Our different types of accommodation
We have a lot of different accommodation to cater for everyone's needs across our two beautiful campuses and surrounding areas. All University accommodation has 24/7 security which helped us achieve 3rd in the UK for security (Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018).
Here are the options:
Fishbourne Halls - Located on our free U7 and U8 inter-campus bus route, Fishbourne halls is the latest addition to our accommodation family. All rooms are self-catered en-suite with a games room, study room and common room available. It is also next door to Tesco Extra - result!
Stockbridge Halls - With 405 self-catered en-suite rooms available, we definitely class Stockbridge as its own student village. Located next door to Chichester Gate which includes restaurants, bars, cinema and bowling and 2 minutes from Chichester station, you'll never be bored! There is a number 50 bus by the Cathedral in town that takes you to campus or it is a beautiful 20 minute walk through the middle of Chichester town straight to College Lane.
Bishop Otter Campus - We have a variety of accommodation on the Chichester campus. Our self-catered and catered options have either an en-suite or shared facilities depending on your preference. Catered students are given a daily allowance to be used at our Otters Restaurant, Costa and Starbucks that has a variety of meals/themes that can be read here. You are also a 5-10 minute walk from Chichester town centre and near the local Aldi, Lidl and Sainsbury's. There is also an on campus shop which has all the latest student deals if need any last minute bits and bobs to help you out!
Bognor Regis Campus - Our Bognor Campus is 10 minutes (905 steps precisely) away from the beautiful Bognor Regis seafront! All accommodation on the Bognor campus is catered with the choice between en-suite, shared facilities or being in a quiet block. Catered students are given a daily allowance to be used at our Otters Restaurant and Costa that has a variety of meals/themes that can be read here.
You can easily get between campuses and the majority of accommodation through our free U7/U8 inter-campus bus service to help give you more options of what accommodation you would like to choose regardless of what campus you are studying on!
For more information on our accommodation, FAQ's and policies, visit chi.ac.uk/accommodation
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