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Accommodation Moving in

Second semester arrivals

Students arriving for the second semester can move into their accommodation from Sunday January 7th.

You should arrive between 11am and 5pm. Please be aware that we don't accept arrivals after 8pm.

Where do I get my keys?

You must have a copy of your Occupancy Agreement with you when collecting your keys.

Residence  Where to collect your keys
  • Birkbeck Court
  • Chancellors Hall
  • Forbes Hall
  • Garnett Hall
  • James Blyth Court
  • James Goold Hall
  • James Young Hall
  • Murray Hall
  • Thomas Campbell Court

From 11am on Sunday 7th January, go to the Village Office on the lower level of the Lord Todd in the centre of the campus village. 

Find the Lord Todd on our Campus Map

  •  Andrew Ure Hall
From 11am on Sunday 7th January, go to The Office, Block B Flat 3, Andrew Ure Hall, 1-4 Parsonage Row, High Street, G1 1PU. Find Andrew Ure Hall on our Campus Map


How do I get to the campus?

From Glasgow Airport

Bus number 500 leaves every 10 minutes from the front of the terminal building for the City Centre. The journey takes around 25 minutes and a single journey will cost around £7.50. Taxis also leave from the front of the terminal. The journey will cost around £25.

From Buchanan Bus Station

The campus is a 10-minute walk or around £6 in a taxi.

From Queen Street Railway Station

The campus is a 10-minute walk or around £6 in a taxi.

From Central Railway Station

The campus is a 15-minute walk or around £7 in a taxi.

By car

From the south (M74/M73) or the north (M80), join the M8 (Glasgow). Leave it at junction 15, signposted Cathedral, go straight ahead on Stirling Road to the T–junction, and turn left into Cathedral Street.

Andrew Ure Hall, G1 1PU

Continue along Cathedral Street until you come to the T-junction. Turn right into Castle Street/High Street. In less than half a mile, Andrew Ure Hall will be on your left-hand side.

All other residences, G4 0NL

Turn right in to Collins Street.

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