Meal Plan

Applicants offered a place in a catering residence must indicate when returning their letter of acceptance or when registering for a room what the chosen meal plan is for the year.
Applicants can choose between breakfast, lunch and dinner (plan 1), lunch and dinner (plan 2), breakfast, lunch and dinner (plan 3), or breakfast, lunch and dinner only Monday to Friday (plan 4). Where an applicant fails to choose, the maximum of 21 meals (plan 1) per week will be charged. The meal plan selected may not be changed during the semester but changes are possible at half year. Please note that the university does not cater for special diets. Students in these residences are not permitted to heat, prepare food or cook in their rooms. 

Centralised laundry facilities are available in most residences and are managed by the House Committee. A system of compulsory laundry levies or coin or token system is employed. When the house, residence or flat does not contain laundry facilities, the residents are required to make their own laundry arrangements. 

Furnishing and equipment
All rooms are equipped with basic furniture such as a single bed, wardrobe, study desk and a chair. Only self-catering units contain in addition, a stove. The university does not provide kitchen utensils for those who live in self-catering facilities. Students in self-catering units need their own cooking and cleaning equipment. The university does not provide bedding. All students bring their own blankets, pillows, linen, towels, for example. 

Limited housekeeping services are provided in most residences. All the public areas and bathrooms are cleaned daily. Students make their own beds and should keep their own rooms clean. Students are required to clean their own rooms.Students may not keep pets in any university residence, house or flat.