In order to apply for priority for student housing, appeal against termination decisions or established ruled, send a written application to the Housing Committee.
The Housing Committee consists of a chairman and five elected students and meet about once a month.
You can apply for an exemption or appeal a decision due to:
It is your responsibility as a tenant to demonstrate, through relevant certificates, that you are entitled to an exemption from the study requirement. The reasons stated in the application must be well-documented and official certificates. The certificates must show that you have not passed the study requirement due to stated reasons.
Information on what certificates you need to attach can be found on the application form.
If you have special and strong reasons, priority in our housing queue can be granted. Preferably, it concerns medical and social reasons as well as functional impairment that is substantiated by a medical certificate or the like. Reasons such as being pregnant, overcrowded living situation, homeless, long distances to/from your school is not a reason to apply for priority. You have no guarantee that you will receive the kind of residence you wish if you are granted a priority.
You can find the priority application form and information about what certificates you need to attach here.
What happens if my application gets rejected?
If you receive a rejection, you can appeal that decision to the Appeal Board. You have 10 working days to appeal after a decision has been made. More information about how you appeal can be found in the decision from the Housing Committee.