I live with 7 other students in a flat consisting of a communal kitchen and single ensuite rooms. Even though we all have our own rooms, everyone in the flat is very close. We cook meals together, watch television and films together, tease each other and generally get on very well. We are a little family.
My classes are all a mix of lectures and workshops/seminars, which is wonderful because I get a chance to learn and retain the information, and then a session to put my knowledge to use. The lecturers and tutors are quite friendly and always open to questions.
The campus is full of shops so it is not hard to find everything you need for classes without going out of your way. There are two supermarkets, a charity shop, a book store, an office supply store, Greggs, Subway, several food joints, a free service travel agency, two libraries, and other such places that make student life so much easier.
There are more clubs, teams, and societies on campus than I have ever known a university to have! There is everything from sky diving club to tea appreciation club, from equestrian team to living history club, from two different dance societies to fandom based clubs, from football appreciation club to English literature club to animal welfare society. There is so much to do on campus and Fresher's Week is a blast! I would strongly recommend Lancaster University to anyone who is looking to study abroad. The town is safe, welcoming, and nearby (15 min by bicycle, 45 walking, or there are constantly running buses from the uni), the people are friendly, and the campus is wonderful.