UCL Accommodation


Current residents

Information for students already living in UCL Accommodation, from fees and payments schedule and student well-being to catering options and complaints.

At UCL, we want you to feel at home. As a resident in UCL Accommodation, you can join weekly activities and events organised in your hall, as part of our residential life programme, Flourish. We also have Student Residence Advisers (SRAs), who are there to provide pastoral support, signpost residents to UCL support services, and help students settle into university life.   

While living in UCL halls, residents are expected to: 

  • Treat their fellow residents and accommodation staff with respect 
  • Clean up after themselves and remove litter in communal areas 
  • Keep noise to a minimum between 11pm and 8am 

UCL is committed to the wellbeing and safety of our students. There are many sources of support for students from Student Support and Wellbeing (SSW).  

If you have concerns about a student's wellbeing or safety, please complete the Student of Concern form to notify SSW. Please provide as much information as you can in the form. If the student is seriously unwell, or you believe they are in immediate danger of hurting themselves or others, phone 999 or take them to the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department in the nearest hospital.  

All UCL students can report bullying, harassment, and sexual misconduct. Students can report anonymously, or with their contact details. 

New residents

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The first few days can feel a little overwhelming, but we're here to help you get off to a stress-free start.

About your hall

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Get your hall's contact information, view the information in the Home Booklet, find out about your SRAs, and more.

A-Z of Living in Halls

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Find out everything you need to know about living in UCL Accommodation in our handy A-Z of living in halls.


UCL Flourish

Offering a variety of activities, workshops and social occasions to help you make the most out of your time in halls.

Students with additional requirements

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UCL Accommodation welcomes and supports applications from students with additional requirements. 

Feedback & complaints

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If you wish to make a complaint about any aspect of our services, please use this information to direct your enquiry.

Need to pay your fees? 

Find out more about UCL Accommodation fees, how to pay and other guidance.

Discover more UCL services

UCL offers students a wide range of support and services, discover more! 

Moving out? 

Find out all about moving out, from handing back key fobs to avoiding cleaning charges.

Need accommodation for next year?

Find out what you need to do to secure accommodation for your next years at UCL.