Plymouth Marjon University has a variety of on campus accommodation available for all students including those returning to the University and Postgraduate Students.
To find out more about the accommodation we have available and for guidance on how to apply, please click here
Getting to know campus
For a map of the entire campus with information on accessibility click here
Essential information for students
The Student Regulations Framework, which is updated annually, provides essential information and all students must familiarise themselves (and remain familiar) with its contents. Regulations for 2019-20 (valid from 1st September 2019) can be found by clicking here.
If you are living on campus then your room is insured by Plymouth Marjon University through Endsleigh Insurance. You will pay for this as part of your rent. If you are living in private rented accommodation you should buy insurance to cover for your belongings, there are several companies that specialise in insurance for students.
To check key dates for the year, including term & semester dates and the assessments calendar, click here
Opening a bank account
We highly recommend that you open (or switch to) a student bank account, most of these accounts offer an interest free overdraft and other benefits such as a free railcard. More information on choosing the right account for you can be found by clicking here
Out of Hours Support
The University has a team of Staff, Resident Student Assistants and Campus Support Assistants who look after the welfare, safety and discipline on campus 24/7. Students can report any incidents or emergencies out of hours using an internal number – 22 22. Phones for internal use are placed in Halls, Village Houses and across the campus.
Student finance and payment of fees
It is important that you apply for Student Finance and any other funding you are eligible for as soon as possible. For up to date information on funding available to you as well as straight forward guidance on how the Student Finance application process works, please click here
Studying – What to expect
University might be very different from your previous educational experiences, not only in surroundings but in social, cultural and intellectual aspects too. The most important skill you need to acquire in order to get the most of your time at University is that of being an ‘active learner’. This means developing an independent approach to your studies, developing a range of skills and learning to learn.
Transport & Parking
For information on transport to the University, the University’s parking policy and details on how to purchase exclusive subsidised bus tickets please click here. Please note that students living within a 1.5 mile radius will not be eligible to apply for a car parking permit-see policy for exceptions. More information on bus stops in Plymouth can be found in the ‘First Weeks’ section.
Watching Television without a licence can invoke a fine up to £1000, for information on how to purchase a TV licence please click here