Currently the University has about 2,300 places in Bangor.
We are able to guarantee a place in a hall of residence to all new first year undergraduates who make an application within the given timeframe.
Please download our PDF University map to see where the halls are located around Bangor.
The Halls of Residence below were built in 2009 and are all self catering with en-suite rooms. Some large rooms are available at additional cost. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
The following Halls of Residence were built in the 1990s are all self catered and en-suite. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
Neuadd Reichel was refurbished in 2011 and is a self-catered hall of around 120 rooms, with shared kitchens and bathrooms. It has a mix of standard, larger and small rooms. Click on the hall name for more details, including facilities, contract length and price.
Neuadd JMJ is a self catering hall with en-suite bedrooms composed of two adjacent halls of residence on the Ffriddoedd Site. These are known as Neuadd JMJ, Adeilad Tegfan and Neuadd JMJ, Adeilad Bryn Dinas. The two buildings are linked. The halls are primarily for Welsh speaking and Welsh learning undergraduate students.
The following Halls of Residence are located on the Normal site, near the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science and the School of Education.
The Normal site is situated midway between Bangor and Menai Bridge, around 15 minutes' walk from the main University buildings. These halls are self-catering and have shared bathrooms.
Neuadd Garth is an undergraduate hall located on College road, a few minutes walk from the Main Arts building. It is a self-catering hall with en-suite facilities.
Bryn Eithin is a postgraduate hall located near the centre of Bangor, in an elevated position with spectacular views overlooking the city. It is a self-catering hall with shared bathroom facilities.
Please click on each hall to find out more details and prices.
All the sites are managed directly from the Halls Office. Support is available during the daytime from the Halls Office, University Security Staff and Student Services and out of hours and at weekend from the resident Senior Wardens and Student Wardens. The University also employs a team of Student Wardens to live in every hall of residence and do everything possible to foster and maintain a safe residential environment. Students from diverse backgrounds can live, study and socialise in a peaceful and secure environment. More information on Wardens...
At the end of each academic year it is necessary to clear away bicycles that have been left by students who no longer live in the Halls of Residence.
In order for this exercise to take place please remove any bicycle that you own to the bicycle racks outside Tegfan hall of residence. Please ask at Security if you do not know where to find the Tegfan bicycle rack.
All bicycles remaining in any other bicycle rack will be removed by the Halls Office on or after 1 September each year.