Student or Learner
Does "in accommodation with" and "in accommodation to" mean "cooperation" and "suitable" repectively in the following sentences?
Living in accommodation with other students can give you a great start at university.
This new service is provided to offer additional choices in accommodation to students studying, or enrolling to study, at the Hobart and Launceston campuses.
I think you are misreading those sentences.
"in accommodation with..." and "in accommodation to..." do look like fixed phrases.
However, they are not.
Living / in accommodation / with other students / can give you a great start at university.
This new service is provided / to offer(=give) additional choices in(=about) accommodation / to students studying, or enrolling to study...
Do you see what I mean?