Living on Jubilee Campus
Jubilee Campus is a modern purpose-built centre and is located only one mile from University Park. It benefits from state-of-the-art facilities including a sports centre and a large amount of varied student accommodation. The campus is both picturesque and modern with sweeping paths, fountains, lakes and plenty of local wildlife.
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||The University of Nottingham
||Newark and Southwell
Students per hall
||Environmentally-friendly design with modern, innovative buildings based around a lake vibrant with wildlife. The Campus is compact with everything in walking distance.
|Facilities in hall
||• Accessible facilities
• Bike stands in hall
• Communal study area
• Games room
• Junior Common Room (JCR)
• Laundry facilities
• TV room
|Facilities on campus
• Blackwell’s bookshop
• Three cafes and a restaurant
• Two libraries
• Sports Centre (basketball, tennis, netball, badminton, squash, martial arts and aerobics), sports field for football and outdoor tennis courts and fitness centre
• Students’ Union shop
|Distance to city centre
||Bus: 5 minutes (bus stops on campus and on main road at campus entrance)
|Distance to University Park Campus
||Bus: 8 minutes on hopper bus which runs every 15 minutes
Cycle: 5 minutes
Walk: Half a mile
|Student areas nearby
||Lenton, Radford, Wollaton
|Shops and amenities nearby
||Banks, cafe, cinema, hairdressers, markets, pharmacies and health centres, religious centres, pubs, restaurants, Co-operative and Lidl supermarkets, takeaways
||31 weeks a year, excluding vacation periods.* Once you have moved in you are liable to pay for the duration of your licence period.
*You are required to move out of your room during vacation periods. There is limited storage in some halls where you can store your belongings for free, but priority is given to international students. To store your things in your room over the Christmas and Easter vacations, you can pay £5 a night. If you need to stay in your room for these times, you will have to pay £15 per night, and meals are not included. Further information on booking Storage or Extended Stay in your room will be sent after A Level results.
Every room comes equipped with a bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, bookshelves, noticeboard, fridge, desk lamp, personal door lock, coat hooks, mirror, and four power sockets. Rooms also have Wi-Fi.
Please note: fees are for 2016/17 include all bills - heating, electricity and water bills, Junior Common Room (JCR) committee membership, personal contents insurance, and 19 meals per week during term-time.
- your own bedroom and study area
- private en-suite bathroom including toilet, shower and washbasin facilities
See our comparison table for information on fees and facilities at all University accommodation.
For contact details of each hall, please see our contacts page.