Residential Life

Hostel residents must give one-month prior notice to leave the hostel or the full fee for the next month will be charged.
We are reaching out to announce that hostel applications for the Fall 2024 term are now open. If you are interested in FCCU hostel accommodation for the upcoming semester, please apply using the link provided below. Please note that current residents wishing to continue their stay in university housing must complete this form.
Applications from students who do not meet the eligibility criteria outlined below will be processed as extension requests. These requests will be subject to review by an interdepartmental committee before the conclusion of the current semester. This process aims to provide clarity on the status of extension requests and allow ample time to explore alternative accommodation options before the Fall 2024 semester commences. The deadline for submitting extension requests is 19 May 2024.
Eligibility Criteria:
University housing is available to students from outside Lahore who meet the following criteria:
• Male undergraduate students in their first 4 semesters of study.
• Female undergraduate students in their first 8 semesters of study.
• Female postgraduate students in their first 4 semesters of study.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. Should you have any questions, please reach out (In a new email thread) to the Residential Life Office using hostels@fccollege.edu.pk.
You can also Scan the QR code to apply:

University Hostel Request Form

Non-residents of Lahore who want to study at FCCU? We have a solution for that. At FCCU we provide safe and secure housing for almost 630 residents from outside Lahore. Students from across Pakistan from age 17 to 25 years come to FCCU.

We try to inculcate a sense of responsibility through our different activity programs and focus on teaching them how to live with each other irrespective of their race, class, creed, cultural and ethnic background. Students who come from outside Lahore can apply for hostel space in FCCU’s 3 hostels for Baccalaureate students, Shirazi and West Halls provide accommodation to 260 Baccalaureate male students, while Hope Tower houses 370 female Baccalaureate students. Meals are served at fixed times in the dining hall of each hostel. The hostels have faculty members who serve as Guardians and Residents Assistants who live in the hostel and supervise the quality of student life.

Admission to FCCU does not guarantee hostel space. A separate hostel form must be filled to secure hostel space.

We want to inform you regarding some important changes to the hostel allotment rules that will take effect from the 10th of May, 2024. These changes have been implemented to ensure fairness, transparency, and efficiency in the hostel allocation process. Please review the following updates carefully:

• To facilitate maintenance activities during the summer break, hostel students are required to vacate their rooms as the spring semester ends. All belongings must be removed and the keys should be handed over to the hostel management. This practice will be followed annually.
• Students who are unable to take certain items from their belongings back home, will be provided storage space in the hostel.
• Students who would like to retain their present rooms for the upcoming fall semester, would need to register for the semester during real registration and submit proof of registration to the Residential Life Office.
• Students who fail to register for the fall semester on time, will lose their allotment. If they register during the Add/Drop period they might be allotted a different room in the hostel as per the availability of space.
• Only students who have registered for the summer semester will be allowed to reside in their hostel rooms and keep their belongings with them while the summer semester is active
• Accommodation requests from students who do not meet the eligibility criteria for hostel allotment, will be reviewed before the present semester ends. This will offer them clarity on their allotment status before the next semester begins and allow them more time to find alternative accommodation in case their request is denied.

These changes have been made with the best interests of all students in mind. For any questions regarding the hostel allotment process please feel free to visit the Residential Life Office and write to us at hostels@fccollege.edu.pk. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we work to improve the hostel allocation process.

 

Note: After getting their roll number, freshmen need to apply through the empower web module against housing requests. Once you submit the form, you will be queued for the respective hostel’s waiting list. After filling this form it is not guaranteed that your hostel allotment is confirmed. Seats will be given on a “FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE” basis.

Haroon Dawood

HEAD OF RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Naeem Gulzar

MANAGER RESIDENTIAL LIFE

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