Millennium House

Students walking by Millenium House accommodation

Millennium House can be found right next to the lake on the Stag Hill campus and is adjacent to Yorkies Bridge which offers a quick route into Guildford town centre.

What to expect

You will be sharing with five other students in one flat. Millennium House is one large building housing 34 flats in total.

Download the University of Surrey virtual reality app to see 360-degree photos of our campus accommodation, Guildford and the surrounding area. You can also find Millennium House on Google Maps.

Virtual tour

Screenshot of Millennium House video

Watch our StagTV video for a preview of our rooms and kitchens at Millennium House.

Location and transport

You can walk to Tesco in about 25minutes via a shared pedestrian and cycle pathway. Surrey Sports Park is located on our Manor Park campus, which is about a 30-minute walk from the Stag Hill campus.

You can also ride the designated University bus routes (1 and 2) from Stag Hill to both Tesco and Manor Park.

The journey takes about seven minutes and buses run up to every 10 minutes through the University campuses on weekdays and every 15–20 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays. The night bus operates six nights per week, Monday to Saturday.

You can either walk 10 minutes into town or take any of the University bus routes which stop at the Friary Bus Station in town.

You will be living directly opposite the GP surgery and Centre for Wellbeing, as well as being right next to our huge lake and just a couple of minutes from the Students’ Union.

You can also find services and facilities such as ATMs, a laundrette, cafes and restaurants within a few minutes’ walk.

Find out more about campus life.

There are lockable bicycle stores available at Millennium House. 

You can also access our bike rental scheme, NextBike, on your doorstep.

Find out more about cycling

Students are not permitted to park on the Stag Hill campus unless there are very exceptional circumstances.

Find out more about parking.

Post and addresses

Reading your room number could be confusing when you first see it, but you will quickly learn what each of the letter and numbers mean. 

Millennium House (MH)

  • Breakdown: house – flat – room
  • Example room allocation: MH – 68 – 3
  • Address: Millennium House – flat 68 – room 3

All mail should have your full name, room and flat number, house name, court name and postcode (GU2 7JN is the postcode for Millennium House).

Items sent by Royal Mail are delivered to the Battersea Court Reception. Parcels will be processed, then an email is sent to your University account advising you to collect your parcel. You will need to provide your student ID card to collect any parcels.

Any items not delivered by Royal Mail can be collected from Central Distribution one hour after you have received a notification that your parcel has been delivered.

Find out more about post and deliveries.

Bedroom and bathroom

All rooms have either carpet or vinyl flooring with a bed, desk, chair, shelves, wardrobe, a mirror and curtains.

All rooms benefit from our free Residents Network (ResNet) service which provides fast and efficient broadband internet access.

All rooms at Millennium House are en-suite. You will have your own private bathroom in your room with its own shower, basin, mirror and toilet.

Kitchen

A fridge, freezer (or fridge-freezer combined), electric kettle, cooker, microwave, toaster, iron and ironing board are provided in each communal kitchen, but you must provide your own cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

You will also find a sink, storage space, table and chairs in your kitchen.

Take a look at our what to pack guide for more information.

There is no reserved space, but there are two cupboards per person in the kitchen.

This is usually more than enough for most students, but if you need more space, you can talk to flatmates about sharing a shelf if needed.

There is no reserved space, but there are usually one or more shelves for each of the people living in the flat. You can talk to your flatmates about using up more space or specific fridge spaces.

All halls at Surrey are self-catered, but there are number of places around our campuses to get food and drink, and Guildford has an excellent range of bars, restaurants and cafes.

Who are my wardens? 

Wardens are responsible for the general welfare and discipline within the halls of residence and certain aspects of residence administration.

Make sure you attend the welcome talk/event for your halls which will be scheduled on your welcome timetable – this is where you can meet your warden.

You can find out who your warden is or email them.

Discover more

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What to pack
Take a look at our guide on what to pack.
Two student carrying boxes on campus
Moving-in weekend
What you can expect from moving-in weekend.
Key collection point on Stag Hill campus
Collect your key
Know where you go to collect your key when you move in.
Student in his room
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Accommodation advice and information for current students.