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ACCOMMODATION


For many students, starting college brings the first taste of independence and the experience of living away from home and while this is an exciting and enjoyable time, it also brings new challenges such as cooking for yourself, doing your own laundry, as well as getting yourself out of bed on time every morning for college!


But choosing your college accommodation is also an important decision. Moving away from home is a big step and your accommodation is your home away from home for much of the year, so finding the right place to live where you will feel safe and free to study, relax and socialise with friends is essential for a happy college experience. Some student accommodation is located in residential neighbourhoods and students are asked to be respectful of their neighbours and the local communities in which they reside.


To assist students in locating suitable accommodation, LIT’s Accommodation office in Limerick operates on a part-time basis throughout the academic year, except for six weeks beginning in August; when the office is open on a full-time basis. The service is provided on an inspect and select basis, where you receive a list of housing from which you select suitable accommodation. All arrangements are made between the landlord and the students.


Limerick Accommodation Digs/Lodging


Where a student chooses to board with a family, the approximate costs (based on 2014/2015) are as follows (partial board and evening meal):


Single room: 5 days €120 Twin room: 5 days €60


Single room: 7 days €180 Twin room: 7 days €100


Self-catering: Share a house/flat with others


Where a student chooses to share a house/flat with others, share all other facilities and share all bills equally, the approximate costs are: Single room: €65 - €75 room only (per student sharing a house) Twin room: €63 - €65 per person sharing


Managed Student Accommodation: Purpose built for LIT


Cratloe Wood Village (beside Moylish), Old Cratloe Road, Limerick. Tel: 061 451522


Email: info@cratloewood.com Web: www.cratloewood.com


Thomond Student Village (beside Moylish), Old Cratloe Road, Limerick. Tel: 061 324644


Email: info@groveisland.com Email: info@thomondvillage.com Web: www.thomondvillage.com


Grove Island Student Village (adjacent to LSAD, Clare Street), Corbally, Limerick. Tel: 061 349083


Tipperary Accommodation


LIT’s campuses in Thurles and Clonmel produce a comprehensive accommodation list for incoming students each year. Accommodation ranges from house and apartments to ‘digs’ where a student boards with a family. Accommodation listings are available from the Students’ Union or at www.lit.ie. Available accommodation listings are also posted in the local newspapers each week.


Self-Catering: Share a house/flat with others


A single room in self-catering accommodation costs approximately €50-60 per week. Digs/Lodging


Where a student chooses to board with a family, the approximate costs (based on 2015/2016) are as follows (with breakfast and evening meal):


Single room: 5 days €120 Single room: 7 days €180


Note: all accommodation is privately owned and the Institute is not responsible for any agreements between tenants and landlords. For further information on LIT’s accommodation service contact: Limerick: Lily Goggin Tel: 061 293135 Tipperary: Colm Skehan Tel: 0504 28022


Email: lily.goggin@lit.ie Email: su_thurles@student.lit.ie > 14 Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 Web: www.groveisland.com


Accommodation


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