London Housing and Student Life

London Undergraduate Housing

Students are generally housed on campus in Reid Hall.  Housing 220 students, Reid Hall is the stately north wing of Regent's University London looking out over the lake and park that surround the campus. When full, students will be placed in off-campus flats nearby Regent's University London. Rooms are available as singles, doubles or triples. Single sex communal bathrooms are located on each floor.

Accommodations are fully furnished with a bed, nightstand, lamp, a desk, and wardrobe. Linen (duvet, sheet, and pillow) is provided for study abroad students and fresh bed linen is provided every two weeks. Reid Hall does not provide TVs, radios, alarm clocks, towels or hair dryers.

The level of security at the Halls of Residence offers peace of mind to students and parents. A college representative is on duty at the front desk 24 hours a day. You will have swipe card to access the building and a key for your room. The RAs are current Regent's University London students.

For more information and photos, please visit the Regent's University London website.

Study Area    Regent's University LondonStudy Area
Reid Hall                                                Regent's University London in Winter          In-Room Study Area

Regent's Single Room  Regent's Double Room  Study AreaSingle Room                                          Double Room                                            Triple Room


London Refrectory  Regent's Library  Regent's Basketball Court
Refectory at Regent's                              Regent's Library                                       Basketball court at Regent's
                                                                        

         

London Graduate Housing

Regent’s University London manages a range of accommodations close to campus, in either local apartments or residence halls that offer easy access to the University. Graduate students can apply for University-managed accommodation either on or off campus or students can secure their own private accommodations. Graduate students are welcome to apply for on campus housing with undergraduate students, however residence hall space is subject to availability.

After acceptance, students can apply for housing by contacting James Barnes, Housing Officer with Regent’s University London at: Barnesj@regents.ac.uk

For more details, please visit: http://www.regents.ac.uk/study/accommodation/university-managed-accommodation.aspx