It can be a very rare experience to live in a hall of residence. Polish students and students from all over the world meet there and have the opportunity to get to know each other and make friends. But living in a dormitory is also demanding in a way. Students living in the same corridor come from many cultures and have different habits and ideas on how to do things.
Almost 2900 students live in purpose-built halls of residence in the University Campus, which is only five to ten-minute-walk from all faculties.
The accommodation consists of fully furnished bedrooms. There are double rooms with shared kitchen, toilet and bathroom on each floor or two rooms (two beds per room) arranged in groups, which share a common toilet and a bathroom. Most student housing areas have also laundry rooms.
The price of a shared room is approximately 80 EUR a month per person. The rent must be paid every month, till the 10th day of the month, to the dormitory bank account with the use of the bank transfer form available from the dormitory reception.
Students are required to clean their rooms themselves.
TUL cannot guarantee placement in the University Campus because the accommodation possibilities are limited. But international students should notify in advance the International Relations Office of their intention to live in the halls of residence.
Information about private accommodation in the city available for students can be also gathered from local newspapers. Private accommodation needs more careful planning and the price depends on the various factors, in particular the distance from TUL, the quality of the flat and the facilities made available by the householder.
See the Student Campus of TUL below: