Family apartments

Parents studying at the University of Bonn have the opportunity to apply for family housing in a student dormitory. Find out here about the application procedure and whether you are eligible for accommodation benefit. 

Family apartments in student dormitories 

Address

Jagdweg 18-22
53115 Bonn

Located in Poppelsdorf, the Housing complex Jagdweg provides a total of 51 apartments with between two and four rooms dedicated to single parent students or families. 

Would you like to apply for an apartment? Please get in touch with Gina Großsteinbeck. 

Address

Endenicher Allee 17
53115 Bonn

The housing complex Endenicher Allee is located in Poppelsdorf and provides eight furnished three-room apartments for families in which both parents study.

Would you like to apply for an apartment? Please get in touch with Gina Großsteinbeck

Address

Kirschallee 3a - 3b
53115 Bonn

Located in Poppelsdorf, the Wohnheim Kirschallee provides a total of six double rooms for single parents or couples.

Would you like to apply for an apartment? Please get in touch with Gina Großsteinbeck.

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The Dietrich-Bonhoeffer House is a student dormitory run by the Protestant University Congregation. Located in Poppelsdorf, it also provides family apartments. 

Information about the application procedure is provided on the website of the Dietrich-Bonhoeffer House. 

Address

Eduard-Pflüger-Straße 56
53113 Bonn

Located in Gronau, the Wohnheim Augustinushaus provides a total of eight double apartments for single parents and three large single rooms for couples or singles.

Would you like to apply for an apartment? Please get in touch with Gina Großsteinbeck.

Your person of contact for family apartments in student dormitories

Studierendenwerk Bonn: Administrative assistant for housing complexes 

Gina Großsteinbeck

Contact

Phone +49 228 73 71 66
Fax +49 228 73 71 92

grosssteinbeck@studierendenwerk-bonn.de

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Accommodation benefit

Accommodation benefit for students from Germany and EU countries

Accommodation benefit is a state allowance to help pay for rent. Students are only eligible for accommodation benefit if they are not eligible for BAföG. Even if you are eligible for BAföG but are not in receipt of any BaföG payments, you are not eligible for accommodation benefit.

Accommodation benefit for students from non-EU countries

Eligibility

  • A valid residence permit
  • No receipt of other funding (e.g. a scholarship)
  • Able to provide proof that you are not living with your parents over the long-term.

Contact

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Snezana Krtinic

+49 228 73-72 73


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