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Further notes (3) Applicants with additional requirements


Please provide details of any additional needs when you complete your on line accommodation application. Purpose built facilities for students with additional needs are available.


Students with a disability as defined by the Disability Discrimination Act (1995) Disabled students in any of the priority groups as detailed above who request that they be given a higher allocation priority or that adjustments are made to meet their needs must contact the Co-ordinator for Students with Disabilities for their faculty as early as possible in the allocations process. The Co-ordinator may require additional information about the student and, where feasible, may advise the student to visit the University so that their requirement can be determined. The Co-ordinator for Students with Disabilities may liaise with appropriate members of staff on the student’s behalf.


Where disabled students require personal full-time assistance, the University will also provide suitable residential accommodation for the student’s helper(s).


Students in special circumstances Students in any of the priority groups as detailed above who, because of a medical condition or other special circumstances, wish to request that they be given a higher allocation priority may indicate this during the on line application process. Standard deadline dates apply. The Head of Residential Allocations may, with the consent of the student, request information or medical evidence from the student’s general practitioner/advocate.


Care leavers Students who will be leaving care to enter study with the University of Hertfordshire are prioritised for University accommodation in their first year of study. Standard deadline dates apply.


With all applications for students with Additional requirements, standard deadline dates apply.


Parking At the de Havilland Campus students are not permitted to bring cars on to the campus or into any of the adjacent residential areas. This is a condition of occupation and failure to comply will result in the student being required to leave University accommodation.


At the College Lane Campus students may bring cars but must purchase a parking permit for the Halls of Residence.


The car parking fee for 2012/13 is £130 per year. The fees are reviewed annually.


Smoking Policy in University


accommodation Smoking is not permitted in any University owned or managed accommodation


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