Housing

Bedroom

Sleeping quarters include beds with mattresses, computer desks, closets for clothes and additional storage cupboards. Additionally, each room is provided with air conditioning and heating units.

Common Area

Dorm common area rooms include sofa sets, dining tables and chairs. Each room also features internet capabilities for each resident.

Kitchen

AUIS' dorms include a kitchenette, complete with a refrigerator, freezer, sink, and hot plate. Standard and economy rooms also offer microwaves.

AUIS is committed to helping our students from outside Sulaimani feel at home in their new city.  Our accommodations offer students a home away from home with completely furnished apartment style housing, including kitchen facilities.
AUIS operates separate male and female dormitories.  Our female dorms are located within a few minutes walk from campus and our male dorms are just a short bus ride away.  AUIS provides transportation between the male dorms and campus.
AUIS also offers a shuttle on the weekend to ensure our dorm students have access to Sulaimani’s many restaurants, stores, movie theater, and bazaar.
Both the male and female dorms have dormitory supervisors who enforce the dorm rules and manage any issues that arise, including disciplinary or maintenance issues.  Click here for a complete list of dorm rules.  Questions regarding the university’s dorm policies can be answered by the student services coordinator, Leah McNally at leah.mcnally@auis.edu.iq.
Male dorms students should contact Darya Nawzad at darya.nawzad@auis.edu.iq or Ayub Salih at ayub.salih@auis.edu.iq with questions regarding housing facilities. 
Female students can direct their questions regarding dormitories to Bnar Jalal at bnar.jalal@auis.edu.iq.

AUIS is committed to helping our students from outside Sulaimani feel at home in their new city.  Our accommodations offer students a home away from home with completely furnished apartment style housing, including kitchen facilities.

AUIS operates separate male and female dormitories. The apartment-style rooms are spacious and provide students with both privacy and social interaction with their peers. The standard and economy options provide double occupancy bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. The building has the capacity to house 426 students. 

Both the male and female dorms have dormitory supervisors and student residence assistants who enforce the dorm rules and manage any issues that arise, including disciplinary or maintenance issues. 

Questions regarding the university’s dorm policies can be answered by Housing Manager Dastan Chaosh at dastan.chaosh@auis.edu.iq.

Fees

Private - $280/month
One bedroom, single occupancy
Includes single bed, study/living room, bathroom

Standard - $150/month
Two bedrooms, double occupance (total four people)
Includes two beds per room, study/living room, two bathrooms and kitchenette

Economy - $120/month
Three bedrooms, double occupancy (total six people)
Includes two beds per room, study/living room, two bathrooms and kitchenette

Forms

  1. Housing Policy
  2. Housing Calendar (Academic)
  3. Housing Calendar (APP)
  4. What to Bring
  5. Check in/out procedures
  6. Housing Application Form
  7. Housing Request Form