Regent's
accommodation

Regent's University London provides a variety of on and off-campus accommodation options. 

On campus

Our halls of residence are set in the beautiful, leafy grounds of our Regent's Park campus, looking out over the gardens, lake and surrounding park. Living in halls allows you to relax and socialise on campus while being only a short walk away from the vibrant shops and nightlife of the West End.

Reid Hall

Reid Hall is the main campus dormitory. A twin room is about 130 square feet. It has two beds, two desks, two wardrobes and two chairs. There are no bath room facilities in the rooms. A single is proportionately smaller, a triple bigger. All bathrooms are communal (about six people per shower). There is a pantry (kettle, sink and microwave) on each floor. Eight rooms have wheelchair access and are located on a corridor which has a disabled bathroom. There is a launderette on the first floor that uses tokens. These are available to buy from the reception. Any student requiring assistance in using the launderette can make arrangements with Reid reception. The hall reception is staffed 24 hours a day, and has three resident assistants living in. The hall has wireless internet access.

Any student with any specific disability-related requirements is encouraged to contact accommodation@regents.ac.uk or phone: +44 (0)20 748 77483 for a confidential discussion regarding their needs.


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Hall fees

Reid Hall 2018/19

 

Bed Space

Price 

In a Single Room    

£405 a week, food* included

In a Twin Room

£330 a week, food* included

In a Triple Room

 £310 a week, food* included

Oliver Flats

The Oliver flats are rooms that are on campus but are not in the dormitory. They have their own private bathrooms and share basic kitchen facilities.

Hall fees

Room

Price 

Single       

£450 a week, food* included

Twin 

£405 a week, per person food* included

Meal credit

Students living in University-managed housing on campus receive meal credit on their ID card as part of their housing fees. The card contains a set amount of credit (total figure of £85 per week) and works on the declining debit system which you can use to purchase any item of food or drink from the refectory or cafe. This amount does NOT guarantee you 3 meals a day, 7 days a week. If your credit runs out you can top up your balance or use cash. Unspent food money will NOT carry over to the next term.

If at any time you need assistance please do not hesitate to contact accommodation@regents.ac.uk or phone: +44 (0)20 748 77483.  

How to apply for housing 

To apply for University housing complete the online application form

To apply for Urbanest accommodation click here 

Please note that bookings are made for the official school term dates. These may not coincide exactly with your exam dates: you do not receive any refund if you leave the housing early.

Under 18 Policy 

If you are under 18 years of age when you move into the dormitory your application form must have been completed and signed by a parent or guardian. They must provide their contact details and understand that the University does not stand in loco parentis to their child/charge.

Campus security

The security of students is of paramount importance to Regent's University London. The University has 24-hour security on campus to offer peace of mind to both students and parents. The on-campus housing also has its own 24-hour reception.

Contact us 

The Housing Office,
Regents University,
Inner Circle,
Regents Park,
London
NW1 4NS

Phone: +44 (0)20 748 77483
Email: accommodation@regents.ac.uk

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