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Booking Complete

Thank you for booking your accommodation.

 You should receive an email confirmation with a copy of your contract attached as well as an email confirmation of your payment receipt. You can review the status of your booking by logging back into the Student Portal and selecting 'Review Completing Booking'. 

Find your Flatmates

We have set up Facebook groups to help you find flatmates before you arrive. Remember that students receive their course offers at different times so your flat may not fill immediately, keep checking back throughout the year.

Unsure what flat and room number you booked? Your flat and room number are listed on your tenancy agreement, for example TS31-1 would be Trinity Square flat 31, room 1.

 

Moving In

You can move into your room from your contract start date. To ensure a speedy check-in, we will send you an email prompting you to book an arrival slot closer to the time.  

Finance

Most students pay rent in 3 installments. The invoice outlining the installment amounts and their due dates should appear on your student portal (in the Finance section) shortly after you move in. If you would like to set up a recurring card payment for the installments to go out automatically, you can do so through the University payments portal.

 

Useful Documents

 

Sport Central Fitness Membership

Keeping active on campus is easy with a Sport Central Fitness Membership. Based at the centre of city campus our Fitness Membership gives you much more than just a gym! With over 60 classes a week, access to the swimming pool, sauna and steam room. 

To find out more and keep up to date with sport at Northumbria visit www.northumbriasport.com and download the NorthumbriaSport app.

 


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