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What do I need to do to claim priority?

If you meet the requirements, the applicable priority scheme will automatically be linked to your registration. You cannot add, modify or remove priority schemes yourself.

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Why do I not see the chance of success anymore in the housing advertisements?

The chance of success was always shown next to the accommodation offers in order to give students an idea about their chances of finding a suitable student accommodation.

The chance of success compares your accumulated waiting time and potential priority arrangements to those of all the other students who have been registered. The chance of success proved to be inaccurate, because students are not deregistered after accepting an accommodation. As such, the system also took into account the waiting time of students who had been registered for a number of years, but who were no longer actively looking for an accommodation.

For this reason we have decided to remove the chance of success next to the accommodation advertisements. Your preliminary position, which remains visible, is a better indication of whether or not you are eligible for a particular accommodation.

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When am I eligible for accommodation (campus contract) in Haarlem?

You are eligible for accommodation (campus contract) in Haarlem if you are a fulltime student at MBO level or higher.

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What is the student housing ladder?

As a student you can move up the student housing ladder. This entails that, for example, as a first-year student you may start off in a guest house, then move into a room in a student flat and then finally move into self-contained accommodation as a senior student. Accepting student accommodation will not affect your registration with Studentenwoningweb. In this manner you can continue to accumulate waiting time for better, larger or self-contained student accommodation.

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What is the difference between self-contained and shared accommodation?

Self-contained accommodation has its own private entrance and facilities, such as its own kitchen, shower, toilet and living room.
Shared accommodation involves sharing various facilities with a number of flatmates, for example if you have a room in a student flat or house.

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