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Accommodation Services   

We are the University of Lincoln Accommodation Services. From helping you to find your home from home to taking your parcels, replacing lost keys and being a friendly face, we aim to offer you the best possible service during your stay at the University of Lincoln.  

Choosing where to live during your time at university is a big decision, so the team is here to make your next step an easy one.   

Our Accommodation   

Accommodating to a range of budgets, lifestyles and tastes, we manage over 4,300 beds, across 7 purpose-built accommodations and you can stay with us through all years:  

  • St Marks Image  
  • 179 High Street Image  
  • Cygnet Wharf Image  
  • The Gateway Image  
  • Viking House Image  
  • Valentine Court Image  
  • Lincoln Courts Image   

Visit us at our show flats! Fancy a look around?

Call 01522 886 300 to book.  

Living at Lincoln means more than just a great room. Choosing to live in University-managed accommodation comes with a host of benefits, including: 

  • All bills and WIFI included in rent  
  • Contents insurance  
  • Smart TVs and TV licence  
  • Custom heating  
  • Residence specfic allocation offers  
  • Bike storage   
  • Communal rooms  
  • Onsite maintenance  
  • 24/7 security    
  • No deposit 
  • Self-catered rooms  
  • Room relocation service  
  • Post, parcels taken 6 days a week  
  • Great location  
  • Reception team  
  • Cleaning equipment   
  • Residential Wardens 

 Get Connected   

You can get in touch with Accommodation Services through the below methods:  

  • Online contact: https://lncn.ac/queryform    
  • Telephone: 01522 886 300   
  • Instagram & Facebook: @unilincolnaccommodation   
  • 24/7 Security: 01522 886 062  

You can find us in one of our 5 receptions located across the University of Lincoln campus, which are open Monday to Saturday.   

All of our residences are managed following the Universities UK Code of Practice for the Management of Student Housing. For further information please visit www.thesac.org.uk.