Living at Reaseheath
Our Halls of Residence provide residential students with a safe place to settle into student life quickly and our facilities and activities, led by the Student Association, mean you will always have something to do!
Reaseheath College has on-site residential accommodation for up to 1,000 students, fully supported by a safeguarding team. Alongside the range of accommodation, onsite facilities include:
- Multiple catering outlets open from 8am until 7pm
- Under 18 and HE common rooms
- Student bar in the heart of the campus equipped with a pool table, table tennis and large screen TVs
- Access to the college gym and sports activities
- Shuttle bus into Nantwich and local shops – specific days and times
Any full time students aged 16 and over may apply for a residential place and a bursary may be available to help with costs. Places are limited* so please ask for up to date details once you have been offered a place on a course.
You can visit a typical student room if you attend one of our Course Open Events or at your interview.
Accommodation fees are based on a full academic year, excluding half terms (only applicable to FE students), Christmas and Easter breaks. They are charged on a termly basis.
Reaseheath has residential places for students who require disabled facilities.
*Priority is given to students who live far away from Reaseheath and are unable to travel in on a daily basis, or would benefit educationally due to personal welfare and social problems.
Arranging a visit
Students and parents are welcome to visit the College to view the accommodation prior to, or after, them making their choice of room:
Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 5.00pm (by appointment only)
Evenings and weekends (by appointment only)
Please contact Student Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01270 613209 (between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday).
Our accommodation 2017/18
Under 18 Accommodation
|Type of Room||Cost per week including 7 day a week meals allowance||Cost per week including 5 day a week meals allowance|
|Jodrell half en-suite||£148||£138|
|Cotton single en-suite||£163.50||£153.50|
|Tomkinson single en-suite||£163.50||£153.50|
Over 18 Accommodation
|Type of Room||Self Catering||Cost per week including 7 day a week meals allowance||Cost per week including 5 day a week meals allowance|
|Chetwood single en-suite||£117.50||£168.50||£158.50|
|Platt single en-suite||£117.50||£168.50||£158.50|
|Student village, phase 1 single en-suite||N/A||£148||£138|
|Student village, phase 2-4 single en-suite||N/A||£138||£128|
|Capesthorne, Gawsworth, Rode, Tabley and Tatton Halls||£115||£168.50||£158.50|
As part of our safeguarding provision we endeavour to ensure that our students are eating healthily and regularly and therefore, to encourage our students to eat a set meal 3 times a day, student ID cards will be set up to purchase three balanced meals to be used during the times of:-
Breakfast 8am – 9.30am
Lunch 11am – 2pm
Dinner 4pm – 6.30pm
Cards can be set up for food to be purchased through this system for either 5 days per week or 7 days per week depending on student requirements.