Her Majesty The Queen

Following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, there will be some changes to events and on-campus arrangements around the start of the new academic year. 
However, our Arrivals period will continue as scheduled. If you will be living in our Halls of Residence this year, there are no planned changes to your scheduled arrival.  
The Halls Team is here to support you if you need to talk about how this news has affected you. 

<p>Her Majesty The Queen</p>

University-managed Halls of Residence

We want you to enjoy living and studying in Plymouth, build life-long friendships and feel fully supported during your time with us. We offer a great variety of halls to choose from which provide a safe and friendly environment for our students.
Your accommodation licence will be with the University, and our halls are provided in partnership with UPP, the UK’s leading provider of on-campus residential and academic accommodation infrastructure.
They provide and maintain the buildings while the University provides a range of support for you, including social events to create great communities, welfare support and 24/7 security to help to keep you safe. 
Our Halls are located on campus, or within the nearby Student Village – only a few minutes’ walk from both University facilities and the city centre! 

Applications for September 2022

Applications for accommodation will open on the 1st of February 2022 for applicants joining the University this Autumn. To make an application for a place in Halls, the University of Plymouth must be your first choice University. 
Please note: the Accommodation Portal is now closed. You will not be able to book accommodation until the start of the Clearing period on Thursday 18 August 2022. To book accommodation during Clearing, please call the Clearing Hotline on 0333 241 6929.

Returning residents

Returning students will be able to make an application from February 2022.

New arrivals

Congratulations and welcome to the University of Plymouth and University-managed Halls! We'll be on hand to make moving into your new home a fun and exciting experience.
Before you arrive, find out all you need to know about getting here, checking in and Halls Induction.

Arrivals day at Plymouth Halls

Prepaid catering package 

Forget about cooking, food shopping and washing up this year, and enjoy the benefits of a flexible prepaid way to eat while studying at the University of Plymouth.
Enjoy sustainable, locally sourced, fresh food from a range of our award-winning campus cafes with our prepaid catered halls package. Available from September 2022 to those living in University-managed accommodation, this package spans over 35 weeks of the year, providing your breakfast and a two course dinner from Monday to Friday, excluding the Christmas break and Bank Holidays. 

Cafe JBs on the Derriford campus
<p>Mary Newman Building</p>

Living within the private sector 

If university accommodation is not for you, the city of Plymouth offers a huge range of accommodation for students.
Whether you're looking for purpose built student accommodation, student houses, flats or even homestays, there's something out there to meet all budgets - both in the city centre or surrounding areas.

<p>Plymouth landscape</p>

Current Residents: Accommodation COVID-19 FAQs

Please see our Accommodation related FAQs available on the Accommodation Portal.

The Student Accommodation Code

We adhere to the Student Accommodation Code which means that we go the extra mile to make sure that you get the best quality accommodation while you are with us. The Code is managed by an external group which inspects our halls to ensure that they are in tip-top condition.