College Lane - The All-In-One Campus

When you live on campus at the University of Hertfordshire, you have everything at your fingertips!

The Forum Hertfordshire - The Social Hub on Campus Campus

An 1,500-capacity entertainment venue that incorporates a nightclub and three bars!

Hertfordshire Sports Village - #GoHerts

Whatever your sport, you’ll be at home at the University of Hertfordshire!

Learning Resources Centre (LRC) - Open 24/7 and 350 days a year!

More than 3,000 study places and over 1,200 computer workstations per campus!

Ele House - The Student Pub

A relaxed student pub offering good value bar snacks and drinks, pool tables and more!

Facilities

Learning Resources Centres (LRC)

Each of the campuses at College Lane and de Havilland has its own Learning Resources Centre. They provide:

  • more than 3,000 study places and over 1,200 computer workstations
  • 24/7 access and all the software you’ll need
  • study spaces and study rooms for individuals and groups
  • Helpdesk, skills sessions and online help
  • a study cafe for when you need a small break from studying.

www.herts.ac.uk/university-life/facilities/learning-facilities/lrcs

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On-campus social facilities

The campus is home to a wide variety of social spaces – bars, clubs, restaurants and cafes, where you can meet friends, relax and unwind, or enjoy some of the best entertainment around. The UH Students’ Union work hard to provide a great programme of events and offer a fantastic array of entertainment. Whether you like clubbing, live music, comedy, or just a quiet night out with your friends, there’s always something going on at the Forum to help you chill out after a hard day in the LRC.

http://hertfordshire.su

The Forum Hertfordshire

An entertainment venue that incorporates a nightclub and three bars. Fitted out with stylish interiors and the latest equipment, the fantastically versatile, £38 million Forum Hertfordshire is a vital part of Hertfordshire’s live music and club scene. It is the ideal place to meet, eat and have a great night out.
www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk

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The Ele House

A relaxed student pub offering good value bar snacks and drinks, pool tables and more. Drop in for a quiet drink after lectures or meet friends for lunch.

www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk/venue/elehouse

Club de Havilland

Based on our de Havilland campus, this club offers good food, drinks and entertainment, and its large hall is used for everything from salsa lessons to gala dinners.

www.clubdehavilland.co.uk

Cafes and restaurants

Our campuses are home to more than a dozen cafes and eateries offering you plenty of choice if you don’t feel like cooking.

www.herts.ac.uk/university-life/student-life/catering

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Hertfordshire Sports Village

Whatever your sport, you’ll be at home at the University of Hertfordshire. Whether you are a complete beginner or a budding pro, the Sports Village is home to a wide range of activities, classes and state-of-the-art sports training facilities and services. Based at the de Havilland Campus, Hertfordshire Sports Village is open to students and the community. Facilities include:

  • 100 station gym
  • two studios for group exercise classes
  • 25 metre swimming pool
  • two squash courts
  • sports halls for multi-sports
  • cricket hall for multi-sports
  • indoor climbing wall
  • artificial pitches for hockey and football
  • 3G pitches for football and rugby
  • netball, badminton and tennis courts
  • physiotherapy and sports injury clinic

www.hertssportsvillage.co.uk

Multi Faith Centre

At the University we believe everyone should have the time, space, and opportunity to relax, reflect and get in touch with their spiritual side, whatever their beliefs. With this in mind, we established The Key – a space for everyone. The Key is a multi-faith and multi-cultural centre, on the College Lane Campus. The Key offers a quiet space within the University, as well as being a place for more formal acts of worship. It has a large, circular room where there is space for reflection, prayer and worship. In ‘The Meeting Room’ a range of study or discussion groups meet. There is a small selection of spiritual books, videos and newspapers to browse, or you can just sit and chat or relax.

www.herts.ac.uk/university-life/student-support/chaplaincy/the-key