1. One Photo (1 inch)
2. Copy of Student ID Card
3. Copy of Thai ID Citizen (For Thai Student) or Copy of passport + Visa (For Non-Thai student)
4. Copy of the first page of Bank Book with original letter of consent for automatic debit from account from Bank of Ayudhya (Suvarnabhumi or Huamak Branch only)
The Three Dormitories:
Queen of Sheba
- Fully Furnished & Equiped
- 24 Hours Reception
- 24 Hours Security
- 24 Hours ambulance standy
- Weekly Room Cleaning Service
- High Speed Internet
- In-House technician service
- Mailing Service
- Infirmary room
- Residence Halls Student Advisor
AU Sports Center
Accommodation on campus : FAQ
All Assumption University students have an opportunity to stay at the residence halls depending on the number of available rooms. Students are given priority according to the following categories: 1. students whose courses (or most of them) are located at Bang Na campus 2. International students and 3. students whose homes are in the provinces.
The reason for the creation of residence halls is not to obtain profit but the money obtained from residence fees is to foster effective service and an appropriate atmosphere. Therefore, the university has decided on a residence fee of 3,500 Baht per person per month. In addition, the student pays electricity, water, and damage deposit fees. Damage deposit fees will be returned to the student at the contract termination period.
Only student residents are allowed to enter the residence halls. There will be a security check before students can enter the residence halls. Security guards are available 24 hours a day. To ensure the safety of student residents, there are smoke detectors and sprinklers in every room (students will not be allowed to smoke in their rooms and in the corridors) and fire escapes, emergency lights, and a 24-hour closed circuit television monitoring system.
The rules and regulations of the AU residence halls are related to the philosophy and objectives of the university. We would like to emphasize a positive and safe environment in order to foster self-discipline and responsibility and to help students to develop themselves mentally and emotionally. Overall, rules and regulations have been established since the university has a responsibility to parents for their children.
All rooms are double room and it is recommended that students apply in pairs. If a student does not have a roommate, then the residence hall staff will find a roommate for them.
To prevent fire hazards and other problems, students are not allowed to bring electrical appliances such as irons, rice cookers, microwaves, kettles, and electrical stoves. Students may make use of the kitchens, laundry services, and the mini marts available in the residence halls.
There is a cleaning service (once per week) for all rooms. All students should clean their rooms regularly every day to ensure their own physical and mental health. In addition, residence halls staff provide cleaning of all common areas, garbage disposal, 24-hour repair service, and 24-hour medical emergency service.