Accommodation at SRUC Oatridge, West Lothian
Living at Oatridge
Our Oatridge campus stands on its own 283-hectare estate, including a working farm, in the West Lothian countryside and is within easy reach of the motorway network. As well as a student accommodation and a library, there is also a nine-hole golf course, and the campus is home to the Scottish National Equestrian Centre (SNEC).
SRUC Oatridge campus has seven residences with more than 200 rooms, offering a choice of standard and en-suite accommodation.
Students under 18 stay in standard, catered rooms in the Tay, Clyde and Forth residences. Lorn, Solway, Moray and Cromarty flats have 84 en-suite rooms that are divided into 16 self-contained flats, each with a common room/kitchen area.
For students with mobility requirements accessible rooms are provided.
How to book accommodation
You first need to submit the residence application form to your Campus Residential Manager. Please download the student accommodation application form. Your campus residential manager must receive this information directly from you to confirm your accommodation.
We welcome feedback on your residential experience. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name and room number. Maintenance requests should be submitted directly to your local office.
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