We want to ensure that all first-year students get the best possible outcome when applying for the University’s accommodation, so we’ve put together some easy to follow steps to help out.
There are many things to bare in mind when you’re applying for your accommodation – the cost, payment deadlines and more. We’ve pulled together our steps that will create a simple accommodation booking experience.
Step 1 – Accept your offer
You can only book your accommodation if you've received an offer from us (either conditional or unconditional) and firmly accepted it.
If you haven't responded to your offer, if you've put Leeds Trinity down as your insurance choice, or if you've declined your offer, you won't be able to book.
If Leeds Trinity University is your insurance choice, or if you apply through clearing, you'll still be able to book your accommodation once you've accepted your offer from us.
Step 2 – Set up your accommodation account
If you have firmly accepted your offer, you will receive an email from our accommodation team which will include details of how to set up an online account so that you can book your accommodation. That's all there is to it.
If you don't think you've received your booking email, take a look in your spam or junk folder first (and add firstname.lastname@example.org to your trusted contacts list so you'll receive future emails from us). If it's not there, get in touch with our accommodation team and they'll resend it to you.
Step 3 – Pick your accommodation
Leeds Trinity University offers eight different on-campus accommodation options of varying cost, size and available facilities. When booking your room, you will be shown the available options and asked to choose and book a specific room type.
To be in with the best chance of getting your preferred choice, make sure you firmly accept your offer from us as soon as possible to avoid disappointment if our halls of residence fill up.
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Every effort will be made to ensure that your room allocation and type of accommodation is suitable for your needs.
If you have a disability, it's important that you share this in detail when you complete your booking form.
To helps us to make any adjustments to support you during your study, we ask that you make further contact with our accommodation team to discuss everything you may need. We may also request written confirmation from an appropriate professional.
Step 4 – Review your accommodation booking
When booking online you will be asked to agree to our terms and conditions, this forms part of your contract for halls of residence.
You will receive a confirmation by email once you have accepted.
A bond of £250 must be made at the time of booking in order to secure your accommodation booking, and a deadline for payment will be given depending on the time of booking.
Step 5 – What’s next?
You will receive a confirmation email once your booking is complete. We’ll be in touch again closer to the start of the academic year, with more information on moving in and what to bring with you.
We can’t wait to see you on campus and we're here to answer any more of your accommodation questions. Contact our accommodation team through email@example.com or call 0113 283 7112 Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm.