Creating a Welcoming and Supportive Environment

The Residential Life and Facilities offices are here to create a welcoming environment for all of our students and to develop supportive and engaging student communities within our residences. We provide residential services and support including assistance with accommodation options and information on housing policies and procedures. We also liase with the Student Affairs Office regarding health insurance, residence permits, Office des Poursuites and other Geneva authorities, social opportunities and referrals with any concerns.

Webster Geneva Campus offers on-campus housing in Bellevue in our Living and Learning Center (LLC). Primarily reserved for new, incoming first-time freshmen and transfer students, rooms overlook either Lake Geneva and the Alps or the campus park. Those living here in their first year also benefit from a required room and board plan, which gives a 10% discount on the cost of meals in our on-campus restaurant.

Returning students (2nd and 3rd year), study abroad students and master students have options at our center-city Geneva residence Les Berges. Located in the heart of Geneva along the Rhone River these rooms have a prime location in the city, and are just 15-20 minutes commute to campus by tram/train.

Together with our live-in Assistant Resident Coordinators, the Residential Life staff liaises with the Facilities team regarding room maintenance in order to provide our students a safe, comfortable and well-maintained living and learning environment and a positive residential experience.

Residential Life Resources

Below you will find the most common forms and documents you might need when applying for, or living in, the accommodation at Webster Geneva Campus. If you don't find what you need please contact the Residential Life Office.

Residential Life Staff

Selina Bru

Selina Bru

Housing Coordinator

Phone: +41 22 959 8003

José Lima

José Lima

Facilities Manager

Phone: +41 22 959 8062

Housing and Meal Plan FAQ

Absolutely, at Webster Geneva Campus, we offer our students on campus accommodations and housing options in three dedicated residences located throughout the Geneva state.

At Webster Geneva Campus, we encourage our first-year students to experience campus life by residing on site. However, for those living within a 50-km radius with their family or guardians, we offer flexibility in accommodation choices.

At Webster Geneva Campus, one of our residences is conveniently located on the main campus. The other two housing options are easily accessible, just a 20-minute tram or train ride away.

At Webster Geneva Campus, first-year students residing on campus are required to enroll in the meal plan, ensuring convenient dining options. For other students, while not mandatory, the meal plan remains a readily available option.

Absolutely, at Webster Geneva Campus, we prioritize students' dietary needs. By consulting with our on-site chef, tailored arrangements can be made to accommodate any dietary restrictions.

At Webster Geneva Campus, students are treated as adults, and there is no curfew. However, all residents are expected to follow the rules and guidelines outlined in the Housing Policy Booklet.

Our on-campus accommodation at Webster Geneva Campus offers fully furnished rooms in various sizes, each including a single bed, desk, chair and cupboard. Freshmen (new first-year students) are offered an individual studio room on the campus, many with a view over Lake Geneva, and a private bathroom and kitchen. This is offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and freshmen should commit to this with a deposit, after being admitted.

At Webster Geneva Campus, the safety of our students is paramount. We have security contracts in place with agents who provide either nighttime or 24/7 coverage, depending on the residence. These measures are implemented to ensure a secure environment for all our students, staff and faculty.

Yes, at Webster Geneva Campus, textbooks are covered within the tuition fees. This inclusive approach eliminates the need for students to incur additional costs for essential learning materials, making education more affordable and accessible.