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Hi, I’m Lauren,
I’ve had an email from the halls team stating I owe them £59 pounds?

Why is it that I owe them this?
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Why don't you ask them?

We can't tell you.
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No need to be so rude or blunt.

I’m asking just in case others are in a similar position which I believe was fairly obvious and If any other students have experienced this before.

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Can I please ask, I've got conditional offer at Uni of Southampton to study Law, I live with parents, would I still be eligible for student loan?
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Hi, I’m Lauren,
I’ve had an email from the halls team stating I owe them £59 pounds?

Why is it that I owe them this?
Hi Lauren,

You may have already got in touch with the Accommodation team, but if not you can reach them by emailing [email protected] and they will be able to help with this. You can also find our Coronavirus FAQs using the link below. There is a section relating specifically to questions about Accommodation, so you may find this helpful:

https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/coronavirus-faq/

Thanks,
Becky
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Can I please ask, I've got conditional offer at Uni of Southampton to study Law, I live with parents, would I still be eligible for student loan?
Hi,

Yes, financial support is still available when living with parents. Students living with parents are still able to receive a maintenance loan to help cover living costs and the amount students will receive depends on household income. A student living with their parents would receive less maintence loan than a student living away from their parental home, for two students in the same household income bracket.

Students who live with parents/carers are of course able to receive support with tuition fees from Student Finance England as well, in the same way as those who choose to live away from home whilst studying. There are some specific eligibility criteria which students need to meet to be eligible for both the maintenance loan and the tuition fee loan, for example the length of time lived in the UK. You can find further information about full eligibility criteria and the amount of maintenance loan you would be eligible for, based on household income, using the Student Finance website:

https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/n...ltime-students

You may also like to use the Student Finance Calculator to help you work out how much maintenance loan you would be eligible for:

https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-calculator

I hope this helps!

Becky
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