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When our students tell us why they love Leeds Trinity University, certain words come up again and again:

Friendly. Community. Supportive. Caring. Family.

You belong to something special when you study at Leeds Trinity, and living in halls is a big part of this.

It's at the heart of many students' university experience, where you'll make friends and memories that last a lifetime.

Five big reasons to love living in halls at Leeds Trinity

All our accommodation is on campus

Our campus has everything you need for university life all on one site, including all our halls. You can roll out of bed, grab breakfast and head to your lectures within minutes.

We own all our accommodation

Unlike many other universities, we own all our accommodation. This means you'll always be dealing directly with us, not a third party.

Options to suit all budgets

Can't live without an en-suite bathroom? Or would you rather share a bathroom and have a little more cash in your pocket?

We've made living on campus as inclusive as possible, with options to suit a range of budgets.

Fast free Wi-Fi

Connect up to five devices at once with seamless connection to your University folders.

A supportive environment

Outstanding support is part of the package when you choose Leeds Trinity, and living in halls is no exception.

All our halls have resident mentors – these are current students who live in halls to make sure that you settle in, feel supported and have the best time.

Clearing accommodation

In preparing for the new Academic Year in September we are prioritising the health and safety of students, and - like many universities who own their own on-campus accommodation - we have now had to take the difficult decision to restrict the number of rooms made available on campus in response to COVID-19 guidelines. Unfortunately, this means that our on-campus accommodation is currently at capacity for 2020 entry.

While we are unable to offer you a place in our Halls of Residence at this moment in time, we do have a waiting list for students who would like to express an interest in living on campus this September.

To join the waiting list, please email accommodation@leedstrinity.ac.uk with your name, email address, phone number, and which hall you would like to live in. We will then contact you if anything becomes available.

You may prefer to look at privately rented accommodation options in the local area. We advise you to visit the Unipol Leeds website where you can find approved and reliable landlords and letting agents.

Our accommodation

The exterior of All Saints Halls accommodation. En-suite, self-catered

All Saints Court

All Saints Court is one of our top-of-the-range accommodation options with fully equipped kitchens, communal dining areas and en-suite bedrooms.


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The exterior of Fountains Court accommodation. En-suite, self-catered

Fountains Court

Fountains Court has 228 en-suite bedrooms in six- to nine-room fully equipped flats. There is a large common area with two big screens and pool table.


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The exterior of Trinity Close accommodation. En-suite, self catered

Trinity Close

Trinity Close is set in a peaceful location just minutes from the heart of campus and has self-catered flats with ​six en-suite bedrooms in each.


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The exterior of Kirkstall Halls accommodation. En-suite, part-catered

Kirkstall Hall

Kirkstall Hall is a part-catered hall with 84 en-suite rooms and communal kitchens. Students get £30 credit each week to use in campus food outlets.


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The exterior of Norwich Halls accommodation. Part-catered

Norwich Hall

Norwich Hall has 51 bedrooms with shared bathroom and shower room facilities. Students get £30 credit each week to use in campus food outlets.


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The exterior of St Albans Halls accommodation. Part-catered

St Albans Hall

St Albans Hall has 51 bedrooms with shared bathroom and shower room facilities. Students get £30 credit each week to use in campus food outlets.


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The exterior of Ripon Halls accommodation. Self-catered

Ripon Hall

Ripon Hall is a budget-friendly self-catered option with 44 bedrooms, each sharing communal kitchens, bathrooms and shower rooms with other residents.


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The exterior of Whitby Halls accommodation. Self-catered

Whitby Hall

Whitby Hall is a budget-friendly self-catered option with 44 bedrooms, each sharing kitchens, bathrooms and shower rooms with other residents.


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Resident Mentors

Moving away from home for the first time can be exciting, but also a little daunting. To help you feel settled and supported, all our halls of residence have Resident Mentors.

They are experienced and trained students whowork hard to make sure you settle into your new home and are on-hand to answer your questions.

They also organise social activities throughput the year and help maintain the amazing sense of community that Leeds Trinity is renowned for.

Returning students

Living on campus isn't just for new students – all students are welcome to live on campus during their time with us.

There is more information on the myLTU app.

All prices shown are for the 2020/21 academic year. For 2019/20 prices, contact accommodation@leedstrinity.ac.uk.


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