At Plymouth University we understand the importance of finding a friendly, safe, and comfortable place to live while you are studying with us. That is why we have worked hard to develop a residence life experience in our halls which we believe is of the highest quality and also unique in terms of support, engagement and year-round, fun activities we provide for you. Living away from home for the first time can be daunting, but at Plymouth, we create a friendly community for students to reside in. Our Residence Life team of Hall Officers and Hall Assistants are carefully selected to provide a network of support and friendship, with your well-being as their number one priority. When we say welcome to Plymouth University, we really mean it!
Each hall has its own hall team who live amongst the students in halls, a Hall Officer (HO) and Hall Assistants (HAs). The hall teams all work together in creating the student hall community. They collaborate with students to create a variety of opportunities for residents to gain a better sense of self, their community, and the world.
The aims for our residence communities are to create:
- A community with purpose. A place to study and prepare for classes and an engaging community where meaningful relationships are formed.
- An open and inclusive community where freedom of thought and expression are valued and citizens are respected.
- A disciplined community where all members of the community are entitled to safety, cleanliness, quiet, and privacy.
- A place of compassion where each resident can have a significant impact in the lives of others and within the hall.
For this reason we guarantee a place in our halls to all first year students*, so they can gain the benefit of this experience in a safe and secure friendly environment.
*We guarantee University-managed accommodation to all undergraduate applicants who choose Plymouth University as their first choice institution and apply for accommodation before 1 July 2017. Please note that the guarantee does not apply to students who still have a conditional status after 31 August 2017.