How do my hall fee payments work?

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If you are moving into halls, you will have three steps to complete:

  • Sign your e-licence agreement within five days of receiving your room offer.
  • Pay £150 advanced residence fee with five working days of signing your e-licence agreement.
  • Arrange payment of your halls fees within five working days of signing your e-licence agreement.

You can pay your hall fees online with a debit or credit card in one of two ways:

Pay in full. Pay the total upfront in one instalment.*

Pay in three instalments. You can set up a Recurring Card Payment (RCP) so that your halls fees will be taken in three equal instalments.

*Please note: Hall fees discount previously offered to those who pay in full is no longer available.

Most students choose to pay their fees in three instalments as this coincides with student funding payments.

If you intend to pay your accommodation fees with your student funding, please note that once you are registered onto your course, your first instalment will be received in three to five working days.

In the event that you need to make an additional payment outside of your payment plan, use Online Payment Portal

Student loans are paid in three instalments at the start of each term. If you are not on the standard 40 week contract or started your contract in the middle of the academic year, please contact the Halls Fees team, for information regarding payment arrangements. The total balance due for the duration of your licence agreement (40 weeks or agreed fixed term) is divided into three equal instalments, unless you pay in full.

The 3 instalments coincide with your Student Loan payments to make managing your finances easier, if you are experiencing financial hardship please reach out to the Money Advice Team who can offer advice. For queries about your payments or schedule, please contact our Hall Fees Team via hallfeesteam@edgehill.ac.uk, or give them a call on 01695 657 560.  

  • Last Updated 31,05,2024
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  • Answered By Russell Hagan

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