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Student Living

There is plenty of support available to make your life on campus as comfortable as possible. Find out more about how you can make the most of your time at Bath.

We're here for you

Starting life at University can come with a few new challenges. That's why our Student Living Ambassadors are here to help.

Settling into your new home, building relationships, cooking meals and cleaning with your housemates are all common situations that everyone faces when starting University.

The Student Living Ambassadors are friendly faces to help out with any queries or concerns you may have, as well as running social activities and making sure you're aware of the latest events and updates.

The Student Living Ambassadors will regularly check-in with you and your flatmates via Microsoft Teams calls. However, if you need help or advice with life in halls, you can schedule a one-to-one call with a Student Living Ambassador at any time by contacting

How we can support you

Find out what our Student Living Ambassadors are here for, and how they can help you to find your place at Bath. If you're joining the University from overseas, click through to the second video for information on settling in to your new home.

What to do in common situations

When sharing a home at University, it's normal to come across new challenges.

We've put together some top tips for dealing with disagreements and difficulties, to help you to feel prepared and supported.

From helping your flatmates through relationship troubles to studying in a noisy house, we're here to help you feel happy and settled in your University home.

10 top tips for living with housemates

These top tips are designed to ease any anxiety and worry about embarking on your new journey, and help you easily build new relationships.

You can contact the Student Living Welfare and Support Team at any time on for help with things like flatmate disagreements, cleaning, noise or anti-social behaviour in your accommodation, welfare support and general life in halls.

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How to be a great housemate

Follow these simple steps to be the best housemate you can be, and help to build great relationships in your accommodation.

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A day in the life of a Student Living Ambassador

Get to know what our Student Living Ambassadors get up to, and how they can help you during your time at Bath.

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During your time in University accommodation, you'll get to know our Student Living Ambassadors through a series of activities and talks designed to help you to make the most out of your time here.

Why not compete against other accommodation groups in an online quiz night, create a tasty dinner with our virtual cooking class, or learn how to look after your wellbeing with a 'tea and talk' session?

In addition to the activities, your Student Living Ambassadors will arrange a virtual induction session, where you can get to know each other, and learn important advice for living in your accommodation.

Date Event Details
Week commencing 28 September Q&A and check-in Ambassadors will check how things are going, and give advice on being a good neighbour
Week commencing 5 October Inter halls quiz Online quiz for different kitchen groups to compete against others in their area
11 October 1pm to 2pm Salsa Society Taster salsa session via Microsoft Teams
Week commencing 26 October Q&A and check-in Ambassadors are available for personal check-ins
Week commencing 9 November Q&A and check-in Ambassadors are available for personal check-ins
Week commencing 16 November Tea and talk session via Microsoft Teams Budgeting and money advice
Week commencing 23 November Tea and talk session via Microsoft Teams Moving to the city, and the second year accommodation transition
Week commencing 30 November Q&A and check-in Ambassadors are available for personal check-ins
2 November Virtual cooking lesson Hospitality staff Mike James and Paul Harvey teach a virtual cooking lesson
Week commencing 7 December Tea and talk session via Microsoft Teams How to manage your resilience and wellbeing

We're here to talk

Contact the Living Support team for help with feeling at home at University