How to Apply
Applications for accommodation are now open, please click here to apply.
In order to apply for accommodation you need your student number, if you do not have this please contact student records on 01904 772211.
Applications are via an online booking system and all communications will be by means of email so please make sure you check yours regularly once you have applied.
After applying for accommodation you must pay a £300 security bond, this is payable by 31 August 2017. This fee is converted into the deposit which is used to pay for any damages, unpaid fees or losses incurred by Askham Bryan College during the occupation of the room. Students who are returning into accommodation and have already paid a bond can have this carried over to the next year.
Once you have made an application the accommodation team will assess it to make sure you are eligible for accommodation (please see our FAQ page for detailed information on eligibility). If you are eligible you will be contacted in July with the offer of a room which you need to accept, you will then be sent a License agreement to sign and return to College, if you are under 18 your parent / guardian and guarantor will also need to sign the accommodation agreement.
You will then be sent an invoice in August 2017 detailing the full amount due and what the pre-payment amount is.
If you have any financial queries please contact our Finance Team on 01904 772203.
We cannot guarantee a specific room or room type but we will try to accommodate any preferences wherever possible.
If we have insufficient accommodation we will give priority to students who live the furthest away from College as per our residential policy. Any student who is unsuccessful in obtaining a room at this stage will be placed on a waiting list.
Accommodation is offered for the academic year only and is subject to the terms and conditions of occupation which must be signed prior to the student moving into the room. Students in College accommodation are expected to abide by these rules and parents of students aged under 18 are also asked to read the College Residential Agreement and confirm they also understand the rules.
Please be aware that accommodation for both FE and HE students is for term time only. Higher Education students will not have access to their rooms outside published College term dates so during Christmas and Summer holidays they will be asked to clear their rooms completely.
Students studying Further Education courses will be required to clear their rooms at Christmas, Easter and Summer and also during half terms in October, February and May. If their rooms are not cleared and permission has not been given by the Accommodation department for the student to leave their belongings in the room, then a charge will be applied for the duration of the holiday period. If the student’s course requires them to attend a placement or other course related activity during the holiday the student will need to book a room with the Accommodation department in advance, the additional cost will be charged to the student. They may still be required to clear their room and reside in a different room during the holiday period.
We will contact you in August with full details about moving in but your moving in date will depend on your circumstances, please see the below table for more details:
|What course are you starting in September 2017?||When can I move into Accommodation?|
|Any new course. This includes students who have never studied at the College before.||Sunday 10th September|
|You’re studying at Askham Bryan and are progressing from a Level 2 Course to a Level 3 course.||Sunday 10th September|
|You’re studying at Askham Bryan and are progressing from a Level 3 Course to a Degree Course||Sunday 10th September|
|You’re studying at Askham Bryan and are moving from the first year of a Level 3 course to the second year of a Level 3 Course||Sunday 17th September|
|You’re studying at Askham Bryan and are moving from the first year of a Degree course to the second year of a Degree Course||Sunday 17th September|
We will ask everyone who’s surname begins A – M to come in the morning between 10am and 12am and everyone who’s surname begins N – Z to come between 1pm and 3pm.
When you come to collect your keys you will also be enrolling onto your academic course, you will be sent further information from the Student Records Team in relation to what you need to bring with you.