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1. Campus Accommodation 

Weijin Road Campus:

Students in Weijin Road Campus are accommodated in three dormitory centers, namely, Liulitai dormitory area, Qilitai dormitory area, and Pengxiang apartment. About 10,000 registered students live in those thirteen dormitory buildings. 

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Current standards for accommodation:

Undergraduates: six students per room

Master degree candidates: four students per room

Doctoral candidates: two students per room  

Specific fees for different students:

Undergraduates & Master degree candidates: CNY 1,200 per year for each student

Doctoral candidates: CNY 800 per year for each student 

Peiyang Park Campus:

Peiyang Park Campus contains 24 residential blocks for residences with 20,000 students living in there around different schools and they stand close by teaching areas, dining halls and on-campus stores, which emphasises the idea that students are the focus of the university. Dormitory buildings are analogous to the courtyard enclosed with four small buildings as the edges. The names of each house – Ge Yuan, Zhi Yuan(知园), Cheng Yuan, Zheng Yuan, Xiu Yuan, Qi Yuan, Zhi Yuan(治园), and Ping Yuan – are derived from the eight steps for self-perfection in The Book of Rites and The Great learning : Learn from nature (gewu-格物), pursue the truth (zhizhi-致知), be honest to your heart (chengyi-诚意), maintain temperance (zhengxin-正心), perfect your personality (xiushen-修身), harmonize your family (qijia-齐家), manage your country (zhiguo-治国) and restore peace to the world (pingtianxia-平天下).  

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Current standards for accommodation:

Undergraduates: four students per room;

Master degree candidates: two students per room;

Doctoral candidates: one students per room  

Specific fees for students:

Undergraduates & Graduates: CNY 1200 per year for each student 


Meanwhile, Tianjin University provides a special apartment for full-time doctors who are married. 

Each building is equipped with an Access control system, a Monitoring system and emergency exits, noticeboard, services corner including induction cooker, hair dryer, microwave oven, etc. 


The buildings are also equipped with laundry facilities, study rooms, large areas for public activity, common bathrooms, water fountains, and free solar energy-supplied hot water for showers. 

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2. Dormitory Culture and Education 

Weijin Road Campus:

The Students’ dormitory committee (SDC) is an important bridge connecting students and the university. Dormitories are also regarded as a pivotal battlefield for ideological and political education. By providing services for students and on the basis of self-management, SDC endeavours to form a safe, civilized, well-organized and cozy living environment, be as inclusive as possible as well as enrich extracurricular activities. As a result, a positive and healthy atmosphere hopefully allows students to feel at home. 


Peiyang Park Campus:

Peiyang Park Campus constructs academic residences which focus on student’s education and breaks the boundaries of isolation between schools. The academic housing system has been built with apartments as the edge and set up a relatively independent organizational framework and staff distribution system. Therefore, public spaces can be effectively used and a multifunctional platform has been built for discussions, development of hobbies, representation and housing services. With self-education as the core of the teaching experience, professors, councillors and outstanding student leaders have been introduced to the campus. This promotes the formation and development of a professional cultural atmosphere, on the one hand, and it increases the interaction and connection between students from different subjects, professors and students, and between different grades. The concept of creating a “family” for our residential community also combines personal services, learning discussions and entertainment. 


Featured activities

A series of activities designed to create a "homey" atmosphere on campus: this series of activities aims to narrow the distance between service staff and students, and create a harmonious and intimate cultural community atmosphere amongst us all. 

Activities include interactive activities between the teachers and the students such as “Homemade dumplings” and “When the Dragon Boat Festival meets our graduation”, as well as the “Today I am the host” on duty activity. Moreover, there are also intimate dormitory service activities, such as centralized maintenance, cleaning the water dispensers and others. What’s more, lively, educational themed dormitory activities are also held, for instance, bookcrossing, waste recycling, the Xinjiang children's charity fund, an exhibition focused on featured dormitories and more.  

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