The tenancy agreement is a so-called campus contract. This contract requires that you must vacate the student accommodation at most six months after you stop studying.
This is to prevent graduates or tenants who have ended their studies from staying too long in student accommodation and so preventing others from moving up the student housing ladder. By signing the campus contract, you are giving the housing corporation permission to check annually whether you are still registered with an education institution.
You must meet the following conditions before you can sign a tenancy agreement for student accommodation:
- You can demonstrate that you are a full-time student at an MBO school, HBO school or university, for example with a student card or a proof of enrolment with an education institution;
- You can demonstrate your ties with the region, for example with your student card or a proof of enrolment with an education institution. Prospective first-year students with a tenancy agreement from 1 June or later need only submit a proof of enrolment;
Please note: The housing corporation can set additional requirements. This will be indicated in the advertisement.