Our campus in Rome

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Students have the option to attend face-to-face lessons in on our main campus in Rome. The Rome campus is a large university complex consisting of a main building of 16,000 square meters in a 6-hectare green park with classrooms, multimedia facilities, libraries, a gymnasium, outside sports facilities, a restaurant, a coffee bar, and an extensive student residence.

In this environment, students can enjoy a dynamic university life with opportunities for both personal and cultural development, such as conferences, congresses, and meetings with teachers and other students.

On campus, students can make use of the following facilities:

The facility also has 109 bedrooms in it with double or triple rooms. Each room has an en-suite bathroom.
The following services are also available:

  • Sheets and blankets, changed regularly (towels are not provided)
  • Daily room cleaning (except for the re-making of beds)
  • Electricity, heating, and water
  • Use of public areas inside the campus
  • Night security service
  • Large outside park
  • Wi-fi access

Eating:

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Canteen

The bar and canteen are open to students and visitors. The canteen offers a wide range of dishes, which are freshly cooked and prepared, paying attention to quality.
In the provision of meals on campus, we apply our ‘green philosophy’: the ‘green canteen’ is supplied with bio-products ‘at zero kilometres’. Around the Campus, there are six hectares of park, our ‘university market-garden’, where we grow our own vegetables under environmentally friendly conditions, which are served in the canteen to students and staff. By supplying our own fresh, seasonal products directly from the vegetable garden to the table, we cut down on the CO2 pollution involved in transportation.
Students can enjoy a three-course lunch at the special reduced price of € 5.00.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the university canteen, at the following prices:

  • Breakfast € 1.00
  • Lunch € 5.00
  • Dinner € 5.00

Accommodation prices:

€ 39.00 per week, up to a maximum of 2 consecutive months per year.
To book, students will need to contact the reception area to let them know about their arrival either by e-mail or phone. Payment in advance is not required.

A minimum of 7 days and a maximum of 30 days is required before the date of arrival.
Any cancellation must be made at least 3 days before the booked; for cancellations made after this deadline, students will be asked to pay the entire amount due for the booked period.
Cancellations must be communicated by email to residenza@unicusano.it
Gym and leisure time:

Gym

Gym

The campus is well equipped with first-class sport facilities.  A gym is open to all enrolled students, as well as a number of outdoor sports facilities located in the marvellous natural surroundings of the university.

Transportation:

The campus is easy to reach by underground and other public transport, from Rome Termini station and from the main airports of Fiumicino and Ciampino. There is also a regular free shuttle bus service between the campus and the nearest underground station on Metro Line A, Battistini. By providing its students with a free shuttle-bus service, the university reduces the need to use cars or motorcycles and helps students save money on transportation, as well as cut down on car pollution.

Facilities:

Free computer access is available in our learning laboratories.
The University has 7,500 square metres of classrooms where lessons are held. The rooms are large and well-lit with central heating and air-conditioning, providing students with a quiet, comfortable learning environment. All the rooms look out into the campus park and are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including interactive whiteboards (IWBs), enabling teachers to present their lessons digitally, using up-to-date software.

The University boasts two modern conference halls, each of which can accommodate over 250 people, which means  it can host high-level conferences dedicated mainly to seminars. The halls are equipped with control rooms and modern advanced technologies and audio-visual systems that can network with other rooms and broadcast the meetings in video conference streaming settings.

Our reading rooms on campus are spaces set aside for self-study, where students study  and consult the wide variety of reading material available in the university library. There are also spaces for student group work where they can interact with one another and exchange ideas and knowledge.