These halls are on the northern side of the main campus. These very modern townhouses offer more space for relaxing and socialising than other halls, including a lounge area and a kitchen. There are two bathrooms per landing, so you’ll share with one other student. There are 624 rooms in total in George Eliot which includes undergraduate and postgraduate rooms.
Large bed single occupancy in townhouses for between nine and 12 students with communal kitchen and lounge area. Bathrooms are shared two to every four bedrooms.
2024/25 price: Information coming soon
The letting period for all rooms in George Eliot is 38 weeks for full-time undergraduates.
What will be in my room?
There’s furniture provided for you in the room, but you’ll have to bring a few bits and pieces yourself.
- Large bed (198cm x 137cm) with storage
- fitted workstation, bookcase, cabinet and desk lamp
- desk chair
- fitted wardrobe
- waste paper bin
- storage shelf above entrance door
- shared facilities comprising a washbasin, toilet and shower
- mattress protector
You’ll need to bring:
- double duvet cover
- duvet and pillows
The University provide you with a mattress protector in your room. If you’d prefer not to bring your bedding from home, you can pre-order some from our friends at UniKitOut.com who will have it waiting for you on arrival. Shop now and save 10% by using discount code RHUL10.
WiFi is available in all rooms.
- double sink with draining board
- work surface
- cupboard space for each student
- electric cooker (oven and hob)
- kettle and toaster
- two fridge freezers
- iron and ironing board
- recycling bins and a vacuum cleaner
The kitchens are fitted with 13 amp sockets
You’ll need to bring:
- plates and bowls
- pots, pans, roasting tins and cooking utensils
- cutlery and other utensils
- washing-up materials and tea towels
The kitchens are cleaned and inspected weekly, but it’s also your responsibility to keep the shared areas are clean and tidy.
Can I bring my car?
No. You can’t bring your car with you to your Halls of Residence. You can bring your car to campus for up to one hour, but if you stay any longer you’ll get a parking fine.
All mail arrives at the Main College Post Room and is distributed to the appropriate Halls of Residence within 24 hours. In George Eliot Hall, letters you receive will be placed in the pigeonholes in the George Eliot Reception main foyer for collection. If you receive a parcel or item needing a signature, we’ll email you to let you know that it’s arrived and is ready for collection from the reception desk. Remember to bring valid ID when you come to collect your mail.
George Eliot Post Room opening times:
Monday - Friday: 9.30am-7pm
Monday - Friday: 9.30am-5pm
Saturday - Sunday: closed
Please make sure your post is addressed using your full name, (as it appears on your student ID card, rather than any nicknames or abbreviated names), hall address and room number. Otherwise we may not be able to get your mail to you.
George Eliot Halls address:
George Eliot Hall
The laundry facilities are in reception.
We recommend using the mobile app. But if you don’t have an iPhone or Android device, your Halls reception can provide you with a laundry card which can be topped up online.
Security officers are available on campus 24-7. The main security office is in the Founder's Building.
Officers monitor campus activities on CCTV and with frequent patrols responding to any fire alarm activations and disturbances on campus, as well as ensuring that areas are safe and secure.
Each hall has a reception point where you can report maintenance problems, top up your Student ID Card, and get advice or help.
The George Eliot reception is on the ground floor of the George Eliot Centre, Block D.
- Monday to Friday: 8am-8pm
- Weekends: 9am-5pm
You can use the red phone at reception to contact our security team outside these times.