The deadline for applications for accommodation is now closed. Any applications received now will be placed on waiting list. Make your application online.
The application process
Before you can apply you will need to register with your email address and Goldsmiths student reference number (this will be on the email we sent you). Make sure you use an email address that you check regularly as this will be how we update you about the status of your application. If you have applied for accommodation in a previous academic session then you will need to log in with the email address and password used to register previously. If you have forgotten your password please use the Password Reset Guide (PDF) to reset your password.
2. Apply online
Complete and submit an online application for accommodation. When you have successfully submitted an application you’ll receive an automated acknowledgement email.
3. Wait to hear from us
If you’re allocated a place in our halls of residence we’ll let you know via email. This email will contain information about how to accept your place, how to agree to the terms of the contract, and how to pay a deposit if applicable.
You can find out more about the application process on our FAQs page
How we allocate places
We will start sending accommodation offers from July to unconditional firm applicants, but the majority of accommodation offers will be confirmed and sent after 18 August 2016, after A-level results are announced. Unconditional firm and conditional firm applicants will be allocated places based on the date they have applied, among other factors.
We will start sending accommodation offers from July to unconditional firm applicants. From then onwards we’ll contact students after their application status changes from Ccnditional firm to unconditional firm.
Reserve list and waiting list
If you apply for accommodation before the deadline but aren’t initially offered a place in halls (including postgraduates whose status changes from conditional firm to unconditional firm after 18 August), we’ll put you on our reserve list. If you miss the deadline, or if you’re already living within London (all zones), we’ll put you on a waiting list.
If you’re not allocated a place in halls, don’t worry – there are a range of alternative accommodation options, and we can assist you with finding somewhere suitable.
If places in halls subsequently become available we prioritise people on the reserve list. We’re usually able to move on to housing people on this list by the start of term. After this we start housing people who are on the waiting list, and are usually able to do this by the end of the first term.