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The diocese of Münster is currently building a new student residence for the Bischöfliche Studierendenwerk.
The Tita-Cory-Camus (1) should be completed by the winter semester 2022/2023 and then offer 200 rooms in four buildings and in 17 shared apartments (corridors / shared apartments) for students.
The rooms will have a size of approx. 18 m² (total living space) and will all have their own bathroom (shower, toilet, washbasin). All rooms are rented out furnished (tap wall including desk and bed). Unfurnished rooms are not available. Furniture cannot be removed from the rooms either. It is possible to bring additional furniture (shelves, seating, etc.) with you. You have to bring your own mattresses (210 x 90 cm) and desk chairs. In each of the shared apartments there will be a larger room (approx. 24 m² – total living space) for students with disabilities. These rooms are inab. Suitable for wheelchair users.
A kitchen and a common room are available for common use in each of the shared apartments. There will also be additional common rooms (music room, sports and leisure room, study rooms) on the Tita-Cory-Campus. A Kappelen room is offered in cooperation with the Catholic student and university community and the pastoral care at the Münker University Hospital (UKM-Seelsorge).
(1) here you will find information about the naming competition and the jury’s decision on the name Tita-Cory-Campus
Pictures of the pre-set up sample room on the Tita-Cory-Campus: