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One of the first issues for an incoming Trinity College student is finding somewhere to live. We recommend that you start your search early, and consider various accommodation options.

Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall is a large, friendly complex, situated 4km from the city centre in Dartry. Halls accommodates nearly 1,000 students in shared apartments comprised of ensuite single or twin rooms.

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How to apply:

Provisional applications for September 2023 are now closed.

You will have another opportunity to apply for a room in Halls after CAO offers are published.

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Junior Common Room:

A unique aspect of life in Trinity Hall is the presence of the Junior Common Room (JCR) team. The JCR are second years who lived in Halls as Freshers, and who work to help you make the most of your time in Dartry. From organising nights out, to arranging international trips, to offering welfare supports, click the link below to learn more about how the JCR can support you!

Trinity Hall JCR

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 tenancy resources. For more information, visit the Service's website (, email, or visit the Students' Union Front Office in House 6 weekdays between 9.30am and 5.00pm.

You may also wish to consult TCDSU's 'Living in Dublin Guide' for advice not only about accommodation, but also about living in Ireland's capital more generally.

TCDSU Living in Dublin Guide

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.