As one of the largest Universities in Poland, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań offers its students a wide variety of dormitories providing suitable living and studying conditions. Located in different parts of the city the dorms are well communicated with the public transport network, making it easy to move around the city.
You will find the list of University-owned accommodation below:
„Hanka" is an iconic building erected in the years 1925-1929 according to a design of Roger Sławski, a famous Polish architect. The Residence with its 153 rooms can host up to 200 guests. There are mainly single rooms in Hanka Residence, though it also includes several double and even the so called „family rooms”. The landmark building situated at Aleja Niepodległości no 26 in Stare Miasto neibourhood, in the sirict centre of Poznań, has undergone a revamping and was put into service on February 2018 after a 2-year renovation. The rivaval proces was awarded the main price in the "Modernization of the Year” contest. All rooms are equipped with full bathrooms. The building has also been adjusted to the needs of people with disabilities. Additionally a students’ canteen, a sport and recreational facility, as well as administration offices are provided in the building.
Zbyszko & Jagienka Dormitories
The Dormitories are located in the Winiary and Winogrady neighborhood (ul. Piątkowska no 80) and offer a modern accomodation in newly furnished single or double rooms. All rooms are equipped with a TV-SAT , a free cable internet connection (EduRoam), a refrigerator and a full bathroom. In order to fulfill our environmental commitments and promote a sustainable lifestyle we adopt modern technologies, such as water heated by solar panels. All of these amenities together with the immediate vicinity of a communication hub and a supermarket „Biedronka”, one of the food retail leaders in Poland, will make you feel at home.
The modernist Dormitory, aka “Akumulatory” as its characteristic roof neon sign says, is located in the Jeżyce neighborhood, at Zwierzyniecka Street 7. “Jowita” is a dominant architectural feature of the Kaponiera Roundabout area (one of the main public communication hubs of the city). Jowita Dorm comprises two buildings. The main one is an eleven storey facility with a vast ground floor including a reception desk, Students’ Council Office and a computer room. The guest rooms are situated on the A and 1st floors whereas the other floors (2-10) comprise high-standard students’ rooms. The other building is a two-story social facility with offices of different AMU organizational units, shops, a students’ canteen, an art gallery and the Akumulatory students’ club.
The Dormitory is situated at Nieszawska Street no 3, in the immediate vicinity of Malta Hot Baths (Termy Maltańskie), exciting shopping centres, and public communication hub making it easy to get around the city quickly and seamlessly. Students have at their disposal single rooms as well as 2 bedroom high standard suites with a full kitchen and bathroom. At the premises there is also a pizzeria open daily form 12 pm. to 22 pm.
Located at Dożynkowa Street no 9b in the vicinity of Citadel Park, aka „green lungs” of Poznań, Babilon Dormitory is also close to a public transport hub, taking you to different parts of the city in literary minutes. The Residence itself is a four storey building, with the ground floor divided into two seperate parts. The first one includes the main entrance, the reception desk, the study room and administration offices while the other one, called „Hades” with a separate entrance, can be accessed from the upper floors. Students are offered fully equipped single, double or triple rooms with free access to the Internet (EduRoam).
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Order No. 292/2020/2021 of the Chancellor of the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, of 23rd September 2021
regarding the Rules of Accommodation in AMU Student Dormitories and the Use of AMU Student Dormitories During the Period of the Epidemic