Student Accommodation Management Process

Student Accommodation Management is the process of managing UCL's residential properties, providing catered and self-catering accommodation to students during the academic year and to conference organisers, summer schools, groups and individual travellers during vacations.

Useful Systems

  • StarRez Administration Client
    StarRez Administration Client
  • Student Accommodation Online Services
    Student Accommodation Online Services
StarRez Administration Client
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Student Accommodation Online Services
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StarRez Administration Client

StarRez is used by Residences to administer the student accommodation process. It can be used to make offers, monitor student progress through offer acceptance, check in residence and manage financial transactions. It is a third party application and must be installed on your local machine. See the launch link for more information.

Student Accommodation Online Services

This system is used by students to apply and respond to offers for University accommodation, as well as other related activities such as reviewing the condition of items in the accommodation, requesting linen packs and reporting maintenance problems.

Process Context

Process Owner

  • Student Accommodation manages UCL's residential properties, providing catered and self-catering accommodation.

Student Accommodation Management FAQ

Standalone Portal links for testing links

To access the live and user acceptance testing (UAT) portals in standalone mode, use one of the links below.

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