CUE Student Accommodation
Accommodation in the Student House (SH) is granted by the Faculty
Scholarship and Appeal Commission for a period of time specified in the
accommodation placement document.
The accommodation placement document is a basis for the checking-in
procedure implemented by the SH Administration in accordance with the
reservation schedule developed by the SH Manager and the Residence
The detailed checking-in procedure is set forth in the Rector’s ruling.
1) In the event of resignation from the allocated
accommodation the student is obliged to report this fact to the
2) The student’s intention to occupy the
allocated accommodation is confirmed by the payment of a deposit
specified in the ”checking-in procedure” for the possible
coverage of damage and debt. When accommodation is granted during the
academic year a deposit should be paid within two weeks.
3) A deposit shall be refunded after checking
out from residence provided that the circumstances under 2) do not
Students may apply to the SH Manager for the prolongation of their
residency. In such a case they are obliged to make full payment for the
booked accommodation. .
Students may check in during vacation periods at the discretion of the SH Manager.
Students occupy rooms allocated to them. They may change rooms
following consultations with the SH Manager. Occupants may be moved to
other rooms by the SH Manager when it is necessitated by the effective
use of all rooms, preparing accommodation for groups of residents or by
All SH occupants are obliged to register for temporary residency at the
Municipality of Krakow within 4 days at the latest after their arrival.
Occupants shall make an advance payment for accommodation, without
being reminded to do so, by the 15th of each month; penalty interest
shall be charged for overdue payments.
Occupants are released from the obligation to make payments for
residence after completing the checking-out procedure and leaving their
In justified cases, when occupants are outside the premises, the SH
Manager is entitled to enter rooms, accompanied by a commission
composed of 3 persons including at least 1 member of the Residence
Council. Upon completing a room check, a report is drawn up.
Visitors are accepted in SH rooms, when approved by co-occupants,
between 9:00 and 23:00. This regulation does not apply to the
student’s close relatives or persons performing their
In emergency cases the SH Manager or RC Chairperson
may give their approval for close relatives’ free accommodation
for two days a month.
Visitors are obliged to leave their IDs with the SH Receptionist. All
persons on the SH premises are obliged to comply with these
Quiet hours should be observed between 23:00 and 6:00.
The SH entrance door is locked between 23:00 and 6:00am. It is possible
to enter the premises at that time after contacting the receptionist.
During vacations the ST Manager is authorised to have the entrance door
locked at an earlier hour.
Residents are obliged to leave their room keys with the receptionist on leaving the premises.
Parties may take place only in specially designated areas following a
written permit issued by the SH manager and the RC.
Residents are fully responsible for their visitors and their conduct.
Residents are fully responsible for SH property, and they are obliged
to keep their rooms clean and tidy. They are also obliged to observe
Fire, Safe and Health regulations as well as all legal acts and
internal regulations of Cracow University of Economics.
The Act on Counteracting Alcoholism of 2 October 1982, which bans
consumption of alcohol on SH premises, and the Act on Counteracting
Drug Addiction of 29 July 2005 must be adhered to on the SH premises.
Students lose their residence rights under the following circumstances:
1) expulsion from the University,
2) failure to make use of residence for a period exceeding 5 days
after the start of the checking-in procedure and, during the academic
year, 2 days after receipt of the accommodation placement document,
3) offering accommodation to another person,
4) falling behind with rent for 2 months,
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5) serious breach of SH Regulations including but not limited to
the following: damage done to social property and failure to observe
the general principles of good conduct (e.g. failure to observe quiet
Residents who have lost their residence rights are obliged to leave the
premises within 7 days after receipt of a written notice. After this
period they shall be removed in compliance with administrative
SH residents are not allowed to:
1) remove any contents of the premises to other rooms,
2) put in, change or repair electrical, gas, radio and telephone installations,
3) change door locks, use wallpaper or paint rooms without the SH Manager’s prior consent,
4) use power heavy consumption equipment or high power speakers
5) smoke, consume alcohol or use abusive substances,
6) keep pets.
The RC Chairperson (or a person appointed by the SH
Manager) is obliged to organize RC elections to be held within 30 days
after the first day of taking up residence.
The RC represent the interests of SH residents,
cooperating with the University Authorities and SH Management. RC
members are also obliged to closely cooperate with the receptionist to
keep the premises in order and observe quiet hours.
The cases of breach of these Regulations are dealt
with by the Vice Rector for Student Affairs and Education at the
recommendation of the SH Manager or RC.
The SH Manager’s reports on the cases of breach of SH Regulations
by students (occupants) should be preceded by an earlier notice
submitted to and a written opinion given by the RC
The interpretation of the Regulations is vested in the hands of the Rector of Cracow University of Economics.