Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Two students from the Sassoli Promotion, Nina and Olivier, took the initiative to compile references (books, films, research) to delve deeper into the topic. Take a...
The Natolin campus with its historic Palace and 120-hectare park is probably one of the most beautiful student campuses in Europe. The old historical buildings, including the Manor House, the Stables and the Coach House, were brought up to contemporary living standards, and new buildings were erected in a style keeping with the harmony of the Palace and its surrounding park. The Stables today house the Library, an auditorium-style lecture hall, as well as a computer room. The Coach House contains several small seminar rooms as well as the center for Languages and Intercultural Dialogue.
The Natolin campus boasts two residence buildings on-site ("Włodkowic" and "Retinger"), and additional accommodation located nearby. All residences contain single, fully equipped student rooms, and other features of the residences include an exercise zone (with gym and sauna), spacious study rooms, and common spaces for social and recreational activities.
The Włodkowic Residence also houses a sauna, a fitness room, a common room as well as a computer room. The Retinger Residence also offers an auditorium-style lecture hall, seminar rooms and a computer room. It also accommodates a common room in the basement and the game room. The campus also features a football pitch, located just behind the library. The halls of residence are open throughout the academic year with the exception of a short period from the end of December until the beginning of January. The Head of Residences and the receptionists take care of the students' well-being in the residences. All students are expected to live on campus or in our rented villas or apartments adjacent to the campus. However, neither the halls of residence at the College nor our adjacent villas and apartments are designed to accommodate couples.
The Natolin restaurant caters with full board to students for 7 days/week under several diet plan options. Students are also regularly treated to special culinary dishes prepared by the restaurant on feast days, as well as the cuisine of cultures represented on the campus (during the Natolin National Days).