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You may choose to live in halls of residence, house share with friends or live at home. Whatever you decide is best for you, finding the right place to live is important.
For many of you, you will be living away from home for the first time and our Student Services team are here to help you. Living in Halls of Residence helps with the transition from home to university and many students choose to live in Halls for their first year and then share rented accommodation with friends for the remainder of their study.
All Higher Education students are given the opportunity to apply for residential accommodation. First year students are guaranteed accommodation and this offer is made to all applicants who live more than a reasonable daily travelling distance from Reaseheath and who apply before the 31st July 2018.
Reaseheath has a limited number of residential places for students who require facilities for the disabled. These rooms will be allocated on assessment of disability. Reaseheath has no provision in Halls of Residence for students who need specialist medical or nursing care. Student Services will assist in trying to find accommodation in the local community for such students.
Before applying for accommodation, please read the Student Accommodation Licence Agreement Conditions.
We have a number of halls of residence on-site that offer a choice of catered or self-catered accommodation. Accommodation offers single en-suite bedrooms with a work station, WiFi and a self-catering kitchen area designated to a number of students. A warden is available 24/7 who is the point of contact should you have any questions or require assistance.
Accommodation fees for catered and self-catered options are charged on a termly basis. All accommodation is catered unless otherwise stated. Catered accommodation includes an amount which equates to 10 meals per week. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided in the dining hall. The college catering outlets can provide special diets on request. Prices shown are per week.
On-Campus Halls of Residence
|Halls of Residence||Type of Room||Cost Per Week (unless specified)|
|Platt Hall||Single en suite||£143.00|
|Platt Hall||Single en suite (self catered)||£116.50|
|Chetwood||Single en suite||£143.00|
|Chetwood||Single en suite (self catered)||£116.50|
|Student Village||Single en suite||£119.00|
Fees are set in the spring term and are subject to change in subsequent years to take account of inflation.
Contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01270 613209 for further details on accommodation.
On-Campus Halls of Residence Accommodation includes:
- Telephone connection
- Secure cycle storage
- 24-hour security, including an entry card system and CCTV
- Both mixed and single sex residences
Rooms are provided with a single bed or bunk bed, bedside cabinet, wardrobe, desk with lamp, chair and a waste bin. Students are encouraged to bring their own bed linen and to launder it in the facilities provided. However, where this is not possible, an annual charge is made for bed linen to be hired and laundered by the College.
Internet access is available for an additional charge.
Rooms are cleaned weekly. Bins are emptied daily (Monday-Friday).
Bathrooms, toilet and kitchen areas are cleaned daily (Monday-Friday).
You will see a typical student room, and find out what it is like to live on campus if you attend our Higher Education Open Days and Offer Holder Days.
If you prefer to find your own accommodation Student Services can advise you on finding suitable accommodation nearby.
A multi-faith support member of staff is available at the College as is a multi-faith prayer room.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this website is correct, some details may be subject to change. University Centre Reaseheath accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions.
University Centre Reaseheath – Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DF
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