Cost of living: If you’re struggling to pay our accommodation deposit, please contact our accommodation team for help
Our entire University is situated on one campus. Whichever of our seven halls of residence you choose as your home, or if you opt for a house in the student village, you’ll be living at the heart of the campus.
It's a great way to make new friends and with no commute you’ll be able to maximise quality time for studying, socialising and sport.
Applications for accommodation for 2024 will be open from 1 January 2024 for first-year undergraduate and postgraduate students coming to Marjon. You can apply for accommodation but your application will only be considered once you have received an offer on a course (conditional or unconditional) and have accepted this.
When you are offered accommodation you will receive a contract and payment plan which need to be signed and returned to the Accommodation Team. You will also be required to pay a £250 deposit (which is returned at the end of the tenancy, as long as all is in good order). The deposit needs to be paid prior to arrival, but you can make part payments between now and September via the e-pay student portal”.
If you are struggling to pay our accommodation deposit due to the cost of living, please contact the Accommodation Team for help.
Contracts are for 42 weeks from September to July and include the Christmas and Easter vacations.
You pay the University direct for your accommodation in full or in installments:
Rates include heating, lighting, wifi access and personal contents insurance.
Many postgraduate students go on placement so we offer a longer contract (the duration of most postgraduate courses) with a break clause. So, if you do find your placement is more than 30 miles away from campus or your home address or more than a 30-minute commute you can break your tenancy for the duration of the placement and not pay for this time.
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 Sports Centre café). This means you’ll keep eating even if you’ve spent all your money elsewhere. This is split into 2 payments of £410 due in September and January.
We offer a safe environment with pastoral support, 24/7 security and we fully comply with the UUK Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing, which is designed to give students a safe and good quality place to live.