Students applying to the Halls
will be allocated an accommodation based on the prevailing Residence Admission Scheme (RAS)
admission criteria. Please refer to the links below for more information.
Residence Admission Scheme (RAS)
Participating Groups for RAS in AY2019/20
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for RAS in AY20/21
Below is the timeline for RAS:-
|9 Dec 2019
||OSA (Student Organisations) will send email invite to official and active Societies and Interest Groups registered with OSA to participate in RAS.
|By 17 Jan 2020
||Societies and Interest Groups who are interested to participate in RAS, have to meet the criteria and submit the required documents, which are mentioned in the RAS Terms and Conditions.
|By end of Jan 2020
||OSA (Student Organisations) will send email to inform Societies and Interest Groups, who have submitted their required documents by 17 Jan 2020, on their outcome for their RAS application.
|By early Feb 2020
||OSA (Hostel Admission Services) will send email to inform participating RAS groups to submit their nomination list.
|13 Mar 2020
||Deadline for submission of nomination list from participating RAS groups.
|17 Mar 2020
||Deadline for students nominated by the participating RAS groups to submit their hostel application for Residences at the hostel application portal (https://uhms.nus.edu.sg/students).
|27 Mar 2020
||OSA (Hostel Admission Services) will send email to inform the nominees (who have submitted their hostel application for Residences by 17 Mar 2020) on their results for hostel application. Alternatively, students can also check their hostel application outcome at the hostel application portal (https://uhms.nus.edu.sg/students).
|31 Mar 2020
||Deadline for acceptance of offer and payment of SGD200 acceptance fee for students who have been offered hostel stay in the Residences.
Students who wish to apply for a room in the Colleges will first need to apply and be accepted into the Ridge View Residential College Programme (RVRCP), University Town College Programme (UTCP) or University Scholars Programme (USP). For programme application windows and the application process, please refer to RVRC, UTRC and USP websites respectively. Students wishing to stay in their desired accommodation are expected to meet the prevailing admission criteria. Failing which, they will be randomly selected and allocated based on availability. Unless stated otherwise, the default selection criteria are based on random selection and availability.
Students on Leave of Absence during the first 2 years will no longer be guaranteed and are required to submit an appeal for accommodation. The appeal will be reviewed and subject to approval by Office of Student Affairs.
Overseas SEP/NOC students are not assured of accommodation upon their return to NUS. Allocation will be based on the prevailing admission criteria.
Singapore PR student will be processed as a Singaporean applicant.
2nd year – International Students (excluding Singapore PR)
Students are assured of an accommodation in year 2 of their studies in NUS subject to the submission of a valid hostel application. This is only valid for semester 1 applications submitted within the stipulated exercise periods. Students who are unable to secure an accommodation via the prevailing admission criteria will be processed last and randomly allocated based on availability.
International students (who are in their third year onwards) wishing to stay in the halls or residences are expected to meet the prevailing admission criteria.