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Fürstin-von-Gallitzin-Heim was constructed in 1964 at the initiative of the Catholic student community at the time. The objective was to construct a residence in Münster for female students alongside Collegium Marianum, which was an exclusively male residence at that time. Management of the facility initially lay in the hands of a Catholic family trust from Münster and was transferred to the Bischöfliche Generalvikariat in the 90s.
Even today Fürstin-von-Gallitzin-Heim stands out due to its central location in Münster’s city centre – directly at the Schlossplatz. There are 80 students living together at Fürstin-von Gallitzin-Heim. The community in every corridor is very important for the building’s communal living. There is a real community feel on the first, second, third and fourth corridors. Generally recreational and tutorial activities take place on a regular basis during the semesters. Not forgetting the shared parties that are hosted. Whether at the recently added bar in the cellar or at the regular residence parties, groups from the individual corridors come together to enjoy it as a community!
Fürstin-von-Gallitzin-Heim is a Catholic residence. It is important to the residents that communal living is based on Christian values. All residents are expected to commit to these values and actively participate in the community, for example by taking on positions and roles within the residence.
Student self-organisation is a high priority at Fürstin-von-Gallitzin-Heim!
Lots of tasks at our residence are taken on by the residents themselves. The supreme body for self-administration is the residents’ meeting, which takes place twice per semester and is absolutely compulsary for every resident. Another body is the committee that deals with the ongoing self-administration tasks. This committee is made up of spokespeople from each corridor, tutors, the two “Oberfürstinnen” [residence spokespeople] and residents of the ground floor flat.