Welcome to your new home at Reaseheath. Our Halls of Residence provide residential students with a safe place to settle into student life quickly and our facilities and student association led activities mean you will always have something to do!
We are now accepting applications for residential accommodation for our next academic year, starting in September 2018. Please take some time to look through the accommodation options available below, when you are ready to apply simply click the button below.
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:
Applying for Accommodation
Applicants can apply for 2018/19 accommodation by completing the application form below. You will be asked for key information and to state your preferred choice/s of halls (see options and prices below). Applicants will receive notification if they have been successful in securing halls** (including the type) within 7-10 days. Once you have received confirmation you will be required to pay a £200 retainer to secure your accommodation*. Those who are unsuccessful will be placed on a waiting list and advised of transport options. Accommodation contracts will be issued for signing by applicants/guardians/guarantors.
*Reaseheath College endeavors to offer accommodation to all those who are in need. For those applicants who are successful in securing accommodation the retainer will be converted into their accommodation deposit upon signing the accommodation contract
**in 2018/19 we endeavour to guarantee residential accommodation for first year higher education applicants
The new halls of residence will have its first 80 rooms ready for September (‘Tabley’ and ‘Tatton’ Halls) with the further 120 (‘Gawsworth’, ‘Capesthorne’ and ‘Rode’ Halls) being ready early 2019. Gawsworth Hall, Capesthorne Hall and Rode Hall – will become available in early 2019, if you are offered a room in this accommodation you will be allocated a room in Student Village phase 1 until the new rooms become available. You will pay a discounted price until you are able to move into the new halls.
- FE Year 1 Contract – 36 weeks in accommodation
- FE Year 2/3 Contract – 35 weeks in accommodation
- HE Contract – 37 weeks in accommodation
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|
|Gawsworth, Rode and Tatton Halls||£117.50||£168.50||£158.50|
|Capesthorne and Tabley Halls||£117.50 (limited availability in Capesthorne only)||£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 – 11am
Lunch 12noon – 2pm
Dinner 5pm – 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.