Cripps is the most central of the catered on campus halls, making it perfect for any degree group. Being one of the oldest and largest halls the rooms aren't to a very high standard but they're large. Most are 3/4 beds coming with a wardrobe, desk, shelf, sink (with some en-suites in certain blocks) My block had 3 floors of 6 with 2 toilets on each, and to be quite honest at 1 between 3 there usually isn't much issue with people wanting it at the same time. The internet is a set system all over campus. Not usually too bad but there will be certain times when it doesn't cope, weekends ect. Also, if you're a gamer direct Ethernet is your only option. Because of the security systems you can't connect wirelessly, same with the printers, and i could never figure out how to connect my DS. Food is served at set time in a morning and evening, and although there tends to be 3 meal options per time, there's usually only one that will look edible. If you're a fussy eater, go self-catered; it'll be worth the hassle. If you're vegetarian, there is that option but vegans will end up starving. During the day you are given a meal card with £27 per week to spend in a variety of shops around campus including meals at the campus bars (Hugh Stu next door to Cripps has one of these) or even spar, so make sure to spend any excess of chocolate before it rolls over on Sunday. The really annoying thing I thought was having to move all your stuff out over the holidays. I'm only from Sheffield so it's not much of a trip but having to pack the stuff up for Christmas/Easter is just a hassle I could have done without. But, I refuse to pay extra on top of what is already expensive accommodation.