Economy standard

Living on campus in Ribble Hall means you’re only a few minutes from your room to your lecture.

Price£85Per person per week
Tenancy42 weeksExceptions may apply

Highlighted features

  • Access to UCLan social spaces
  • Cycle storage

Included in all our halls

  • Wi-Fi / Ethernet ports
  • Courtyard / garden
  • 24/7 security
  • Launderette
  • Residential team on-site

Bills included

  • Council Tax
  • Water
  • Gas / electric
  • Wi-Fi
  • 15 flats

  • 5 - 6 people

    A single flat will have up to 6 students
  • Apply today

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Hear from our students

What mostly stood out to me was the location of Ribble Hall. Due to the location, my classes were either a two minute or ten-minute walk away and the town centre was only twenty minutes away.
Students enjoying campus in summer. Walking, talking in groups, in front of halls and EIC building
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Ribble Hall is just 5-10 minutes walk away from our campus Library, our brand-new Student Centre, and University Square. A walk into the city centre will take around 15 minutes.

It is one of our larger halls and has 35 flats in total. This includes 15 economy standard flats. Each flat has five or six students each. It is on the north-east of campus in the Purple Zone. 

What's in our flats?

The economy standard rooms are excellent value for money. Each flat has a communal kitchen and two shared bathrooms.

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Ribble bedroom
Ribble bedroom

Further advice and guidance

How to apply for accommodation

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FAQs about accommodation

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Welcome and arrival information

We look forward to welcoming our new and returning students to the University of Central Lancashire.