The Official Gazette of Castilla-La Mancha will publish this Monday an order from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports calling for places in the university residences of the autonomous community for the academic year 2022-23.

In total, pointed out the general director of Universities, Research and Innovation, Ricardo Cuevas, there are 1,767 places, distributed among the 14 existing university residences in the five provinces of the region.

Students who are going to carry out official degree studies taught by both the University of Castilla-La Mancha and the University of Alcalá, as well as students of Higher Degree Training Cycles and Higher Artistic Education, taught in the educational centers owned by the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha.

Of the total number of places, Cuevas has detailed, 1,524 are general quota; 40 for students of Higher Level training cycles and Higher Artistic Education; 100 places for foreign students who participate in the actions of the European Educational Programs or other international cooperation programs through agreements signed by the public universities of the region or the Ministry responsible for universities, with the participation of the Ministry of Education , Culture and Sports; 15 seats for high-performance athletes; and 88 seats for people with different abilities.

Applications must be submitted electronically through the EducamosCLM platform and a single term is established for old and new residents, which will begin on June 15 and end on June 28 of this year, both inclusive.

For access to the place, the students’ academic record is valued first and points are awarded for other special situations such as a large family or the income level of the family unit.

The provisional resolution for former residents, with the lists of awarded and excluded, will be published no later than July 26. After the period of allegations and resolved the same, the final resolution will be published no later than August 12. As regards new residents, the provisional resolution with those admitted and excluded will also be published no later than August 12, 2022 and, after the period of allegations, the final one will be published on August 31, 2022 as the deadline. .

Similarly, and in order to promote access to equal opportunities for all students regardless of their economic resources, exemptions from the payment of public prices corresponding to the maintenance and accommodation service in the university residences of Castilla-La Mancha are established. , for students belonging to families with a family income equal to or less than the income that entitles them to receive the minimum solidarity income.

In Castilla-La Mancha there are 14 university residences, three are in Albacete: ‘Benjamín Palencia’, ‘José Prat’ and ‘José Isbert’; one in Almadén, the residence ‘Luis J. Mateo’; four in Ciudad Real: ‘El Doncel’, ‘Don Quixote’, ‘José Castillejo’ and ‘José Maestro’; three in Cuenca: ‘Alonso de Ojeda’, ‘Bartolomé Cossio’ and ‘Juan Giménez de Aguilar’; the residence ‘Los Guzmán’ in Guadalajara; the ‘Carmen Villar’ in Talavera de la Reina and the residence ‘Francisco Tomás y Valiente’ in Toledo.