls
If you have disability-related accommodation needs, you can make a priority application to live in halls of residence. We will look at any reasonable adaptations that need to be made to improve access in our halls of residence.
For further information please contact Additional Student Support and Inclusion Services Team (ASSIST) or Accommodation Services.
If you are a first year international student you are eligible to apply to live in our halls of residence.
Applications will be considered in the order that they are received.
You will live in flats with up to nine other students, usually from a mix of other countries. You will have your own room (some twin rooms are available) but you will share kitchen facilities. You can request a room in single-sex or mixed-sex flats.
The University of Northampton is signed up to and adheres to the UUK code for student accommodation. This protects students’ rights to safe, good quality accommodation, wherever they are studying, and makes sure they get the best out of their time living in university or college residences. It outlines everything students can expect from their accommodation as well as their responsibilities as tenants.
For further information on the code please visit the Universities UK Accommodation Code of Practice page.