The survey was carried out by UCD Students Union.
55 per cent of UCD students are paying in-excess of €750 per month in rent.
Of those surveyed, 43 per cent are unhappy with their current living arrangements.
Almost half of respondents say the housing crisis has had a negative impact on their student experience.
53 per cent have difficulties meeting their monthly housing-related costs.
The Minister for Housing seeks a 2% cap on annual rent increases. (Or matched to inflation if lower).
He went to UCD, got insights into the cost of sending a kid to college - and denied he was scared of institutional investors.
— Paul Colgan (@paulcolgan) November 4, 2021
The statistics paint the picture of the housing crisis in Dublin and beyond.
UCDSU President Ruairí Power says rentals are "having a hugely detrimental impact on UCD students."
"Students are faced with extortionate rents and insecure tenancy conditions," Power said.
In finding a solution - Power called for an end to luxury accommodation builds on college campuses.