One of the first issues for an incoming Trinity College student is finding somewhere to live. There are a large number of rooms available for first year undergraduate students at the University residence at Trinity Hall.
For those of you who were not successful in obtaining a room in Trinity Hall, there are still some rooms available in Kavanagh Court, a brand new, state of the art student accommodation centre fifteen minutes walk from Trinity and including a gym, parking and a roof terrace!
Trinity Hall is a large, friendly complex with its own Junior Common Room which organises many social activities and outings. Situated 4km from the city centre, Trinity Hall accommodates over 1,000 students in shared single or twin apartments.More Information
How to apply:
Applications for all Trinity College accommodation are made on line. In order to apply you must have your Trinity College Student ID number. Once you have been accepted to study at Trinity you will receive an official letter of offer which will include this number (which will take the form of 17xxxxxx). Please note that you may not apply online until you have accepted your place.Apply Here
Trinity Hall Open Days 2017
Trinity Hall Open Days will take place on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th August 2017. If you are thinking of applying for a room in Trinity Hall, make sure to come along to have a look at the accommodation and get a feel for the place.Open Days Information
Accommodation Advisory Service
For those of you not looking for a room in Trinity Hall, the Students Union operate an Accommodation Advisory Service where you can find accommodation listings as well as information on how to go about signing leases and other landlord tenant information. It is located in the Students' Union Front Office in House 6 and is open from Monday to Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm. It is also open Saturdays from 9.30am to 13.30pm. The service is open to students until the middle of October. As well as free internet access and accommodation listings, the service will also provide information on setting up bank accounts, getting a PPS number, your student travel card and other necessary information to help students new to Dublin orient themselves.
Even if you are hoping to get a room in Trinity Hall, please look privately as well, at least until the room allocations are announced. It is difficult to find places to rent in Dublin and the earlier you start looking, the better.
For more information you can contact the Students' Union Welfare Officer and the Accommodation Advisory Service team on firstname.lastname@example.org, by Twitter on @TCD_AAS or visit the website.