Liverpool Hope University - Halls of Residence

Halls of Residence

The university owned accommodation is divided among all three of its main campuses. At the main Hope Park campus, set in the landscaped gardens, there are:

  • Wesley. Primarily for QTS and first year undergraduates.
  • Newman. Taking its name from the eminent Catholic cardinal, Newman offers first year and masters accommodation.
  • Teresa. The final hall recently added to the Hope Park campus with en-suite accommodation, similar to Wesley and Newman.
  • Austin. Also located on the main campus offers mixed sex accommodation.
  • Angela. Similar to Austin in design and feel but offers single sex, female accommodation. Also for returning and masters students.
  • St. Agnes & St. Margaret's. Situated in the older part of the university. Students have dubbed these halls (and their opposite ones) the 'Harry Potter Halls' for their similarity to the film's settings.
  • St. Elphin's and St. Elthedreda. Similar again to St. Agnes / Margaret – these halls are located in the older part of the university and are close to the central university library.

The university also has halls of residence at its Aigburth campus. The Creative Campus is served by Gerard Manley Hopkins Hall.

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