Self-Isolating International Students Must Pay for Trinity Accommodation – The University Times

Students coming from non-greenlist countries due to be moving into Trinity accommodation will have to quarantine for two weeks at their own expense.

Students returning to Trinity from outside Ireland must arrive by September 7th in order to comply with the two-week mandatory self-isolation before term starts.

The rate charged for the additional two weeks will be the standard one. The new rule applies to campus accommodation and Trinity Hall.


For a student living in Goldsmith Hall, this will amount to €438.86 for the two weeks.

A daily meal delivery service will also be available for students to purchase.

In an email statement to The University Times, Catherine O’Mahony, a Trinity media relations officer, said: “All early arrivals at Trinity-owned accommodation will incur a cost regardless of the reason.”

However, residents at Kavanagh Court will not have to pay rent for their two-week isolation. Uninest, which owns Kavanagh Court and

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