Applications for November 2021 and January 2022 are now open.
We recognise that for many of our students living away from home is a new experience. In Scarborough you will find everything you would expect from a vibrant, university town by the sea but the cost of living is also markedly cheaper than other parts of the UK - eating out, socialising and renting a room are all about 50% of the price that they would be in London.
High quality student accommodation is available from as little as £80 a week for a double ensuite room. Living in student accommodation during your first year is a great way for you to make new friends and integrate quickly into university life.
CU Scarborough has worked closely in partnership with a number of local student providers to secure high quality accommodation within easy walking distance of the campus, the town centre and the beach.
To secure your accommodation, it is essential that you contact our accommodation provider FutureLets. Accommodation will only be bookable for students who have firmly accepted a conditional or unconditional offer with CU Scarborough.
Islands House is a beautiful Victorian building which has been completely updated into modern student accommodation that opened in September 2019. Every bedroom has its own en-suite and utilities are included as well as free Wi-Fi and free use of the laundry facilities.
Please ensure you read our Terms and Conditions of Application before you apply.
All accommodation that is publicised by CU Scarborough is selected based upon its suitability for students, and CU Scarborough takes into consideration all feedback provided by students in deciding whether to continue identifying any accommodation to students. The decision as to whether to occupy any particular accommodation is ultimately the students, and CU Scarborough strongly advises viewing any property and before entering into any agreement. CU Scarborough cannot accept any liability for any loss or damage suffered by any student in connection with their agreements with any third party connected to the occupation of that party’s accommodation.