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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.
Our Halls of Residence provide residential students with a safe place to settle into student life quickly and our facilities and activities, led by the Student Association, mean you will always have something to do!
All Higher Education students are given the opportunity to apply for residential accommodation. As long as there is Accommodation available first year students are guaranteed accommodation and priority is given to those applicants who do not live on one of our free transport routes.
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. Unfortunately, we do not have any provisions in Halls of Residence for students who need specialist medical or nursing care.
Before applying for accommodation, please read the Student Accommodation Licence Agreement Conditions.
University Centre Reaseheath has on-site residential accommodation for up to 1,000 students, fully supported by a safeguarding team.
Alongside the range of accommodation, onsite facilities include:
- Multiple catering outlets open at various points between 8am until 7pm
- Under 18 and HE common rooms for you to socialise and relax
- Student bar in the heart of the campus equipped with a pool table, table tennis and large screen TVs
- Access to our state-of-the-art college gym and sports activities
- Shuttle bus into Nantwich and local shops – specific days and times
- Free WiFi in all halls
- Free onsite car parking – you’ll need to obtain a permit from the transport office for this when you start at college
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.
|TYPE OF ROOM||SELF CATERING||COST PER WEEK INCLUDING 7 DAY A WEEK MEALS ALLOWANCE||COST PER WEEK INCLUDING 5 DAY A WEEK MEALS ALLOWANCE|
|Chetwood single en-suite||£120||£172||£162|
|Platt single en-suite||£120||£172||£162|
|Gawsworth, Capesthorne and Tatton Halls plus 1 house in Rode Hall (these are self-catered only)||£120||N/A||N/A|
|Tabley and 4 houses in Rode Halls (these are catered only)||N/A||£172||£162|
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.
As a University Centre Reaseheath student you are able to choose from catered or self-catered accommodation.
All students in catered accommodation will have the choice of a 5 or 7 day meal package.
A 5 day meal package is from Sunday dinner through to Friday lunch. As part of our safeguarding provision we endeavour to ensure that our students are eating healthily and regularly. We therefore encourage our students to eat a set 3 meals a day, all of which will be healthy and balanced.
Student ID cards will be set up with meal vouchers to purchase three balanced meals. This will mean 3 separate meal vouchers will be set up in order for you to purchase breakfast (up to the value of £2.40), lunch (up to the value of £3.60) and evening meal (up to the value of £3.60). This equates to meals to the total value of £9.60, for which you will pay £8 per day only. The use of these meal vouchers therefore is better value for money than purchasing food with cash or card in our outlets.
The 7 day meal package includes three meals per day Monday – Friday with the opportunity for two meals each day during the weekend. Each day comprising of three specific meals i.e. breakfast (to the value of £2.40), lunch (to the value of £3.60) and evening meal (to the value of £3.60). This is with exception of Saturday and Sunday which comprise of brunch and evening meal.
The meal vouchers supplied can only be used for the relevant meal and unfortunately cannot be saved to use another time.
If you wish to purchase items such as soft drinks, crisps and chocolate you would need to cover the cost yourself.
Moving in to Reaseheath College and University Centre
See how moving in day looks for UCR student Elliot living in our brand new town houses!