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Our halls are located close to campus facilities, with easy access to Kingston town centre and central London. To help you find something to suit your taste and budget, there are 2,000+ rooms to choose from. Now, explore our halls in more detail to find your perfect home away from home.
*When searching for your room, please check as quiet rooms and same-sex rooms may be available.
Take a look at the wide variety of rooms you can choose from to find the one that's right for you.
We have several halls of residence around Kingston. Use the subject list below to see which hall is closest to the campus where your course is taught.
I would definitely recommend staying in halls when you first join university because you'll make so many new friends and make crazy fun memories together. Living in university halls was the best months of my life.
Zarnab Nazir (Walkden, Kingston Hill)
I lived in halls in my first year and it is one of the most memorable times of my university experience. That's when it really started to feel like I was at uni – sharing a flat with five other people, making my room feel like my own space, it was fantastic!
Liam Alexander (Seething Wells)
Moving away from home and starting university is super exciting but it can be a little daunting for some students. Our Residential Life team is on hand to make your transition into university life smooth and fun.
Whether you have questions about your accommodation in halls, your academics, your safety or your personal life, we are here to support you and point you in the right direction.
The Res Life team organises lots of activities to help you get the most of your time in halls, including halls' sports competitions, volunteering, workshops, charity fundraising events and socials. We also promote numerous initiatives to help you immerse yourself in your new student community and support your wellbeing whilst living in halls.
We can't wait to meet you!
Halls at Kingston University are located close to campus. Many of our students walk to lectures and study facilities from their room.
If you have a car, permits for car parking are available at most of our hall sites (there is no parking available at Seething Wells and 75 Penrhyn Road). There are also secure cycle racks and / or sheds if you want to bring a bike.
Our halls are linked to the main University campuses by a free intersite bus service that also serves Kingston town centre and Surbiton station.
The University employs three facilities management companies to run our halls of residence.