There are diverse apartments, dormitories, and rented houses off-campus with reasonably price which are in good condition and very closed to the University, food center, and other services (Furnished bed, wardrobe and desk, and private bathroom). Some provide High-speed Internet access and telephone, which increase the rental rate as well.

       - Fan: Rental 2,000 - 2,800 Baht/month (67-94 US$)
       - Air-conditioned: Rental 3,500 - 5,000 Baht/month (117 - 167 US$) 

*The rental rate above excludes deposit. The deposit is refundable as students check out based on dormitory's condition.

**To apply for a room, students should contact the related faculty, International Relation Office, or Graduate School who will help you. Please inform the arriving date for dormitory reservation.

        Temporary Accommodation

The University provides temporary accommodation for students and visitors, located on-campus. Room rate is considered reasonable comparing to others temporary hotels and houses outside.

       Kwanmor Hotel

The hotel locates opposite the Mor Dindaeng Shrine. All rooms equip with air conditioner, water heater, TV, refrigerator, wireless internet, and telephone.

Twin room 600 Baht/night Tel. +66 4334 3097

        Mekhong Institute

Located near the Faculty of Education. All rooms have air conditioner, water heater, TV, and refrigerator.
     Single room  450 Baht/night
     Twin room  450 Baht/night
     Mini Suite  550 Baht/night
     Deluxe Suite 700 Baht/night

Tel. +66 4320 2411-2  Fax.+66 4334 3131

        Nursing Dormitory

Belongs to the Faculty of Nursing, located opposite the Faculty of Applied Art, near the President Office. All rooms have air conditioner, water heater, TV, and refrigerator.
     Single room  300 Baht/night
     Twin room  400 Baht/night
     Suite  500 Baht/ night

*the cost is subject to be changed as to the condition. Please contact the hotel directly for updated information. 

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