Living in residences is a University experience not to be missed, especially if this is your first time living away from home. The Accommodation Office acts as your landlord, we have a responsibility to ensure the terms and conditions of your licence are upheld and that the buildings are safe and secure. If you have any problems living in residences, we are here to listen, and to try to make things right.
The Accommodation Office works as part of an integrated network of UEA student services to ensure that you have an excellent experience of living in residences. We have included in these pages some essential information about how residences work. You will also find a Student Accommodation Survival Guide in your room when you arrive with further details.
All of our accommodation blocks are self-catered and all, with the exception of Mary Chapman Court (which is in the in the City Centre), are on campus.