Halls of residence

Option one

Cromwell, Hudson and Clark Halls

Cromwell Hall, Hudson Hall and Clark Hall each have 54 standard rooms which are grouped into flats, each with nine bedrooms.

Key features and prices:

  • Shared kitchen-diner
  • Three separate shower rooms
  • Two separate WCs
  • Standard bedrooms have a hand basin and vanity unit with mirror
  • Each flat is occupied by a single sex group of nine residents
  • Standard bedrooms are priced at £100 per week

Option two

Coleridge, Tufnell and Kay-Shuttleworth Halls

Coleridge Hall, Tufnell Hall and Kay-Shuttleworth Hall each have 12 standard rooms and 20 en suite rooms.

Standard rooms are located in flats with six bedrooms which are occupied by single sex groups of residents. En suite rooms are located in flats with five bedrooms which are occupied by residents of any gender.

  • Shared kitchen-diner
  • Three separate shower rooms
  • Three separate WCs, each with hand basin
  • Standard bedrooms have a hand basin and vanity unit with mirror
  • En suite rooms contain a shower, WC, hand basin and mirror.

Prices:

  • Standard bedrooms are priced at £100 per week
  • Ensuite bedrooms are priced at £115 per week

Option three

Dix Hall

Dix Hall has 36 standard rooms which are grouped into flats, each with six bedrooms. Two of which are purpose-built en suite wet rooms for students with mobility impairments.

Key features and prices:

  • Shared kitchen-diner
  • Two separate shower rooms on the ground floor with shower, wc and hand basin
  • Three separate shower rooms on the first and second floor with WC and hand basin
  • Standard bedrooms have a hand basin and vanity unit with mirror
  • Flats in Dix can be single sex or mixed groups
  • Standard bedrooms are priced at £115 per week
  • Mobility bedrooms with wet room are priced at £110 – £115 per week

Well equipped

What’s included?

  • Every room comes with a single bed (3’), mattress, mattress cover, bedside cabinet, wardrobe, desk, office chair, noticeboard, waste bin and blackout blind.
  • Some rooms also contain a chest of drawers and/or an easy chair.
  • The shared kitchens are kitted out with a kettle, fridges, freezers (or fridge/freezer), a microwave, a cooker and a toaster.
  • An ironing board (students are asked to supply their own iron).
  • Includes IT support and out-of-hours support for wellbeing and incidents.
  • Please note that resident parking is not available on campus unless you hold a blue badge. Please see our Green Travel & Parking Policy.
  • See also our before you arrive page for ideas about the things you might want to bring when you move-in.

Paying for accommodation

Your payment plan

Contracts are for 42 weeks from September 2019 to July 2020 and include the Christmas and Easter vacations. 

You pay the University direct for your accommodation in full or in instalments:

  • 18 weeks due September, 12 weeks due January and 12 weeks due April (in-line with payments of grants and loans from the Student Loan Company)
  • A parent, guardian or other can pay on your behalf via standing order of eight payments, the first due in September then on the 1st of each month from November to May.

Rates include heating, lighting, wifi access and personal contents insurance.

For first year residents, buying a Dining-in-Card at £820 is obligatory to cover one meal per day Monday to Friday on campus (in the shop, canteen or Sport Centre café). This means you’ll keep eating even if you’re spent all your money elsewhere. This cost is added to your accommodation and invoiced so payments form part of the payment plan.


Ready to go?

Apply for Accommodation

New students holding a firm offer with Marjon can apply now for accommodation and your accommodation will be allocated once your offer becomes unconditional.

Students studying at Marjon for the first time on our Plymouth campus are guaranteed either a room on campus or in off-site University approved accommodation. .