New student dormitory opens in Presqu’île neighborhood

Categorie(s) : Education, Life @ MINATEC, News

Published : 3 October 2016

In September, a new student dormitory opened in the Presqu’île neighborhood, just a five-minute tram ride from Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school and right across from GreEN-ER. The 300-student dorm is named after Geneviève-Jourdain, a Grenoble Institute of Technology faculty member who pioneered signal processing and who passed away in 2006.

One thing that makes this dorm unique is the 34 one-bedroom apartments for couples and siblings. There are also studio apartments, three-bedroom apartments for students wishing to live with roommates, as well as handicapped-accessible units. The 260 units are managed by CROUS. The entire dorm is equipped with wireless internet access, has a study room, an outdoor space, a bike room, a gym, and a multipurpose room. Students who don’t live there can also use the dorm’s student club facilities, cafeteria, and health center.


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