For private student accommodation in Lincoln that is only a short walk to campus, check out Student Castle. This well-designed accommodation has a homely but contemporary atmosphere, offering a range of studio and shared apartment living. It also has shared entertainment areas for chilling with friends, and residents can benefit from a free gym membership at the University of Lincoln. The best part is you’re only an 8-minute walk from Lincoln University, while also being in the centre of town close to shops, bars, and the train station. Check out our guide to how students pay for accommodation for more information.
If you fancy your student flats in Lincoln with water views, check out iQ Hayes Wharf. This contemporary student housing offers a range of ensuite rooms to suit all needs and budgets, as well as social areas for hanging with friends and a packed calendar to help take your mind off studying. Location-wise, it’s only a few minutes walk from the waterfront cafés and restaurants of Brayford Marina, a 5-minute walk from the University of Lincoln and around 25 minutes from Bishop Grosseteste.
For student studios in Lincoln with a little added extra, have a look at iQ Pavilions. This modern student accommodation has everything you need in one place, including a great range of studios and shared living spaces, lounges, study areas, an on-site cafe, and a convenience store. It’s only a 4-minute walk to the University of Lincoln, so you couldn’t be in a better location either. While iQ Pavilions is a modern accommodation option, it’s natural to want to make your new room feel like your own, so check out our guide to cheap and easy ways to brighten up your student halls and make them feel more like home.
Student accommodation in Lincoln ranges from £109 per week to £127 per week, however, this will depend on the room type and the amenities that you choose. If you’re unsure which type of accommodation is best for you, check out our blog.
Private student accommodation in Lincoln is available near the university and in popular student areas like the city centre, and several roads in Lincoln house a large student population, including Carholme Road, West Parade, Yarborough Road and Monks Road.
Lincoln University students are not required to live on campus, and there are plenty of private accommodation options off-campus. Many of our options for student accommodation in Lincoln include communal areas, similar to campus living, so you won’t miss out on the opportunity to meet-like minded people during your time at university.