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Safe, clean, and conveniently-located dormitories are available for those who choose to live on-campus. All bachelor nursing students are housed on the main campus during their first year, which is convenient to their general education classes and provide opportunities to mix with students from other programs. Years two – four are spent on the Suan Dok campus.

Please note that Chiang Mai University is a smoke-free and alcohol-free campus and smoking and consuming alcohol on campus (which includes the dormitories) is prohibited. Fines for smoking violations begin at 5,000THB. Those caught smoking or drinking alcohol may be asked to find accommodation off-campus.

Info on CMU dormitories
Bachelor students are eligible to stay on the main campus for their first year. Students who are interested in staying in the main campus dormitories should contact the University Dormitory Office to reserve a room:
     University Dormitory Office
     239 Huay Kaew Road
     Muang, Chiang Mai 50200
     Administration Tel: 053-93-4748
     Service Tel: 053-93-4747

Dormitories at the Faculty of Nursing

The Faculty of Nursing has 4 student dormitories. Within the dormitories, male and female students are located in separate wings. Undergraduates are placed in Dormitory 1 or the Peer Dormitory, while graduate students are housed in either the Peer Dormitory or Dormitory 3. The 55th Anniversary Dormitory is mostly reserved for graduate students, though undergraduates may also live there pending availability. International students are largely housed in the 55th Anniversary Dorm (or Dormitory 3, if there is not enough space), which ranges in price from 5,500THB to 12,000THB per month. Electricity is charged separately per month. All dorm residents are required to pay a 2,000THB deposit fee, which is returned at the end of the semester after a room inspection.

All rooms on campus are furnished. Furnished rooms include a bed, closet, desk and chair, telephone, as well as protective mosquito screens and netting. All dormitories have multipurpose rooms for socializing complete with television with satellite reception as well as other social areas furnished with tables and chairs. Computers with internet access are available on each floor.


Dormitory 1
This dorm houses undergraduate students and has fan rooms ranging from 3-6 people per room. Each floor has a shared bathroom.

Peer Dormitory
Reserved for undergraduate and graduate students, this dorm (which is run by CMU for FON students) has both singles for those who prefer to live alone as well as doubles. Each floor has a shared bathroom.

Dormitory 3
Reserved for graduate students, this dorm has singles for those who prefer to live alone as well as doubles. All rooms have air-conditioning as well as private attached bathrooms. Dorm 3 also has cooking facilities.

55th Anniversary Dormitory
This dormitory opened in 2017 and has spacious rooms with attached private bathrooms and air conditioning. This dormitory has mostly international graduate students and a few undergraduates. While single rooms are available, most rooms are doubles. 


Off-Campus Some students prefer to live off-campus and there are many options close to the main campus and the health sciences campus.

It is impossible to publish a comprehensive list of housing options; however, below is a list of websites and apartment buildings recommended by current students.

Nearby Health Sciences Campus:
Bene Deva Mansion, 5,900THB per month (across from Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital) Phone: 053 808 811 https://www.facebook.com/BeneDeva/

Nearby Main Campus:
P&D Place (for women only), 3,000THB per month (close to the Canal Road) Phone: 0820283757

Muslim-friendly neighborhood:
Chiang Mai Land – Southeastern part of Chiang Mai City near Ping River. Houses in this neighborhood rent for 9,500THB per month

For those looking for to rent a house:


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