UIII provides its academic community with housing and dormitories exclusively for students. On-campus housing
for Professors, Campus Staff, and Married Students are available while the Student Dormitory has a capacity of 263 students. The dormitories are handicap friendly, particularly on the ground floor.
If you are arriving before the semester starts, before your residence hall allows you to move in, or before your house lease starts, you may look into temporary housing at these hotels:
Hotel Santika Depok
Jl. Margonda Raya No.Kav. 88, Kemiri Muka, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16423, Indonesia
+62 21 77219291
7.7 km from UIII
Jl. Margonda Raya Depok Kav. 462 - 465 Beji, Pondok Cina, Beji, Kota Depok,Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia
+62 21 80629666
8.6 km from UIII
Favehotel Margonda Depok
Jl. Margonda Raya No.166, Kemiri Muka, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia
+62 21 29301400
6.3 km from UIII
Savero Hotel Depok
Jl. Margonda Raya No.230A, Kemiri Muka, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16423, Indonesia
+62 21 77802300
5.6 km from UIII
The Margo Hotel
Jl. Margonda Raya No.358, Kemiri Muka, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia
+62 21 29515888
9.5 km from UIII
Jl. Raya Duta Pelni No.3, Cisalak, Kec. Cimanggis, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16418, Indonesia
3.1 km from UIII
OYO 630 Green Lake View Cimanggis
Curug, Cimanggis, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16455, Indonesia +62 21 29707600 3.7 km from UIII
UIII Homestay Program
Through this program, you are housed by a UIII’s staff or faculty member for 2-3 days before your permanent housing is available.
Types of student housing in Depok include UIII Student Housing and Residence halls (for single students), UIII family housing (which accommodates some married students and their dependents), and off-campus rooms and houses.
UIII Student Housing and Residence is a great option for students. Residence halls offer on-campus housing and meal plans for all students.
UIII Student Housing and Residence is designed to provide learning environments where all students feel safe, and involved in social and academic engagements.
Most residents share a room with one or two other people, assigned to a room at random. These dorms are furnished with basic furniture and are convenient for academic buildings. Total room, board, and associated costs are included in one bill each semester.
Off-campus rooms and houses are plentiful but sometimes more expensive than dorms. A lease is almost always required and usually ranges from 6 to 12 months.
Things to consider when moving off-campus:
- Will rent be paid monthly or yearly and to whom?
- Are any utilities (water, electricity, internet, etc.) included? How do you set these up? If not included, how much more can you expect to pay monthly?
- How long is the lease period?
- If renting a room from someone, what parts of the house can you use?
- If you have roommates or you are leasing from a person/company, discuss your living arrangements: how to split costs and chores, who is responsible for paying for which utilities, whether and when it’s fine to have guests, and whether smoking is permitted?
- Proximity to campus and grocery/convenience stores (is it close enough to walk? How long is the commute time?)
- How close is public transportation?
- Are furnishings provided?
- How safe is the neighborhood?
- If you have children, how far are their school or childcare providers?