Your time in Leeds
Residence Life is about making your experience in halls the best it can be. We work in partnership with Leeds University Union (LUU) to provide you with a calendar of events all year round that’s only available if you’re in halls.
How to keep your belongings safe when you're not at home
Leeds is generally a fairly safe city, however by taking a few simple steps, you can keep your belongings safe if you’re away for a weekend or a holiday.
Get involved with your community
By joining us at Leeds you are joining a diverse and culturally rich community, including the wider communities of Leeds.
Community conduct rules and sanctions
We know that the majority of you are going to be considerate neighbours during your time in Leeds. However complaints about noise and antisocial behaviour have been on the increase in the local community over the last few years. This includes complaints about students breaking local covid restrictions on socialising with others in their homes.
Council tax exemption
Full-time students are eligible for Council Tax exemptions or discounts. The amount you pay will depend on your living arrangements.
What's on and student discount
Knowing what's on in Leeds, and how to get a student discount are important things for many students. We've put together a handy collection to get you started.
The University provides facilities and arrangements for you to observe Ramadan while on campus. In 2021 Ramadan will be between 13 April and 13 of May, depending on the sighting of the moon.
5 things to do when moving in
Moving in to your own home is an exciting time, but there are many things for you to think about. Here are our top tips to help you get started and settle in.
Avoiding noise complaints
Noise nuisance has a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of those affected. Many factors affect this; frequency, time of day, location, duration and how many people are affected. It is a statutory nuisance at any time, day or night.