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Located in the heart of the city, on-campus housing is located in either the historic buildings in the centre of the campus or in more modern developments further east. Trinity’s iconic campus gives students an opportunity to experience a unique and memorable housing experience in the beautiful environs of the 400-year-old university.

 

Goldsmith Hall Bedroom Apartments are mostly 4/5 bedrooms (there are however a small number of larger apartments), 2 bathrooms and a kitchen/living room. Network connections and television points (within living room) available. Central heating. On the student online application system, these rooms are listed as Apartment Singles.

Pearse Street These rooms comprise single study bedrooms with a private bathroom. Network connections are available, there is no television point, and heating is storage heating. On the student online application system, all single rooms are listed as Ensuite Singles, with the four double sets listed as Apartment Singles.

Graduate Memorial Building These rooms comprise single study bedrooms with a private bathroom. Network connections and television points are available. There is central heating in the GMB. On the student online application system, these rooms are listed as Ensuite Singles.

Botany Bay Bedroom Shared apartment with two single bedrooms, living room/kitchen area, shower/toilet. Also, some shared apartments with three single bedrooms, living room/kitchen area, shower/toilet. Network connections and television points available plus central heating. On the student online application system, these rooms are listed as Apartment Singles.

Front Square & New Square Newly refurbished ensuite apartments ranging from two to five bedrooms each with a kitchen/living room. In Front Square, apartments with two bedrooms are adapted for universal access. The five bedroomed apartment consists of four singles and one twin room. Network connections and television points (in living room) are available. Central heating. On the student online application system, these rooms are listed as Apartment Singles.

Current Student Full time degree students may apply for a room on campus or at Trinity Hall for the following academic year during the application period, dates to be published.Generally, undergraduates entering their final year and postgraduates reading for degrees by research will be prioritised for residential accommodation. In addition, a small number of first year students residing at Trinity Hall will be offered rooms for a second year at Trinity Hall. Students studying part-time or diploma courses are not eligible for College accommodation. How to Apply Current students who wish to apply for accommodation must make an online application. If you have not already set up an account to apply for accommodation you must set-up the account before being able to log-in. Part of the account set up process involves clicking on a confirmation code that will be included in an email that will be sent to you. Before making an application it is recommended that you do the following:

  • Consider what is the most appropriate location and room type for your circumstances. Allocation quotas for 2019/20 PDF
  • Visit the Accommodation web pages to find details of the types of rooms and facilities that are available and to see the rental rates that apply.
  • If your application is on the basis of a significant medical disability or other similar special consideration view the relevant information on these webpages.
  • The online application includes a personal statement. It is recommended that you write a few short paragraphs as a personal statement highlighting your talents and interests and outlining the contribution you will make to Trinity by living in residences.

Trinity has limited accommodation for single members of staff on campus and for staff with families at Trinity Hall. The accommodation mainly consists of single bedroom apartments with lounge/kitchen. Connections to the Trinity IT network is provided in all accommodation.

In the allocation of accommodation on campus, priority is given to Fellows of the College and assistant Junior Deans. Thereafter, accommodation is normally offered to staff moving to Trinity from abroad.

Applications for single staff accommodation may be made on this form which should be returned to the Accommodation Office on campus or emailed to residences@tcd.ie

Room Types

There are a number of single ensuite rooms available on the main Campus. At Trinity Hall there are a small number of rooms suitable for family accommodation (both staff and students).

Eligibility

The allocation of staff rooms on campus is the responsibility of the Senior Dean. The Warden is responsible for the allocation of rooms at Trinity Hall. In the allocation of accommodation on campus priority is given to Fellows of the College and assistant Junior Deans. Thereafter, accommodation is normally offered to staff moving to Trinity from abroad.

Contact : Campus

Hazel Kinmonth

Staff Licences

Residential licences for staff may be found at the following links:

Goldsmith Hall

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€3,730
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€3,824

Pearse Street

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€2,954
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€3,028

GMB, Front Square, Botany Bay, New Square

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€4,062
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€4,164

Goldsmith Hall

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€3,926
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€4,025

Pearse Street

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€3,149
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€3,229

GMB, Front Square, Botany Bay, New Square

SEP 4 - DEC 31
€4,258
JAN 1 - MAY 2
€4,365

Application Process

Who can apply to stay here?

  • Full Degree Full-Time students only where the Degree is being delivered by Trinity
  • All Final Year Students
  • All Scholars other than those in their first year of scholarship.
  • All Postgraduates

Please click on the apply for a room button on this page to begin your application