Jun 28TH

Why Not Stay With Us?

If you’re thinking of studying with us, but concerned that our campus is too far from home, or you are just simply ready to move out, there is the opportunity to come and stay with us! We have accommodation available for students on both a half board, and self-catered basis.

 

Abigail, is a 2nd year student in Animal Welfare and Management and has been living at our main site residences for the past two years.

 

She said “I absolutely love living on campus. It’s so sociable which I think is great. Wherever you are, you’re surrounded by your friends which makes the whole environment so supportive. You also get to be close to class, which makes campus living very convenient!”

 

Originally from Doncaster, Abigail decided to study at Moulton because the college offered better opportunities than those in her local area. She was keen to move out, and gain her independence.

 

“Living on site has been the best decision i’ve made. There’s always something going on, which you can get involved with if you want to. Life isn’t just centred around the course, which has helped me to make new friends outside of my studies, and develop my confidence. 

 

She added: “The accommodation provides everything you need, the bedrooms are spacious, there’s good Wi-Fi, parking and laundry facilities on site. Residents get to use the canteen during breakfast and dinner too. The food is really nice, and well needed for a full day of studying!”.

 

One thing which is hugely important to the college, is student safety - a topic we take very seriously. A security and warden team are available 24/7 should our students need some additional support.

 

Abi said: “All of the residents get on so well with the wardens, they’re like family to us. We’re lucky to have them around, they really look after us. It’s nice to know we have someone to turn to at any hour of the day”

 

For further information about our accommodation, click here.

Alternatively, you can drop our student services an email on student.services@moulton.ac.uk