Many Strathclyde students choose to live on campus in their first year because it's a great way to settle into life away from home and get to know other new students. It's also convenient for studying, comfortable, safe, affordable and fun.
In the heart of student life
Our residences are welcoming and sociable places to stay and study. There are almost 2,000 rooms on offer, all of them just minutes from the main university buildings, Students' Union, libraries and sports facilities – as well as the city centre, with all its shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas and other entertainment.
The city-centre John Anderson Campus contains a student village right in the heart of Glasgow.
The Jordanhill Campus was part of the University’s estates from 1993 to July 2012. We are now operating as a single campus University in the heart of Glasgow. Most of the subject areas formerly based at Jordanhill are now located in the Lord Hope Building which is situated on Cathedral Street and adjacent to the University’s Andersonian Library.