Norwood House student accommodation
Norwood House is self-catered accommodation for undergraduate students in the centre of campus.
About this accommodation
Norwood House is a multi-storey complex of flats for 143 first year undergraduate students in flats of seven to 11.
It is in the centre of our Claverton Down campus, a one-minute walk to the Library. The Students' Union, a range of eateries and a bar are beneath Norwood House.
Norwood House has:
- secure swipe card access to buildings and flats
- secure bike storage
The bedrooms in Norwood House give you personal space to work and relax.
Each room has:
- single bed with reading light
- desk, chair and drawers
- wash basin
- high-speed Wi-Fi and ethernet
Kitchens and dining
Each flat has a large bright communal kitchen with:
- electric hob
- microwave oven
- cupboard storage space
- table and chairs
- recycling facilities
There is a large communal lounge for all residents on the fourth floor. It has:
- large TV with Freeview
- soft seating
- coffee tables
- vending machines
Accommodation for students with disabilities
There is no accessible accommodation for students with disabilities in Norwood House.
If you have a disability or additional needs, you can choose to live in one of the specially adapted bedrooms in our on-campus accommodation.
Included in the accommodation package
There are some items and services that come as part of the price of your accommodation.
As part of your accommodation agreement we clean:
- communal areas such as kitchens and social spaces weekly
- en-suite bathrooms every six weeks
Extra cleaning services
You can buy extra services for your bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.
The University postal service delivers your mail to shared, passcode-protected mailboxes. These are allocated by kitchen group and you get your mailbox passcode when you move in.
You get insurance cover for your belongings as part of your accommodation package.
See our prices for undergraduate student accommodation.
Read a blog post about living in Norwood House by Laura, a first year psychology student.