SASNOVA currently has three Halls of Residence for students of the University, with total of 452 beds. Priority is given to Portuguese scholarship students and foreign students on exchange programs.
Halls of Residence
Alfredo de Sousa Halls (176 beds)
Fraústo da Silva Halls (208 beds)
Lumiar Halls (68 beds)
SASNOVA's Halls of Residence have their own regulations.These include acceptance conditions, use of equipment, internal discipline, and student participation in managing, conserving and cleaning the Halls.
SASNOVA is committed to helping disabled students, so as to promote their independence and inclusion into this academic context. Alfredo de Sousa Halls and Fraústo da Silva Halls each have two single rooms with a private bathroom that are equipped for disabled students.
Types of Accommodation
Term-Time Accommodation refers to accommodation during the University’s term-time (mid-September to mid-July), for more than three months.
Resident students must sign a Term-Time Accommodation Contract with SASNOVA binding them to all rights and duties defined by the regulations.
Temporary Accommodation refers to short stays during the academic year (residents’ family, congress participants, or others) depending on availability, or stays during the non-academic period (from mid-July to mid-September) known as Summer Accommodation.
Resident students must sign a Temporary Accommodation Contract with SASNOVA binding them to all rights and duties defined by the regulations.
NOVA students Term Time Accommodation - 2013/2014
Temporary Accommodation - 2013/2014
There is a Residents Commission at each Halls of Residence whose aim is to ease communication between Accommodation Services and all residents.