Contact person at Osnabrück Student Services in the Student Housing Department:
Britta Sürken, phone: +49 (0)541 33107 28, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website of Osnabrück Student Services
Contact person on site:
Rainer Ostendorf, phone: +49 (0)4441 6993 or +49 (0)171 5260733
Office hours: Monday to Thursday 2-4pm / Friday 1-2pm
Number of rooms: 146
Rent (including utilities) for single rooms (unfurnished): EUR 177.49
Rent (including utilities) for single apartments in the new building (partially furnished with built-in wardrobe): EUR 318.00
Rent (including utilities) for double apartments (unfurnished): EUR 339.65
Rent (including utilities) for flats (unfurnished): EUR 436.05
Two barrier-free single apartments are integrated in the new building.
Residence hall management / Accommodation office:
Ms Ruholl / Ms Brand
Address: Dominikanerweg 45, 49377 Vechta
Phone: +49 (0) 4441 87020
Office hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Number of rooms: 44 apartments (different sizes and equipment)
Rent (including utilities): EUR 180.00 to 285.00
Address: Vinnerstraße 21, 49624 Wachtum
Phone: +49 (0) 5432 943014
Number of rooms: 162
The complex has a total of 93 flats, of which 69 are two-room flats of approx. 67-69 m² each and 24 are one-room flats of approx. 32-35 m² each.
Rent: EUR 190.00-230.00 plus utilities and deposit (deposit = 2x rent exclusive of utilities)
The accommodations on the ground floorare barrier-free.
Contact person at the Senioren- und Pflegestützpunkt Landkreis Vechta (senior citizens’ and care support centre in the district of Vechta):
Phone: +49 (0)4441 898 3000
Contact person of the Social Work Student Representative Council (University of Vechta):
This project might be interesting for you if ...
- you are enrolled at the University of Vechta and are at least 18 years old,
- you are looking for a room with a reasonable rent,
- you are willing to take on small household tasks on a regular basis,
- you like to be socially engaged and want to contribute to making everyday life a little easier for senior citizens, single parents and parents.
This is how it works: You can use the accommodation and you do not have to pay rent, only the utilities. In return, you provide help in everyday life, for senior citizens, disabled people, single parents or in a family. Nursing services are not included in this. The rule of thumb is: 1 m2 living space = 1 hour of assistance per month (e.g., 16 m2 living space = 16 hours of assistance per month).