Princeton Program: University College London
Princeton students have the same access to libraries, computing facilities, and health services as do regularly enrolled students. In addition to the UCL library, all students have access to the University of London Library, which is a few minute walk from campus.
The Student Union forms the focus of student’s social and cultural life at UCL. It is also the center of political and sporting activities. There are many student societies to join: special interest groups, cultural and religious groups, general interest groups such as the Debating Society, departmental societies, and sports clubs. There is a flourishing drama group at the College, and student productions of plays and operas are regularly put on at the College’s own semi-professional theater, the Bloomsbury Theater.
UCL owns a number of student houses and halls of residence, the majority of which are within a 15 minute walk of UCL, with the furthest being about two miles away. Single or shared study-bedrooms are available. Some accommodations provide meals. UCL-owned accommodation is generally considerably cheaper than private accommodation.
Note: UCL housing is not guaranteed. You will greatly increase your chances of having good housing by completing the housing application form as soon as possible after receiving your acceptance email. You will need the student number listed on your acceptance email to apply for UCL housing.