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The Eurometropole of Strasbourg is offering 300€ to help students pay their rent or energy costs (under certain conditions). Students will be able to benefit from this from Monday 3 May by filling in a simplified online form at

Mutual aid and networking platform for the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg: food aid from residents for students in difficulty.

Possibility to buy 1 or 2 meals for 1 € in all Restos U ’, as well as partner restaurants, such as Stift, Fec and Ort. You must have activated your Izly account (virtual wallet) to be able to benefit from these € 1 meals:  The opening hours and details for enjoying these € 1 meals are available here: A few number of students can eat on the spot (very limited because of special covid measures of 2m distance between people).
Exceptionally, the Resto U' in Paul Appell will continue to provide lunch, evening and weekend services until 27 June! Please note that the evening hours remain unchanged, despite the change in curfew (5pm-7pm).

Free distributions on presentation of the student card by the Afges at the Minotaure (Gallia stop, 1 quai du Maire Dietrich) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on Wednesday, Mai 12. And 26.

Afges also manages solidarity grocery stores, Agoraé, to find out if you can benefit from it, see this page: 

Distribution by Secours populaire on Saturday 21 May from 1pm to 4pm at the Esplanade sports centre (access 5 rue du Jura), on presentation of proof of student status and a contribution of 2€. Don't forget to bring your bags to carry fresh and frozen food. More information on

Students can access free environmentally friendly sanitary protection dispensers. These dispensers are in place at the SSU and in all university residences.
A new sanitary  protection dispenser will soon be available at the MUI (International University House).

The association Le Parcours proposes the operation "Confidence and self-esteem". From 17 May to 31 July, haircuts/brushes are 1€ for men and 2€ for women on presentation of a student card; 40 Rue de la Doller, 67000 Strasbourg. All info here.

The restaurant La Table de la Cathédrale offers a home-made burger + fresh fries for 1€ every Wednesday and Friday lunchtime until the end of June on presentation of a student card, 
6 place de la grande boucherie, 67000 Strasbourg.

Further information on the actions of solidarity structures on



The health university service is open. Free general medical consultations are organised.

It is possible for students with disability to make an appointment with the Service de la vie universitaire-Mission handicap by email: More info here.

The medical-psychological reception centre of the University of Strasbourg  (CAMUS) offers students with psychological difficulties consultations by appointment without advance payment with a psychologist or a psychiatrist, consultation possible by teleconsultation. To contact: or 03.88.521.551. More information:
Santé Psy Étudiants, a new system that allows you to benefit from free-of-charge sessions with a psychologist, cf.

Who are the partner psychologists? List on 

Useful tips, as well as information about the various support services in english available on  

For young people aged 12 to 25, Santé publique France offers a dedicated platform, Fil Santé Jeunes, an anonymous and free service, which also has a helpline, 0 800 235 236, which is accessible every day. 

18 Rescue relay students are available to listen to students experiencing difficulties on the various campuses of the University, but also in the associated institutions: ENGEES, ENSAS, HEAR, INSA.
Cité relay students are present in all the Cités U in Alsace. Their contact details are available here

Do not hesitate to contact a social worker of the Crous de Strasbourg in case of financial difficulties, by e-mail. Enclosing your school certificate, your mobile phone number and the reason for the request. In case of emergency: 03 88 21 28 48. 

The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI) and the CROUS have set up a special hotline for students experiencing financial difficulties to find out information: 0 806 000 278 (9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, price of a local call, not surcharged).

Difficulty accessing the Internet? Get a free SIM card by writing to

Transportation: you can still rent a Vélhop at the student rate (42€ or 10€ for scholarship students for the rest of the university year) see

New version of the CTS mobile application to buy your tickets, find out about timetables, get traffic alerts, find a itinerary, etc. Available on all Android and iOS smartphones. And find many more features on .

From Tuesday 4 May 2021,reception desks without appointment, run by civic service agents from the Caisse d'Allocations Familliales du Bas-Rhin, will enable the public to be assisted with their dematerialised procedures at the administrative centre (1 Parc de l'Étoile, 67076 Strasbourg Cedex), Tuesday and Friday from 9am to 12pm and Wednesday and Thursday from 2pm to 5pm.

Are you between 18 and 25 years old and would like to go on holiday? Once a year, the Agence Nationale pour les Chèques-Vacances (French National Holiday Vouchers Agency) allows you to benefit from financial aid by choosing your destination:  and especially .  

The Grand Est Region is proposing, via its Jeun'est programme, a contribution to help students go back to classes. You can get financial aid of €50 for one night in a partner hotel between 4 May and 30 June 2021. Offer limited to the first 2000 users. Information here


The curfew applies to the entire national territory between 9pm and 6am. More info on: 

Government’s gradual easing of Covid restrictions from 3 May (conditional on the health situation in each department). Information here:
Since 19 May 2021:
Curfew postponed to 9pm and reopening of shops, terraces, museums, cinemas and theatres with limited seating capacity.
Third stage: 9 June 2021 
Curfew at 11pm and reopening of indoor cafés and restaurants and sports halls.
Stage 4: 30 June 2021 
End of curfew.

The sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages on the public highway are prohibited between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. in 13 municipalities of the department (Strasbourg, Bischeim, Bischwiller, Erstein, Haguenau, Hoenheim, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, Lingolsheim, Obernai, Ostwald, Saverne, Schiltigheim) up to and including 28 May.


From 12 May, vaccination against Covid-19 is open to people over 18 years old without co-morbidity on the « Vite ma dose » website via the "Chronodose" function or application. Appointments can only be made from 4pm for a slot available the following day.

Consult the map of screening locations near you, procedures, priority people, what to do at the first signs on the Agence Régoniale de la Santé's website

More info on 

General info from :


Libraries of the University of Strasbourg (BU Unistra)

Open by appointment, computers available on site. A good place to study and get help. All the info: 

Strasbourg National University Library (BNU)

Also open by appointment (via Affluences) with computer stations available on site – new: free registrations for all students! Hours: Monday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday: 2 p.m. to 9 p.m (change to closure at 7pm starting on March 29)

Strasbourg City and Eurometropolis libraries

Open, possible to borrow / return documents, withdraw reservations, register. Closes at 5.30 p.m.: more info:

La cabanne des créateurs offers students to share their co-working spaces (with access to Wi-Fi, computers and a printer): 10 places per day open by reservation (mail to, tel. 03 88 81 14 83). The place is open from 9 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday, at 1 place de la Gare, 67300 Schiltigheim. 


On you will find useful information and links to platforms listing job vacancies, such as Jobaviz of the Crous, of the University or of the City & Eurometropolis of Strasbourg. 

On, useful links and info on internships. On the City & Eurometropolis Platform, there are still around 40 internships to be filled (put “internship” under the keywords to consult them, and then to apply, create an account on My Strasbourg).

The "Un jeune, une solution" plan, launched in 2020 by the State, aims to offer a solution to each young person: hiring aid, training, support, financial aid for young people in difficulty.

For professional advice and experience sharing in your field, get sponsored through the online sponsorship service of the University of Strasbourg's Alumni network which works for professional mutual support between students and graduates.
All information: 


Become a volunteer and find assignments in a few clicks near you or at home: 




Student associations (like Afges, Afev, Esn Strasbourg) continue to maintain links with students and to offer online activities to accompany you, inform, entertain ..., more information on their websites or facebook pages, Discord…


The campus life service continues to offer activities from May to July: 

The Crous offers online activities as part of the initiative « Chill ton Crous », open to all and free. Information here

Eucor- European Campus and CROUS organize from 18 May to 10 June the Franco-German Sustainable Development Days: free face-to-face or online workshops open to all! Details of the workshops and registration here.


Jardin des sciences is offering a brand new series of video capsules: "Portraits of scientists" to meet the actors and actresses of research. To be found from Monday 26 April at 3 pm on youtube. 


The planetarium of the University of Strasbourg reopened its doors on 19 May. For students, sessions on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1pm are entirely free on presentation of the campus pass.

The Digital Culture Center (CCN) offers workshops and training (free!): 

Some outdoor and indoor activities (accessible only with a medical prescription) are possible with the Unistra Sports Service. The Sports Service also continues to offer online activities (pedagogical tutorials, physical practice sessions) on Ernest

Many useful tips and links for students on GLUE - Garder le lien Unistra. You will also find the contacts of people in the university services who are there to help you.

Culture info & events on 

Other important information (FAQ teaching, exams, internships, university vacations, etc. updated on April 8) related to the University of Strasbourg here.


Discover, during Visibility Month from 16 May to 18 June, events organised by LGBTI associations and their supporters, under the sign of visibility, tolerance, defence of Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) rights, but also of conviviality and openness to others.

As part of the Festival of Europe 2021 throughout the month of May, the city of Strasbourg has programmed, in partnership with associations and institutions, exhibitions, conferences, discovery tours, a village of European associations, and activities at the Place d'Europe.) All the programme here

The 3rd edition of the Grenze starts on 19 May with concerts and DJ sets, a disco aperitif, massages, yoga, a bookshop and readings; rue Georges Wodli, on a former SNCF industrial site. All the programme here.

More than 300 artists will open the doors of their studios for the 22nd edition of the Ateliers Ouverts which will take place on 22-23 and 29-30 May from 2pm to 7pm throughout Alsace.

The Museums of the City of Strasbourg are free until 30 June.  .


(Non-exhaustive information updated on 25 Mai, 2021)

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