The Living Room

View on the Living Room
Pooltable in the Living Room

Do you want to take a break from studying? Want to get a quick massage, play some board games, or play pool? Or do you need a listening ear? Then come visit the Living Room in the Langeveld Building located on the ground floor of the Langeveld Building (next to Polak, walk to the hallway behind the stairs in the atrium). 

All EUR students are welcome! There is always a host - a trained student! - to welcome you. 

For regular updates, follow our Instagram page: @eurlivingroom

Massage chair in the Living Room

Focus on your wellbeing in The Living Room

The Living Room is a place on campus accessible to all students, without exclusion, serving a diverse and inclusive audience, reflecting the EUR community as it is. In the Living Room you can relax, play board games, play pool, knit, and much more. Several activities aimed at boosting your wellbeing are regularly organised in the Living Room. This is the perfect place to meet other students. There is also an information point, the Personal Support Hub, for student wellbeing and personal development.

The Personal Support Hub

The Personal Support Hub (PSH) is the central place for wellbeing and personal development for students. Here, a separate room accessible via the Living Room, you can find all relevant information about the EUR support offer, visit a walk-in consultation hour with a professional, follow interesting workshops free of charge and have peer-to-peer contact about personal matters with one of our trained student-hosts. Find out more about the PSH.  

Talking on the couch in the Living Room. Boardgames in the Living Room


  • Meeting point for students
  • Games and relaxation (board games, pool table, and much more)
  • Listening ear provided by hosts (trained students)
  • The Personal Support Hub (information point for student wellbeing resources)
  • A wide range of activities and workshops: follow us on Instagram @eurlivingroom

All EUR students are welcome! The Living Room is accessible to all students, without exclusion, serving a diverse and inclusive audience, reflecting the EUR community as it is. 

The Living Room can be found in the New Education Building (also known as the Langeveld Building). The Living Room is located on the ground floor. From the main entrance of the building, you have to walk all the way to the back, and take a right, which is where you will find the Living Room.

Campus Map - where to find the Living Room
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From Monday to Friday, from 11:00h until 17:00h.

Student assistants
Three student assistants manage the Living Room, they respectively take care of:

  • Projects and Monitoring
  • Internal and External Relations
  • Marketing and Communication

Our trained (student) hosts are present in the Living Room every weekday from 12:00 to 17:00 to welcome you with a listening ear if you need it!

The Living Room can be used for events aimed at improving student wellbeing. See this link for terms and conditions and to fill out the request form:

Request form for using the Living Room.

We will get back to you within two weeks.

The Living Room is one of the projects  of the Student Wellbeing Programme.
The EUR Student Wellbeing programme is here to create opportunities for all students to improve personal growth and boost wellbeing during their student life. We are working to change the focus from study success to student success, helping you thrive beyond your academic life. For more info, check out the Student Wellbeing Platform.

To find the available support service that fits you best depending on your needs and desires, have a look at the webpages of the Student Wellbeing Platform.

Please reach out! You can send us an e-mail:

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