Who can apply for accommodation in halls?
Registered students and offer holders at LSE, and their partner or child where applicable.
How do I make an application for accommodation?
To apply for accommodation, you will need to create an account on Hallpad, the system we use administer your halls application. You will need your:
Student ID or UCAS number
Date of birth
Once you have registered, you can apply for accommodation and track the status of your application online.
To access Hallpad, visit: Hallpad
Applicants should ensure that their application form reflects choices that they’re willing to accept. If you tick “Yes” on the application form, to state that you will accept another hall not on your initial selection, you may be offered a place in a hall outside of your express preference.
After submitting your application, there are occasions where we share or use limited personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Act, 1998. To view our Data Protection Statement, visit: Data Protection Statement
Accommodation for the next academic year
Applications are not yet open for 2017/2018.
Applications are expected to open in early 2017.
If you would like to receive an email once accommodation applications open, please request this via our Contact us form.
Accommodation for the current academic year
From time to time, rooms may become available during the academic year.
For a list of current vacancies open to full time LSE students, visit:
Current and upcoming vacancies in LSE halls of residence 2016-2017
Summer vacation accommodation
Limited accommodation is available to students who wish to stay in halls during the summer for valid academic reasons.
Summer vacation applications will open during Lent Term 2017.
This page will be updated with further information once the opening date for applications has been confirmed.