Living on the campus
Utrecht is a true student city, with almost 20% of its total population consisting of students. High-quality accommodation and facilities are essential for attracting and retaining students. Initially, Utrecht Science Park only offered space for university buildings. In 1999 the first student complex with 1,000 rooms was completed. This was followed by De Bisschoppen (550) in 2006 and the colourful Casa Confetti (400) in 2008. In October 2015 was the grand opening of the splendid Johanna building (650). As well as housing, the student facilities have been expanded to include a supermarkt and a bar, for example. Utrecht Science Park has truly become a residential district for students!
Leuvenplein (377 rooms)
Casa Confetti Casa Confetti is proof that good and affordable accomodation can still go hand in hand with outstanding architecture. The website Flavowire voted this building one of the most beautiful student complexes in the world.
Bisschopssteeg (655 rooms)
Johanna is the very latest student housing complex to be realised at Utrecht Science Park. Its 655 student residents live up in the clouds. The façade of this beautiful building is clad with authentic blue and white tiles from Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum.