Want more information on housing options and amenities? See Exeter's Accomodation website.
Trying to calculate approximate costs for apartment living in Exeter? See the self catered student accomodation costs for 2012/13.
Don't know what you're allowed to bring with you? Check out Exeter's residence regulation pages for helpful information on permissable items and the rules of Exeter's residencies.
Students may live in University residence halls (meals included), University-owned self-catering flats (or apartments) with shared kitchens, or in privately owned off-campus flats. Final application for a room in a hall is made at the time when the student accepts a place at the University (late spring). Living in residence halls, or in University-owned apartments allows easier access to campus activities and more ready contact with British students. Apartment living, either on or off-campus may permit more independence, but housekeeping and commuting take time and money. And it is often the case that the best and more conveniently located flats have been rented out well before Kenyon students arrive on campus to conduct a search of available accommodation. Thus, most Kenyon students in the recent past have stayed in self-catering flats in the Lafrowda halls. Students prefer the "enhanced" facilities, even if these cost a bit more. Some of the flats are let for a 39-week period (the entire school year) or for a 34-week period (one needs entirely to vacate the room for the 5-week spring break period). If a student is required to vacate his or her flat, then Kenyon arranges for the storage of the student's belongings.
**Note: The outlets in the UK are different from those in the United States. In order to use electronic devices, you will need an adapter and sometimes even a converter. It is best to purchase these at the student shop in Devonshire House, but if you plan to buy one in advance be sure to check university guidelines for their specific safety regulations (see regulation 2.2.5).