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Children on campus

Nursing and Nappy-Changing-Facilities

In almost every building there is a nappy-changing facility – these are mainly located in the accessible toilets, if this is not possible, they are usually found in the women’s restrooms.

The list of nappy-changing facilities (in German) provides information about where there are nappy-changing facilities in which buildings. Nursing rooms are located in GW2 building (first aid room of GW2, please collect your key from the checkout in the cafeteria) and in the first aid room of the MZH building (Room 1170).

Family Room

The family room is located directly opposite the Mensa cafeteria in the former KiTa building, right next to several childcare facilities. Equipped with sofas, tables, and toys, the family room offers parents and children enough space to take a break, to study with their children, or to meet fellow students. 

Kinder im Spielbereich

Play corner in the cafeteria (GW 2)

There is a large wooden playpen with toys in the cafeteria in GW 2. Here parents meet with children to play and chat. There is also a microwave to warm up baby and toddler food.

Spielturm in der Mensa

Play corner in the "Uni-Mensa"

In the lower area of ​​the cafeteria (with a view of the lake) there is a large, versatile children's play island. Young and old children will find age-appropriate physical "challenges" here. In addition to the play area, there are also high chairs.

Parent child working space FB 5 - GEO

The room 1420 (level 1) in the GEO building is a parent child working space. Children from 6 months to 12 years can play here while their parents are working

Further information

Parent child working space GW 1

There is a freely accessible parent-child room on the second floor of GW1 in room B2090. You can access the room using the elevator. The parent-child room is equipped with a desk and chair and a children's table with children's chairs. You will also find a changing mat, various play elements and a play sofa in the room. A kitchen for warming up food can be found in the hallway. The department head, Henry Ohlmann (ohlmann@uni-bremen.de), is available to answer any questions you may have about using the room.

Toy Boxes to Borrow

Childcare workers on strike? School is closed? Nanny canceled last minute? There are many reasons why students or employees of the University of Bremen are forced to spontaneously take their child to the campus. 
To make sure that such a day is as relaxed as possible for the children as well as for the parents, there are toy boxes to borrow at several locations on the university campus.

Would your department like to have a toy box? Then contact Ms. Abdel Wahed from the Administrative Unit 08 (samira.abdel.wahedprotect me ?!vw.uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de).

Spielekiste

Print office at the Maintenance Depot (Betriebshof)

Klagenfurter Straße, room 1110
28359 Bremen

Contact: Sergej Dorogi
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-60880
(Please call before you come by!)

GW 2 building

Enrique-Schmidt-Straße, room B 2370
28359 Bremen

Contact: Betina da Rocha
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-61152
(Please call before you come by!)

MZH building

Bibliothekstraße, room 2260
28359 Bremen

Contact: Ivona Piotrowska
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-63810
(Please call before you come by!)

Sportturm (SpT) building

Badgasteiner Straße, room C 4010
28359 Bremen

Contact: Meike Langer
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-61908
(Please call before you come by!)

VWG building (central administration)

Bibliothekstraße 1, room 1410
28359 Bremen

Contact: Doreen Gregor
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-60566
(Please call us before you come by!)

Spielekisten
Spielebeutel

Toy bags - toys to borrow

Is the toy box too big and bulky? In that case you are welcome to borrow individual toys. 

What? We have toys for children from zero to ten years (Duplo and other building blocks, pens, coloring books, etc.).  

Where? You can borrow the toys from the Family Care Office (Please contact us in advance by email: familienprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de)

Spielturm in der Mensa

Free Lunch for Children in the Mensa Cafeteria

Free Lunch for Children in the Mensa Cafeteria

The Student Services Organization offers students’ children until the age of six a lunch free of charge at the Mensa cafeteria.   
In order to make use of the offer, you will need to register first, which can be done at the service point of the Mensa cafeteria. 

To register please provide:

  • (a copy of) the child’s birth certificate
  • proof of enrollment of one of the parents 

The free lunch for children is only handed out if the child is accompanying its parents. 

 

Children in the Library

Students with children are very welcome in the SuUB. Strollers may be taken into the library.

  • family room (room 3290) is available on level 3. 
  • A little box with picture books, which children are welcome to use, is available on level 1. 
  • nappy-changing table is available in the accessible toilets level 1.
Kinderfest

Kinderfest for Children and Families on Campus

The working group family-friendly university (website in German only) organizes a Kinderfest on campus once a year in the summer semester. 

All members of the university and their children are invited to spend the afternoon on campus with other parents and children, meet new people, play games, and eat together.