Trinity Hall is an official residence of Trinity College that is recommended for all students but particularly for new entrants to College. There is a vibrant sense of community at Trinity Hall with an active Junior Common Room which organises a diverse range of activities making the Hall an ideal place to make friends and get acquainted. But there are more than the social activities to consider as Trinity Hall is organised as an academic community with the appropriate supports and just the right amount of reasonable regulation.
In the Autumn of 2020, Trinity Hall will start an exciting redevelopment project on one of its older residences, prospective residents are advised that there will be some level of noise, and construction traffic to be expected during the works; and some communal facilities will not be available to residents during the duration of the project.
Residential Room Applications for 2020/21 Academic Term
View the most commonly asked FAQ’s from Accommodation applicants by clicking here and reading under CAO Students
Applications for Trinity Hall will be open from 30th March – 11th May 2020 for new entrants to college. We anticipate that provisional offers to CAO students will be extended at the start of June 2020.
Applications made after 11th May will not be reviewed until after the First Round of CAO offers made in August.
Please note important information below:
CAO students – Your full name and your CAO number must match those used in your CAO application. Any discrepancies/errors in your name and CAO number may lead to your accommodation application being incorrectly reviewed. For example, if your full name has been registered in an ENG format in your CAO application, it must be in the ENG format in your application. If you have used your full name in an IRL format, this must be in the Irish format in your accommodation application.
NON-EU students and deferred students – If you have been provided with a TCD student number, you MUST apply through TCD student stream rather than CAO applicant stream. To do this, ensure that you register your account by completing the “Students with a Trinity College ID” fields. Failure to apply through the correct stream may lead to your accommodation application being incorrectly reviewed.
Applications under Special Considerations – If you are seeking accommodation on the grounds of a disability, illness or other extenuating circumstances, please ensure that you complete a Special Considerations Form. These forms will be accepted until 11th May. Application received after this date will not be accepted.
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. Please note only registered students are granted 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. Click here for the Step by Step Guide to setting up an account. 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:
Who can apply to stay at Trinity Hall, Dartry?
Please click on the apply for a room button on this page to begin your application