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You can pay for your accommodation by direct debit, cheque, banker’s draft and postal orders made payable to Liverpool Hope University.
You can pay the accommodation charge in full before arrival at Liverpool Hope University. Payment should be made through the online accommodation payment facility that will be available through your Student Record Management system (SRM) from around the middle of August (details of how to access this will be sent to you nearer the time). If you do not have access to a computer, payments can be made at the Finance Office at Hope Park or by telephoning 0151 291 3339 during the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday and can be made by cash, cheque or credit/debit card, such as Delta, Visa and MasterCard.
If you choose not to pay the full charge in advance, you will be required to set up one of the following payment plans for the balance. Again, the initial payment and the payment plan should be set up using the online accommodation payment facility.
You can pay the instalments either by Direct Debit, Credit/Debit card or by post-dated cheque.
PGCE Students who are in receipt of a Training Bursary can apply to pay by monthly instalments from their Training Bursary.
For fire safety reasons, you’re not allowed to have guests in your room overnight. See our guest policy and booking form for further details.
Before you arrive, you are welcome to contact the Accommodation team with any concerns you may have – email firstname.lastname@example.org. When you have moved in to your hall, we have a support network in place so there is always someone available to talk to if you need them. See our residential life page for more details.
All of our halls of residence are secure. You’ll need a passcode to get into each building, and each flat and bedroom have individual locks. We also have CCTV and 24-hour security on all of our campuses.
Students are advised that they need to purchase their own contents insurance for any personal items they have in the halls of residence.