When it comes to leaving halls, it may be that you don't want to live with the same people, and that's totally fine! Be reassured that every year we have large numbers of students who don't have an immediate group that they want to move in with, and so we provide opportunities for you to meet others and see if there's a fit that works for you. See below more information about the support available.
Liverpool Student Homes
LSH is a University-funded service for students in private accommodation, providing free housing advice to all students. LSH organises events which are the perfect opportunity to meet new people. We will post the dates for these on the Halls Facebook Groups when they are announced. You can also find out more about the services they offer by visiting the LSH website here.
Stay in Halls
If you want to stay in halls you have two options, the first is to apply for a room in Dover Court where second and third years live. You can find out more about Dover Court here. You can also apply to become a Residential Adviser. Residential Advisers (RA) live amongst students in all 7 of our Halls of Residences. The RAs role is to provide support, guidance and out of hours contact for our residents, as well as help to run our exciting social programme. For providing this service RAs receive reduced accommodation. Click here to learn more about becoming an RA
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