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Accommodation in York
Applying to St John Central
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On campus open day on 13th Aug.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The government has advised that, from Monday 8 March, universities can resume face to face teaching for students who are studying practical or practice-based subjects that require access to specialist equipment or facilities on campus and all other courses will be delivered online until after Easter
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I love this accommodation! It’s so close to the centre and really close to Morrison’s, B&M and ASDA. The rooms are great and the kitchen is lovely and modern. It is meant to be cleaned by staff but this year that hasn’t been possible so can't rate that. The wifi is a bit off at times but bearable. Social experiences have been iffy this year but would be a lot better if normal :)
So I chose St John Central because it looked the most modern one after brickworks. It's a really nice accommodation, let's get that out of the way, but it has a lot of problems sometimes. One of the lifts don't work, a lot of people got stuck in one of them, various times, and security did nothing. Security is b******. There's not in-suit security. And this last week a hate crime happened, which could have been avoided by having the back door closed, but surprise! It doesn't work. The lifts are disgusting and there are stains on the floor. Okay, I'm a person that gets annoyed when someone has afters at 4 AM. If you want or need a quiet place, you better pray or you will have strangers running through your flat before you know it. I'm going onto second year and I wouldn't choose this accommodation just for the fact that it's basically a party dorm.
Considering this accommodation is the second most expensive after the brickworks, its not as amazing as I thought it would be... The rooms are nice and have large windows and really nice bathroom. Kitchen is also nice with big fridge and microwave but you have to bring your own kettle and toaster because they dont provide one. The lifts are disgusting and 1 out of 2 of them dont work. People in the building complain about everything so you cant run or jump because the floor below will hear you. The bins outside pile up and start to smell... There is a bulding site right next it so you hear that all day. The internet cuts off sometimes and maintenance seem to always want to come into your flat to change the lights or doors which can be annoying sometimes. Expect a fire alarm on the first week in the early hours of the morning
The Wifi is terrible, it's always a state, the doors are broken so anyone can walk in and out, there's never anyone in the office to talk to. It does have an ensuite but the hot water doesn't work properly and the showers often overflow. It's inly s 10 minute walk from uni and its in the town centre which is good. But I don't think it's worth the £5500 a year they charge.
Modern clean and right in the centre of York! The morning porters and management were so lovely and helpful and we're always quick to come sort an issue even if you were just locked out of your flat. The kitchen is spacious and the rooms/bathrooms were practical and modern. It's expensive but worth it, (especially for the wireless wifi), I loved this place!
Great location for town and university campus. Problems were usually dealt with pretty fast. No dishwasher which was a pain when you live in flats of 6! Laundry was cheap to wash & dry. Security on site were lovely and always helpful. No parking whatsoever (unless you're willing to pay extortionate amounts for the car park). M