There's a lot to think about as you prepare for student life and where to live is one of the biggest decisions to make. Leeds Trinity University will support you through the process and help you choose the right accommodation for you.
We are currently in the process of building new accommodation on campus, ready for September 2016. The development will provide an additional 228 bed spaces for students in 29 cluster flats, plus a communal space.
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A room in one of our halls of residence will provide you with a base in a friendly and supportive environment. We have over 600 bedrooms on campus ranging from self-catered en-suite rooms in a shared flat to part-catered accommodation with shared bathrooms. Our committed student Resident Mentors will help you settle in and provide support with any informal pastoral needs.
Our range of accommodation means there is something to suit every budget.
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Shared rental accommodation is the most popular route following students' first year. But if living on campus isn't for you then privately rented accommodation is a great option for your first year too.
Although you won't be under the protection of the University, the Students' Union can support and advise you with your search. Unipol has our recommendation. They have extensive experience of accommodating students in the private sector.
You can contact the Students' Union on +44 (0) 113 283 7100 ext. 352 or email@example.com.
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Our Accommodation Office is open during office hours on weekdays and can help you with any queries on +44 (0) 113 283 7112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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