Leeds Trinity University's accommodation team work hard to ensure all first-year students get the best possible outcome when applying for the university's accommodation.
When do I apply for Halls of Residence?
Accommodation applications are opening soon.
You can only apply 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 apply.
How do I apply?
If you have firmly accepted your offer, you will receive an email from our accommodation team.
This email will include details of how to set up an online account so that you can apply.
That's all there is to it.
If you achieve the conditions of your offer, then all that's that left for you to do is pick up the keys to your new home when you arrive here in September!
Do I need to pay anything upfront?
A bond of £250 must be made at the time of booking in order to secure your room, and a deadline for payment will be given depending on the time of your application.
What if I accept Leeds Trinity as my insurance choice or apply through Clearing?
Don't worry, you'll still be able to apply for accommodation once you've accepted your offer from us.
Accommodation is always allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
To be in with the best chance of getting your first choice hall of residence, make sure you firmly accept your offer from us as soon as possible.
Your accommodation contract
When applying 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.
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 application form.
When you do this, you'll be asked whether you would like to keep this information confidential or disclose it with the relevant staff through our Disability Co-ordinator.
This helps us to make any adjustments to support you during your study. We may also request written confirmation from an appropriate professional.