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Accommodation

Two neighbouring Halls of Residence

Accommodation at Marjon means a great experience and a homely, friendly atmosphere.

Many of our students are moving away from home for the first time. Some are returning to study, whilst others come to us from overseas.

Many of our students choose to live on campus in their first year with us, meaning they settle in and make friends very quickly, and can easily take part in on-campus activities. 

The benefits of living on-campus at Marjon include:

  • Safe environment with 24/7 campus support from duty staff and senior resident students during term time.
  • Accommodation owned and managed by the University, so no surprise fees.
  • Contents insurance, utility bills and broadband are included (with broadband support).
  • Convenient and sociable with study, dining, social and sports facilities all on your doorstep.
  • Low prices, significantly lower than the average university-owned accommodation price in the South West of £166/ week (NUS/Unipol Accommodation Costs Survey 2021)

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Hudson and Coleridge Halls

Our accommodation

We're got seven halls of residence and a student village of 38 houses, all here on campus. Click to see facilities, prices and photos.

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Support when you need it

Support is available to resident students including overnight and at weekends during term time. The Resident Life team will help you feel settled and our Security Officers are on hand in emergencies.

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Short-stay students

International short-stay students can stay with a carefully selected family in Plymouth while you study and get first-hand experience our culture.

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Dining-in-scheme

Use a DIS card to manage your money whilst keeping yourself well fed. For first years on campus this is obilgatory and gives you around £19.50 per week to spend on campus on food.

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Be a homestay provider

Providing homestay accommodation for international students is a great way to generate some extra income and learn about other cultures.

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