LocationDe Montfort Uni: 320m Uni Leic: 20 mins by bus
LocationCoventry Uni: 150m Uni Warwick bus outside
It's become important to do all we can to stop the spread of Covid-19. So at CODE we are doing our bit to help control Coronavirus.
We're also helping our residents with their mental health and wellbeing during these difficult times.
Current students: please visit our Covid-19 advice page for more information, including travelling to CODE, quarantine and what to do if you have symptoms.
All of our studio flats have their own private bathroom and kitchen – and not clusters with shared kitchens/ lounge – so it’s easier to adhere to social distancing rules.
But we have still put in a number of measures to keep everyone safe. This includes:
We are confident that any student who is living with us can still have a great experience. Throughout the pandemic we've learnt new ways to protect the physical and mental health of our students.
The response from our students has been overwhelming, with many of them telling us how we made a significant difference to their mental health.
“The weekly emails to check up on residents are very good. Also, the staff leave wonderful notes and snacks at your door which certainly boosts your spirits. They have also moved to stream workouts and yoga on Facebook lives."
"The staff make trips to people's rooms and provide small gifts and leaflets saying they are their for us, with information about help!"
Our efforts were also highlighted in the Global Student Living webinar “Student Accommodation through Lockdown”. The insight company had looked at thousands of students’ responses to the National Student Housing Survey and highlighted our care during the pandemic as making a real difference to students.
We’ve put lots of measures in place including:
One student added: “This is understandably a new thing for everyone, so I had low expectations but the online mindfulness classes and email communication was a pleasant and welcome surprise.”