Despite the large number of the places reserved for students in University residences, houses and flats, university accommodation is still very limited. For students who are not accepted in university housing, another option is to board either in a private house or flat.
In terms of a resolution by the Council of the University, every student in private lodgings shall become a member of the Private Students' Organization (PSO) and pay the membership fee. The PSO serves students, who do not live in University housing, to allow them a similiar social structure to that enjoyed by "res" students. There are 9 PSO wards. Placement in the wards are done electronically and students are then informed as to which ward they have been divided into.
Students can enquire about private accommodation at Student Housing :