If you are moving in on Sunday 15 September you need to arrive at the College where your accommodation is based (excluding Mount Clare and Chadwick).
Below you'll find a list of all the accommodation and the college in which it is located. For full addresses, click here.
Digby Stuart College
- Bede House
- Elm Grove Hall
- Lee House
- Newman House
- Aspen House
- Chadwick Hall
- Linden House
- Willow House
- Garden Court
- New Court
- Old Court
- Mount Clare
- Aldersgate and Epworth Court
- Wesley Hall
- Shaw House (part of Digby Stuart, but pick access cards from Southlands)
- Beverley and Cheltenham
- Durham and Gilesgate
- Kings and Melrose
- Sutherland and Walpole
Move in date: Sunday 15 September 2019
Move in time: 10am – 5pm for new students and 2-5pm for continuing students. We expect you to arrive before 5pm. If you are a Mount Clare continuing student, the move in time is 10am - 5pm. If you are delayed for any reason, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we may advise you on what to do and ensure someone will be there to meet you.
Staff will be available in the Welcome Centre based in Elm Grove Welcome Centre on Digby Stuart College for students who arrive between 5pm – 10pm. If you arrive after this time please visit Campus Services on Digby Stuart College. Full address details are available below.
Where do I collect my key?
- Go directly to the College where your accommodation is based (more information below)
- There will be limited parking available on move-in day so please follow any instructions given by University staff. We have parking arranged in Queen Mary's Hospital opposite the University, so you may have to unload your car and then park as directed.
- Please have a copy of your acceptance email showing your room allocation available to show staff on arrival. If you don’t have this email you will need to show some form of ID confirming your name.
- Refreshments will be available on campus for purchase.
Digby and Southlands College students should report to the main entrance of the University to be directed to their key collection point. The address is Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PU.
Froebel College students (excluding Mount Clare and Chadwick Hall) should go the Froebel College entrance on Roehampton Lane, opposite Queen Mary's Hospital. The address is Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PJ.
Mount Clare students should go directly to Mount Clare, Minstead Gardens, London SW15 4EE.
Chadwick Hall students should go to Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton Ln, London SW15 5PN .
Whitelands College students should go directly to Whitelands College, Holybourne Avenue, Roehampton, London SW15 4JD.
Move in date: Wednesday 11 September 2019
International students can book an airport pick-up on this day from Heathrow Airport.
Move in time: 8am – 10pm
Where do I go when I arrive? Library, Digby Stuart College, University of Roehampton, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PU
Provided in each bedroom
Bed, mattress and mattress cover
Sink if room is standard
Provided in each kitchen
Iron and ironing board
Mop and bucket
The University of Roehampton has arranged some contents insurance for you with Endsleigh, the number one student insurance provider. It is important for you to check this cover so you understand what is included. You can top-up the insurance to make sure it meets your needs. Input our policy number HH1170 at www.endsleigh.co.uk/reviewcover to check your policy details.
When you accepted your accommodation offer you will have paid your deposit and set up your payment plan for your fees.
Many students will be waiting for their student loan to pay their accommodation fees.
The first instalment for accommodation fees will be taken from the card you have set up for payment on the 1 October 2019.
We will use the card details you provided when you accepted your accommodation. If you wish to change the card just call Accommodation Finance on 020 8392 3110. Alternatively, you can find us in the Elm Grove Welcome Centre.
This is compulsory safety testing on all portable electrical appliances which you bring into your room. In the weeks after you have moved in, engineers will be coming to your room to test your electrical appliances. Please note the engineer may enter your room when you are not in to carry out these tests.
There will be limited parking available on move-in day so please follow any instructions given by University staff. Parking for students during week days is only available for students with mobility limitations. You can park on campus at weekends.
We're proud of being a green University and have loads of bike racks across campus. If you are planning to bring your bike to University with you, it must not be brought into accommodation. Please bring a robust lock to secure it on a bicycle rack on campus.
In order to ensure you receive your post and to avoid any delays, you need to include the four letters of your block or college, shown below, as well as your full name, room number and the name of your accommodation block, followed by the addresses.
The four letters for each accommodation area are:
- Chadwick: CHPS
- Digby: DSPS
- Elm Grove EGPS
- Froebel: FCPS
- Southlands: SCPS
- Mount Clare: MCPS
- Whitelands: WCPS
Post for accommodation in Digby Stuart, Froebel and Southlands is centralised. The address is Stuart Lodge, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PU.
The exception is Whitelands College where post should be sent to the following address:
- Whitelands: Holybourne Avenue, Roehampton, London SW15 4JD
Please check our accommodation pages for the postal address for your halls.
Here is an example of how your post should be addressed:
University of Roehampton
Room & Block
If you are living in Spring Mews, use your name, room number and then the full postal address which is Spring Mews, Tinworth Street, London, SE11 5EL.
- Be sure to read the Student Resident Handbook before you arrive.
- Bring your own duvet and pillows, bed linen, towels and kitchen utensils or buy your kitchen and bedding pack by visiting our online store. Click here to go to Roehampton's online store.
- We advise that you update your MMR vaccination before coming to Roehampton.
If you watch BBC programs on iPlayer, or watch any live TV, then you need to be covered by a TV Licence. This applies to any device you use, including a computer, laptop, mobile phone or tablet. It's the law. www.tvl.co.uk/uni
If you require the emergency services, contact them by calling 999 before alerting campus security so they can direct the emergency services to your location. In an emergency you can contact security by calling 3333 or 020 8392 3333 from an external phone.
You can contact security when it is not an emergency by calling 3140 or 020 8392 3140 from an external phone.
Accommodation Services can be contacted via email on email@example.com or by calling 020 8392 3166
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Resident students have the option to purchase a weekly room clean for their bedroom and bathroom. A weekly room clean will include dusting of all surfaces, vacuuming of carpets and the cleaning of all ensuite bathroom fittings and surfaces. Domestic Assistants will have to limit the extent of their cleaning where personal items are left on floors/surfaces. Cleaning packages do not include a bed making/changing service (please see linen package if this is required). Cleaning days will vary depending on the hall of residence.Find out more
Resident students have the option to purchase a weekly room clean for their bedroom and bathroom. A weekly room clean will include dusting of all surfaces and the vacuuming of carpets. Domestic Assistants will have to limit the extent of their cleaning where personal items are left on floors/surfaces. Please note, cleaning packages do not include a bed making/changing service (please see linen package if this is required). Cleaning days will vary depending on the hall of residence.Find out more
Resident students have the option to hire linen and have their bedlinen changed weekly. The linen provided will be a mattress cover, bed sheet, duvet, pillowcase, 2 bath towels and 1 hand towel. Every week the bed linen and towels will be removed from your bedroom and exchanged for a freshly laundered set.Find out more