Eat at a range of restaurants and cafes on our Whiteknights and London Road campuses.
Returning to halls?
If you are a current student looking to stay in halls of residence for your second or third year, find out more information about the process of applying.
Families, couples and mature students
The University has a range of accommodation which is suitable for mature students, couples and families. From houses with converted rooms and self-contained flats to purpose-built studio rooms located within the halls.
There is a huge variety of private rented accommodation in Reading. We can help you find the accommodation that's best for you.
At Reading, we offer a wide range of catered and self-catered accommodation for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, providing you with a home away from home in a supported community.
The University of Reading has two housing providers: University Partnerships Programme (UPP) and Unite Students. Unite Students owns and manages Kendrick Hall, located next to the London Road campus. UPP manages the remainder of the halls on, or next to, the Whiteknights Campus.
Find out more about the application process and how you should apply.
COVID-19: keeping our community healthy
Need a room?
If you still need accommodation for this term, don't worry – there are several rooms available in student halls of residence. To find a new room, get in touch with us or apply below.
For more information about your accommodation, visit our dedicated website for current students.
Information for parents and supporters
Useful information for supporters about costs, safety and other issues surrounding accommodation.