There's a lot to think about as you prepare for student life and where to live is one of the most exciting decisions to make. Leeds Trinity University has a range of accommodation options on campus that are owned and managed by the University. We are here to help you choose the right accommodation for you.
In September 2016 our newest hall of residence on campus, Fountains Court
, will open which will provide an extra 228 en-suite bedrooms in a similar style to All Saints Court
. This means that with over 800 bedrooms on campus ranging from self-catered en-suite rooms in a shared flat to part-catered accommodation with shared bathrooms we can guarantee accommodation to all our first year students starting in 2016.
Living on campus
A room in one of our halls of residence on campus will provide you with a base in a friendly and supportive environment. Our Resident Mentors based in each of the halls of residence will help you settle in and provide support.
With such a range of accommodation on campus there is something to suit every budget.
Parking access on campus from September 2016
From September 2016, resident students will be unable to park their cars on campus. This is due to parking being extremely limited on campus. As part of our commitment to sustainable transport, we are encouraging all students, staff and visitors to find alternative methods of travelling to and from the campus. All students and staff can take advantage of discounted public transport fares through our Students' Union, we operate a free shuttle bus during term-time that connects the University with Horsforth Train Station and other local amenities, and we provide excellent facilities for students who wish to cycle to and from campus. Full details are available on our
. During 2016-17, we'll be investing in further sustainable transport initiatives for students and staff which we'll promote throughout the year.
Parking permits will only be issued to resident students in very exceptional circumstances, for example if you hold a Disabled Parking Badge (Blue Badge). If you think you might qualify through exceptional circumstances, please contact Andrew Bright at
. Your email application should include details of your specific circumstances, which we will assess against a needs-based system, taking into consideration personal factors including disabilities or care commitments.
We thank you for your understanding on this matter.
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
Read the house-hunting top tips
Need some advice?
Our Accommodation Office is open during office hours on weekdays and can help you with any queries on +44 (0) 113 283 7112 or
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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