dropping out and accommodation

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if you're considering dropping out, what happens with your accommodation?

because i want to drop out due to personal reasons but i cant physically go home for two weeks bc my parents have to self isolate for that time due to an operation?

if i drop out can i continue to live in my accommodation until i'm able to leave?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
if you're considering dropping out, what happens with your accommodation?

because i want to drop out due to personal reasons but i cant physically go home for two weeks bc my parents have to self isolate for that time due to an operation?

if i drop out can i continue to live in my accommodation until i'm able to leave?
Have you found someone to take over your accommodation?
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Anonymous #1
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Have you found someone to take over your accommodation?
do i need to find someone to replace me before i can move out? bc that seems a little unfair on drop outs
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do i need to find someone to replace me before i can move out? bc that seems a little unfair on drop outs
depends on the contract you signed but most say unless you can find someone to replace it, then you are liable for the rent. Have you read the contract?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
if you're considering dropping out, what happens with your accommodation?

because i want to drop out due to personal reasons but i cant physically go home for two weeks bc my parents have to self isolate for that time due to an operation?

if i drop out can i continue to live in my accommodation until i'm able to leave?
Is this uni accommodation?
1. You need to formally drop out on Monday to try and avoid fee liability.
2. You should consider returning any money sent by SFE.
3. You should talk to accommodation and clarify if you can stay for those 2 weeks die to the operation.
4. Alternatively find out when the date you become fee liable is and move out the day before, which may give you a week or two, then go to a B&B or hostel for the rest of the time.
5. If you become fee liable it will cost you c £2500.
6. Its entirely down to the uni and some will simply say leave as soon as you cease to be a student as you arent their problem anymore.
7. They may insist on a replacement or they may let you off.
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(Original post by 999tigger)
Is this uni accommodation?
1. You need to formally drop out on Monday to try and avoid fee liability.
2. You should consider returning any money sent by SFE.
3. You should talk to accommodation and clarify if you can stay for those 2 weeks die to the operation.
4. Alternatively find out when the date you become fee liable is and move out the day before, which may give you a week or two, then go to a B&B or hostel for the rest of the time.
5. If you become fee liable it will cost you c £2500.
6. Its entirely down to the uni and some will simply say leave as soon as you cease to be a student as you arent their problem anymore.
7. They may insist on a replacement or they may let you off.
thank u so much!! the only problem with staying somewhere like a b&b is the fact i physically cant pull all of my luggage around by myself :/
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999tigger
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thank u so much!! the only problem with staying somewhere like a b&b is the fact i physically cant pull all of my luggage around by myself :/
You will have to get an uber/man with a van or temp storage. You are talking about the difference of trying to avoid liabilitry which could be several thousand £, with that as an incetive I'd imagine you can find the inspiration tom pull your luggage. Take it seriously. get a friend, student or man with a van to help and pay them.
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You will have to get an uber/man with a van or temp storage. You are talking about the difference of trying to avoid liabilitry which could be several thousand £, with that as an incetive I'd imagine you can find the inspiration tom pull your luggage. Take it seriously. get a friend, student or man with a van to help and pay them.
ok i take it back, i dont thank you. there was no need to become passive aggressive with me over this; i have my reasons for not wanting to hire a random man and tbh i dont think theyre your concern. i have a meeting on monday to discuss things and i'll see what they tell me. i'm taking all of this seriously considering i'm dropping out for Personal Reasons like i said originally and i don't need a stranger like you doubting that. i regret even replying to you.

next time you try to help someone on here, dont sound so passive aggressive.
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Anonymous #2
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But why are you dropping out. Is it due to stress please take time to think of your decisions
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ok i take it back, i dont thank you. there was no need to become passive aggressive with me over this; i have my reasons for not wanting to hire a random man and tbh i dont think theyre your concern. i have a meeting on monday to discuss things and i'll see what they tell me. i'm taking all of this seriously considering i'm dropping out for Personal Reasons like i said originally and i don't need a stranger like you doubting that. i regret even replying to you.

next time you try to help someone on here, dont sound so passive aggressive.
You are being good advice and no one was being passive aggressive.You on the other hand need to be grateful people have taken the time to help you and improve your attitude.
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ok i take it back, i dont thank you. there was no need to become passive aggressive with me over this; i have my reasons for not wanting to hire a random man and tbh i dont think theyre your concern. i have a meeting on monday to discuss things and i'll see what they tell me. i'm taking all of this seriously considering i'm dropping out for Personal Reasons like i said originally and i don't need a stranger like you doubting that. i regret even replying to you.

next time you try to help someone on here, dont sound so passive aggressive.
they weren't being passive-aggressive and were helping you, but I guess you don't want help then?
also the random man suggested was from an actual company not a complete stranger, if they are from a registered company they will do the job as will any standard removals/ storage facility.
This person didnt have to give you advice
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999tigger
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ok i take it back, i dont thank you. there was no need to become passive aggressive with me over this; i have my reasons for not wanting to hire a random man and tbh i dont think theyre your concern. i have a meeting on monday to discuss things and i'll see what they tell me. i'm taking all of this seriously considering i'm dropping out for Personal Reasons like i said originally and i don't need a stranger like you doubting that. i regret even replying to you.

next time you try to help someone on here, dont sound so passive aggressive.
If you want to run the risk, then that is entirely up to you. Good luck with everything and thanks for posting.
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