Accommodation for incoming first years is available on our DCU Glasnevin & DCU St Patricks Campus.
Applications will remain open until midnight on Wednesday, 14th of August 2019. We are aiming to allocate the rooms on Monday, 26th of August and all applicants (whether they are successful or unsuccessful in the lottery) will be notified by email.
Please click 'Apply Now' in the top right corner of the page to create your application.
DCU Glasnevin Campus
The Glasnevin Campus offers two styles of accommodation for first-year students. Larkfield Apartments and Hampstead Apartments. The residences are served by a central reception, run by Campus Residences DAC. On-campus accommodation is available to full-time DCU students.
Larkfield Apartments has 125 units, each with two single bedrooms and a shared shower room and kitchenette. Each bedroom has a study desk, fixed line and wifi internet access (cable not provided).
The Hampstead complex has 61 comfortable apartments each with five bedrooms (each bedroom with private bathroom) and a shared living/kitchen/dining area.
Each apartment comprises of four single ensuite rooms and one double ensuite room for single occupancy.
Each bedroom has a study area with both WIFI and fixed-line broadband internet access (cable not provided). A telephone (incoming calls only) is provided in the living area of the apartment
DCU St. Patrick's Campus
St. Patrick's College accommodation is single room occupancy, with a single bed, study desk, fixed-line internet access (cable not provided), bookshelves, wardrobe and wash hand basin. Students share bathroom facilities with several students on their floor. Each house has a common room and kitchen facility.
The accommodation is self-catering. Each kitchen is fitted with the following: electric hobs, fridge, freezer, microwave oven, water boiler and built-in storage units. The common rooms consist of seating areas with coffee tables and WIFI access.
For further information contact:
Campus Residences DAC
Dublin City University
Dublin 9, Ireland
Tel: 00353 1 700 5736
Fax: 00353 1 700 5777