Clearing and Adjustment
Students applying for 2021/22 accommodation
We know that you are excited and also maybe a little nervous to get your results this year, but don’t worry as we have everything covered if you choose to accept a course at The University of Sheffield and come to live in our official university accommodation.
If you accept an offer through Clearing and Adjustments by 9 September 2021, we'll guarantee you accommodation in our University Owned accommodation. You must apply by 9 September 2021 to ensure that you get your place reserved.
How do I apply for accommodation?
As soon as you get your Clearing and Adjustment offer from the University of Sheffield and accept this offer in writing, the Admissions Team will send you an email confirming your place.
The only place to live
The university accommodation is quite simply the only place to be during your first year as we have the largest student community in Sheffield with students from across the world. The Residence Life team will be on hand to support you throughout your time in the residences plus we offer over 4000 free events and activities across the year for you to get involved with.
What type of rooms are available?
The rooms that will be available for Clearing and Adjustments are en-suite rooms at Ranmoor/Endcliffe and City. Here you can take a look around on our 360 virtual tours: http://accommodation360.shef.ac.uk/view/ranmoorendcliffe/ensuitebedroom
When can I book my room?
To book your accommodation, firstly you’ll need to set up your MUSE account. You’ll receive an email from ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ which will invite you to create your account.
Once you have created your MUSE account, it can take up to 48 hours for your information to be passed over to the Accommodation Team.
The cascading of information as a part of Clearing and Adjustments is an automated process - Unfortunately, the Accommodation Team are unable to expedite the process.
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