Private accommodation guidelines and forms
The Central University of Technology prefers that students use a CUT Accredited Accommodation as mandated by the DHET guidelines.
The Residence Life office will have to confirm the non-availability of space in CUT residences and accredited accommodation before accepting the application.
Guidelines: How to complete the private rental (non-accredited) accommodation claim (PDF)
- Claim form for private rental of property - LS 139.3 (PDF)
- Payment for private rental property - LS 210.3 (PDF)
- Rental agreement between the landlord and a student - LS137.3 via private negotiations or if the student lives at home (PDF)
- Lease agreement confirmation of information (PDF)
For assistance, contact Residence LifeUploaded: 03 May 2022
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