Housing issues

Röskva wants more student housing
Röskva celebrates the building of new dormitories. It is clear that more must be done. Röskva wants plans for further building construction to be pursued with diligence. The housing market is burdensome to students and is it necessary to make amends immediately.

Do more for those on waitinglists

Röskva wants to do more for those who are on waiting lists for housing. For an example it would be possible to make laundry houses accessable for those who are on waiting lists.

Pet-friendly student apartments
Röskva wants students, like others, to be able to keep their pets when they move to the student apartments. Röskva suggests that pets will be allowed in at least some of the student apartment buildings.

NEW ACCESSIBLE RESIDENCES

Röskva wants new student residences to be wheelchair-accessible. Besides providing students in wheelchairs with more housing options, this would allow residents to invite friends or family members in wheelchairs to visit them at home.

MORE COMMON ROOMS IN APARTMENT COMPLEXES

“The Club” common room in the student apartment complex at Brautarholt has served students well, and Röskva wants new student residence complexes to include similar spaces.

THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM

Housing should be a priority in the campaign for student rights.

UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION

The current lack of student housing limits students’ ability to study at the university. More student residences are needed to ensure equal access to education, and the selection of student housing should do more to enable individuals to study, for instance people who struggle with difficult social circumstances, international students, and others.

STUDENT COMMUNITY

Röskva wants student residences to be designed in such a way that they create a positive, social campus community.