If you specify the student number of the person you wish to be your room mate in your online application form, which you will complete via SIS, we will do our best to meet your request based on our available capacity and the order of priority. Please note that the person you wish to be your room mate must also identify you as his/her preferred room mate, and the order of your room preferences must be the same. Room mate requests are met only when all of the requesters are assigned to the same room type. Depending on the room type, the number of room mates to be requested may vary. (For instance, in a case where three friends wish to stay together in a 3-person room, each of these friends must specify each other as their preferred room mates, and also must satisfy the other requirements listed above in order to be eligible to stay together.)
As specified in the 2019 OSYS Higher Education Programs and Quotas Guide, if you are admitted to Özyeğin University with full tuition waiver by listing OzU among your top six choices, and ranking among the top 1,000 students in Turkey in the score type of the program in which you are placed, you are granted free on-campus housing in a Double Suit for single occupancy with bathroom (in Dorm 4-5). If you rank between the top 1,001 and 5,000 students, your housing scholarship will provide exemption from the lowest room rate. In other words, you will be granted free on-campus housing in a Triple room with shared bath (in Dorm 1-3). Students may also stay in a different type of room by paying the difference between the housing fees of the room their scholarships grants and the room they prefer.
Check-in and check-out dates are determined by Accommodation Services Management annually based on the academic calendar. Students who are admitted to the dormitories can check in their rooms after duly completing their dormitory registrations, signing the necessary forms, and submitting the required documents within the dates announced by the Accommodation Services Management. The checkout dates are announced to students at the end of each semester. Students may also check out from the dormitories at any time during the academic year at their own discretion for various reasons by completing the necessary checkout procedures.
Should there be any available capacity in the dormitories, late applications may be invited for students who have missed the application deadline. Students are informed via either MyOzU or their OzU emails about late applications.
Students must renew their documents each year, even if they submitted their documents in the previous year. Documents must be submitted to Accommodation Services Management on the move-in they.Failure to submit required documents will result in being disqualified to check in the dormitories.
Students who attend the summer school, or complete their summer internships, or participate in on-campus projects may stay in our dormitories. However, admission of students who complete their internships or participate in on-campus projects is subject to the approval of their faculties. The application period and requirements for the summer term are announced to students via email.
You will be refunded for the down payment and the security deposit you paid to the University. Refunds will be deposited into the bank account that you provide to the University. However, you need to fill out the Refund Request Form to request a refund. The Refund Request Form is obtainable from the Accommodation Services Office.
In a case where a resident leaves the dormitory without duly competing the check-out procedures in accordance with the relevant rules and regulations, Accommodation Services Management will not be help responsible for any personal belongings left in the rooms. Furthermore, students who fail to complete the checkout procedures are subject to a disicplinary action of warning as per the Dormitory Directives.
Failure to pay the housing fees before the announced due date will result in expulsion from the dormitories.In order to be eligible to move in their rooms, students must have paid their housing fees and must have brought the required documents with them. Students who fail to pay their housing fees before the announced due date are expelled from the dormitories by Accommodation Services Management, and their right to stay in the dormitories is assigned to other applicants on the wait list.
Our dormitory rooms have, mattresses, undersheets, blankets, beds, wardrobes, desks, chairs, fridges, armchairs (only in some of the room types) and desk lamps. Students are expected to bring their own bedding and textile items such as pillows, bed sheets, towels, and duvets.
Unfortunately, Accommodation Services Management does not have any staff who can help you move your luggage and other belongings into your rooms. However, we have carts available to assist you with your move. You can use our carts to carry your personal belongings to your room.
The Accommodation Services offices are open 24/7. You may contact our staff anytime for any problem you may have, either by visiting our offices in person, or sending an email at email@example.com, or by phone at 0216 564 9190 - 9189.
If you lose your room cards, you may request a new room card at the Accommodation Services offices. However, a replacement fee of 20 TL is assessed for lost room cards. Once this amount is charged to your student account via SIS, you may pay it either online or in cash via Fibabank.
Students may get a refund for the security deposit they paid when they permanently move out from the dormitories. Students must complete the Refund Request Form to request a refund for the security deposit they paid.
Sleeping quarters are open to residents only. Non-residents, including the parents of residents, are not allowed in the sleeping quarters. However, the first degree relatives (parents, siblings) of our residents may stay in our Guest House, subject to available capacity on the requested dates. Our guest house provides on-campus accommodation at reasonable room rates.
Sleeping quarters are open to residents only. Non-residents are not allowed in the sleeping quarters for any reasons. In these type of situations, our students are provided with on-campus accommodation at reasonable rates, subject to available capacity.
The Özyeğin University dormitories are open to Özyeğin University students only. Students of other universities are not allowed in the dormitories. However, the first degree relatives (parents, siblings) of our residents may stay in our Guest House, subject to available capacity on the requested dates. Our guest house provides on-campus accommodation at reasonable room rates.
You may put up announcements or posters on the designated areas. Any posters or announcements you wish to post must be approved by Accommodation Services and stamped by the Student Services Directorate.
All medical issues are at the discretion of the physician. Unless deemed necessary by the physician, the families are not notified. If it is deemed necessary, the physician on duty or the Student Services Directorate will notify the family.
The detectors in the dorm rooms are smoke detectors. The smoke detectors first send silent alarms, and then normal audible alarms to the control center. Disabling or removing the smoke detectors will be considered a dangerous act and result in penalties.
Fire extinguishers on the floors are dry chemical powder type extinguishers, while fire extinguishers in the kitchens are carbon dioxide fire extinguishers. The use of fire extinguishers for any other purposes than putting out a fire will be considered a dangerous act and result in penalties.
As the common areas are open to all residents 24/7, students are personally responsible for any items they leave behind. Any unattended items found in the common areas are delivered to the Security Center by Accommodation Services Management.
As the laundry rooms are open to all residents 24/7, students are personally responsible for any items left behind in the laundry room. Any items abandoned/left behind in the laundry rooms for more than one day will be disposed.
Any violation of the Dormitory Directives will result in warnings and/or penalties by Accommodation Services Management and the Dormitory Discipline Commission. The continuation or repetition of unacceptable conduct or violation of the dormitory directives may lead to expulsion from the dormitories and permanent loss of eligibility to stay in the dormitories.