Accommodation on the Lampeter Campus
All University of Wales Trinity Saint David accommodation at Lampeter is located on the main campus.
We are able to accommodate first, second, third and postgraduate students in our self-catered accommodation.
- Our University residences offer you a sense of community that creates that perfect home away from home.
- Lampeter has excellent sports and leisure facilities located on-site.
- We accommodate students in en-suite single occupancy rooms or single rooms with shared bathroom facilities. The choice is yours.
- The positive experience that you will receive whilst living in our residences will stand you in good stead for your future, with friendships and memories that will remain with you for life.
Arrangements can be made where possible to accommodate individual requests from students which are disability related.
If you have special requirements please discuss these with the one of the University Disability Advisers. They will be able to discuss any support requirements you may have.
Matt Cowley, Postgraduate Medieval Studies
"Having lived both on and off campus, I can honestly say that I have personally preferred living on campus. Not having to worry about bills, and having support available. I highly recommend living on campus, which at Lampeter; you can do for the entirety of your studies rather than only in your first year".
International Student 2020
"You and all the members from the UWTSD have shown the warmth to me during this special period of time. What you have done really means a lot to me who stay far far away from the home"
Lampeter Campus contains 174 single occupancy self-catered ensuite rooms and 80 single occupancy shared facility rooms.
The following arrangements are available to new students:
- En-suite Self-Catering - Flats of 4/7 single rooms, each room with its own shower, toilet and hand basin with a shared lounge/kitchen.
- Shared facility Self-catering – Flats of 4/7 single rooms, each room having its own washbasin with shared toilet and shower. Shared lounge and kitchen.
- Welsh speaking students can request to be located in a flat / area with other Welsh speakers.
- Please ensure that you mark clearly in the notes section of your application form.
- The licence period is for 38 weeks running from 11 September 2021 to 4 June 2022/
- Rooms do not need to be vacated during Christmas and Easter vacations.
You may apply for accommodation provided you have a 'Conditional' or 'Unconditional' offer from the University.
If the University is your second choice, applications should not be made until after exam results in August.
If you would like to apply for accommodation, please complete the application form.
We now providing some Lampeter Flexible Contracts to align with your studies, and for you to be able to stay with us when you need to. See below for a breakdown of those flexible agreements. If you would like to take up a flexible agreement or have any queries, please contact the Accommodation Team.
Whether you live in close proximity to the University or are coming from further afield, the University halls of residence are an option for you.
Rooms are allocated on a first come - first served basis to students seeking accommodation for a full academic year. Medical conditions that are disclosed to the Accommodation Department will be taken into account.
Any other requirements will be considered after the initial allocation process has been completed.
A student will be able to apply for a place in University halls provided they hold a Conditional or Unconditional Offer from the University. If the University is your second choice, applications should not be made until after exam results in August.
If students have any queries regarding the above, please contact the Accommodation Team.
Students who accept an offer of accommodation in the University's Halls of Residence must abide by the terms and conditions.
Students are reminded to refer to terms and conditions throughout the contract period.
Any queries regarding the Regulations for Students in Halls of Residence should be directed to the Accommodation Manager.
- If the Resident is unhappy with a decision made by the University or the steps taken by the University in respect of the Agreement and/or if the Resident considers that the University has breached its obligations under this Agreement, in the first instance, any complaint should be referred to the Accommodation Department to investigate.
- If your complaint is still not resolved, it is possible to report this via the “Procedures for Academic Appeals, Complaints and Other Student Cases procedure, " which can be found in the Academic Quality Handbook, where you will need to complete the GA5 Formal Complaint Form.
- Formal complaints must be received no more than 1 month after the informal procedure has ended (where appropriate) and no more than 6 months after the main issue complained about occurring. Formal complaints received after these deadlines will be deemed to be out of time. They may not be considered unless there is independent evidence to show compelling reasons why the formal complaint was not raised in a timely manner.
Confirm your FREE contents insurance
Your contents. Covered.
By partnering with Endsleigh, the No.1 student insurance provider, we’ve arranged free contents insurance for all our students staying with us. Your policy number is HH1234
It is important all students confirm their cover to ensure you understand what is and isn’t covered. Plus you’ll also be entered into a prize draw, courtesy of Endsleigh!
Visit confirm your cover to see:
- What is and what isn’t covered
- Key exclusions - where cover isn’t provided
- Policy excess – the amount you pay when you make a claim
- How to make a claim
- Personalise cover
We understand students have a limited budget so Endsleigh have launched brand new, unique student insurance options. They have been designed to cover the risks that you may encounter whilst living in student accommodation and away from home.
Once you have secured your room in halls you may then want to start thinking about what to bring with you onto campus.
UniKitOut are an online store that can provide HUGE discounts on many of the following items:
- Bedding Packs
- Kitchen Packs
- Bathroom and Towel Packs
- Student Combo Packs
- Accessories and much more!
All items once purchased can also be delivered directly to your room on campus so they are waiting for you when you arrive.
What is provided for me in my room?
All rooms in halls of residence come fully furnished, the fixtures and fittings include a bed with mattress, desk and chair, hand wash basin, mirror, wardrobe, shelving, and bedside cabinet. - You will be required to complete a room inventory upon your arrival.
Do I need a TV licence?
Information is available from TV Licensing
Does my room have an internet connection?
Every bedroom in halls of residence will have access to a free wireless internet connection.
Do I need to arrange insurance for my belongings?
Student possessions insurance has been provided through Endsleigh for every student who is living at our student residences. This covers a range of belongings inside your room, including laptops, sports and electrical equipment, clothes and frozen food. This has been arranged by the University at no extra cost to the student. If you wish to check what is covered under the policy then please take a look at the insurance certificate in the Endsleigh Insurance section above.
What do I need to bring with me?
Students are required to bring their own bedding, towels, coat hangers, cooking utensils (including cutlery and crockery), cleaning and washing products, dishcloths, tea towels, food etc. A list of recommended items to bring with you will be sent to you by email prior to your arrival on the campus
Is there a bus service?
Bus timetables will be provided to students on arrival into halls of residence.
Are there items I shouldn’t bring with me?
Items which are not permitted include: candles, incense sticks, fairy lights, chip fryers, pets including goldfish, large items of furniture or equipment are not allowed in Halls of Residence for Health and Safety and Fire Safety reasons.
Can I bring my car?
Residential students must register their cars on or before Registration Day. Any car parking fees due must be paid prior to or on the day of registration. Please refer to the Guide to Residential Living for further details on parking arrangements.
The University reserves the right to not provide parking facilities for residential students or to provide off-campus facilities for parking for residential students. Residential student parking zones may be allocated according to the year of study, location of accommodation or any other reason defined by the University. Residential student parking areas are defined within the Guide for Residential Living.
The University reserves the right to withdraw car parking facilities from students who are in continual breach of car parking regulations.
What laundry facilities are available?
Card operated washing machines and dryers are present and are located between John Richards Hall and Edwin Morris Hall, also there is another laundry room behind the Old Building.
Who is responsible for cleaning?
All students living in halls of residence are responsible for keeping the accommodation clean and tidy. A team of cleaners (both male and female) will enter the building every working day between 8.00am and 3.00pm to top up cleaning in the bathroom, kitchens and corridors. Note, they do not wash dishes. Students are expected to clean their own study bedroom.
Where do I collect my mail?
Parcels and recorded letters can be collected from the security staff, which is situated in the Old Building Reception. Letters are placed in the pigeon holes in the Students Union.
Can I stay on Campus during the holidays?
Your license agreement covers the use of your room for 38 weeks, which includes the Christmas and Easter holidays.
Contact the Accommodation Team if you need more information.
The University follows current Welsh Government Guidelines in relation to COVID for keeping Wales Safe:-
- Get both jabs and your booster
- Outdoors is safer than indoors
- If you have symptoms, stay at home and avoid contact with other people
- Wear a mask in healthcare settings and crowded indoor places.
For further advice and assistance please check the tile on the or the Welsh Government Website.