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Two Myerscough College students in halls of residence student accommodation at the Preston Campus
Two Myerscough College students in halls of residence student accommodation at the Preston Campus

Living on campus...


Myerscough has accommodation available for all Further Education and Higher Education Students aged 16 and over. With over 500 rooms, we have a wide range of accommodation options for you to choose from.

Why live in?

Living on site has lots of benefits:

  • Meeting new people and making friends
  • No travel time
  • Free gym membership
  • A wide variety of catering outlets
  • Access to the college library
  • On site student bar
  • Full calendar of enrichment and social events
  • Dedicated social spaces
  • Free car parking for residential students
  • Free WiFi

Download a copy of our brochure which gives all the information you need about living in halls.

Important Documents

Our friendly Residential Support Officers are on duty 24/7 and are here to support students and ensure student safety, welfare and wellbeing. They are here to help you enjoy your time here as well as overseeing health and safety and behaviour in the halls.

Please have a look in our Living in halls booklet (link) for further information on staying at Myerscough.

We have adapted rooms for students with additional requirements, please e-mail reshelp@myerscough.ac.uk for further information on these. 

Accommodation views are avaliable at open mornings and private viewings can be booked by e-mailing reshelp@myerscough.ac.uk 

View our 2022/23 prices below

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Accommodation for Further Education Students who are under 18

We have a number of different options of accommodation for students who are under 18. All accommodation for students who are under 18 includes either 5 or 7 day catering. Students in these halls have access to a common room that contains a microwave, kettle and toaster.

Accommodation Type

Price with 5 day catering

Price with 7 day catering

Twin room with a shared bathroom



Single room with a shared bathroom



En-suite room




Accommodation Prices for Higher Education students aged 18 and over:

Accommodation Type

Further Education Price with 5 day catering

Further Education Price with 7 day catering

Self catering

Single room with a shared bathroom




En-suite room










Further education students who are 18 and over can also apply for self catering:

Accommodation Type

Self catering



Higher Education Vet Nursing (16 week contract)

Accommodation Type

Price with 5 day catering

Price with 7 day catering

Self catering

Single room with a shared bathroom





Payment schedule:

A £200 advance payment of rent will need to be made at the time of booking. This will be taken off your accommodation bill once term has started.

First payment for accommodation is due prior to the collection of your room keys. The accommodation can be paid for in full or in an instalment plan. Once rooms have been allocated, finance will send out information regarding payment methods and instalment plans.

If you wish to find out further information regarding payment methods or instalment plans, please contact the finance office on 01995 642138.

Financial Support:

Financial support is available for students who have a low household income through the Myerscough College Bursary Fund. Details can be found here for Further Education students or here for Higher Education student.

Applications for bursaries can be made on a student’s My Page. The application form and details of the eligibility criteria can be found under the bursary’s tab.

For further information on bursaries, please contact finance on Bursary@myerscough.ac.uk

How to apply?

Application Process

Step 1: You need to visit My Student Portal (student login). To sign in, you will need to use the Username and Password found on your offer letter or email.

Step 2: Select the Details section and complete your personal details. The application system will not let you select a room until this is completed.

Step 3: Once you have completed the Details section, you should be able to select the Room tab at the top of the page. If the tab does not display any accommodation options, please contact Residential Services on 01995 642324 or e-mail reshelp@myerscough.ac.uk, so that we can look into the issue for you.

Step 4: Once you have clicked on the room option of your choice, please complete the onscreen steps as appropriate.

Step 5: The system will ask you to print off and return an Halls Reservation Form and pay a £200 advanced rent payment.  This advance rent payment will be taken off your accommodation fee, after the start of term.


After applying

Rooms will be allocated as soon as possible after the application process has been completed. Unfortunately, we are unable to allocate rooms to students who have not returned their Halls Reservation form and/or have not paid their advance rent payment.

At times when the accommodation is in high demand, we will give priority to students who live more than 15 miles away. Please see our allocation statement for further information on our allocation criteria (link)

Once a room has been allocated for you; you will be sent an e-mail to confirm this. Further e-mails will be sent to confirm the arrangements for moving into accommodation.

Please refer to the following documents for further information on living in halls: Residential contract, Living in halls booklet, Statement of principal and practise. (Link)

Need help or assistance?

Please contact the Hall’s Team: E-mail: reshelp@myerscough.ac.uk Phone: 01995 642324

Students walking through the Preston Centre