Sogn Student Village offers housing units in all shapes and sizes, and is located in quiet and green surroundings. Sogn is our second largest and our oldest student village. In the student village you will find kindergartens, a grocery shop, and the activity house Amatøren. Ullevål Stadion, with its many shops and underground to the city centre, is only a short walk away. Sogn Student Village is a good match whether you want to live alone, with your partner or children.
The underground from Ullevål Station runs to the centre of Oslo. You can reach the city centre in less than 10 mins, with departures several times every quarter of an hour. There are also bus lines connecting Ullevål and Majorstuen.
Sogn Student Village has a total of 1683 housing units. There are many different types of housing units; from single rooms for one person to large flats for families.
Sogn Student Village is just a stone's throw away from Sognsvann and Nordmarka. There are kindergartens, grocery shops and a study room with wireless internet access in the area. Amatøren, the students' own activity house, is located on the property. The activity house hosts events such as concerts and quiz evenings.
Q-Park rents out parking spots at the student village. Guests must buy a parking ticket from the machine. Bikes must be parked in the bike rack or bike sheds and both bikes and strollers must be marked with a sticker available from the SiO Customer Service Centre.
Your mailbox is located at Rolf E. Stenersens allé 34. The post room is open from 08:00am to 00 (midnight).
There is a study room with wireless internet access for students located at Rolf E. Stenersens allé 27. Contact the SiO Customer Service Centre to gain access to the study room.
Everyone who lives in the student village has access to a storage room, either shared or private. The storage room is located in the attic or basement. Remember to buy a padlock for the storage room.
The fire alarm systems in the student village are connected directly to the Agency of Fire and Rescue Services. If you cause a false alarm, you will be charged for the fire brigade’s emergency cost. Read more about fire safety here.
You are responsible for changing the lightbulbs in your own housing unit. SiO Housing is responsible for changing the lightbulbs in bathroom and kitchen if you share with more than two people. If the lightbulbs in the common rooms burn out please contact us via My page.
If your flat has a balcony, it is important to be considerate towards those living with you. This means no barbequing, smoking, airing carpets or storage on balconies.
At Sogn there are different regulations that apply to billing of energy. The majority of rooms have a fixed energy surcharge every month. Some flats order their electricity directly from Hafslund. You will receive information about this when moving in.