Ukrainian Catholic University is a place that educates and forms. Conditions have been created so that students and teachers can study and experience spiritual and moral growth and professional improvement. The rooms, lecture halls, canteen, rest areas, corridors, study rooms and campus grounds are comfortable by any global standard.
Collegium (Dormitory and Guest Rooms)
Living in the student Collegium, named after Patriarch Josyf Slipyj, is an important part of life for the entire community of the Ukrainian Catholic University. The Collegium adheres to the high quality of life and respective moral standards of the University. These standards include respect for human dignity of all residents, love of the truth, active mutual assistance, care for the common good, the high ethos of Christian witness, service and communication. The Collegium is built on the model of western European colleges with a collegial culture and atmosphere. Situated near Stryiskii park (of the ХІХ cent.), it gives perfect opportunities for study, sports activities and leisure.
The staff of the University and their families live together with students on every floor. On the first floor of the Collegium there is a place for people with special needs, named Emaus House. The Center for Personal Development invites a number of noted scholars, public intellectuals, artists, politicians, and civic figures to spent their time in Collegium and have informal meetings with UCU students and guests.
The University Center (UCU Guest Rooms) is located on the fifth floor of the Collegium, offering 20 comfortable rooms for UCU guests.
UCU’s Library takes pride in its collection of new academic literature. The collections in theology and history of western civilizations are the biggest and best in Ukraine. In May 2015 the University began the construction of the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Center. This is the world-class humanities library and modern education center. The Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Center provides new opportunities for study, group work and research for students, professors, and UCU guests. The library’s first floor will be dedicated as a space for civic creativity.
To apply for the UCU Library ID card, please contact International Office.
Dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and a center of higher learning and culture, UCU is the perfect conference venue for companies, associations, and groups seeking high-quality facilities at an excellent value. UCU offers 2 fully equipped conference halls that hold 250 – 400 people each, 2 main lecture rooms (up to 100 people), 2 smaller lecture rooms (up to 70 people), 60 classrooms (up to 30 people) a conveniently guarded parking area, and a full-service cafeteria.
Conference halls are equipped with: air conditioning system, built-in multimedia screen (180-240 cm), LCD projector (with remote control), sound system, radio microphones, 5 modes of illumination, windows equipped with electric sliding shutters. The lobby at the conference hall is suitable for coffee breaks. The WIFI zone covers the whole buildings. We offer convenient parking, video surveillance, security service, and lounges for guests. Our facility offers the opportunity to organize internationally significant seminars, presentations and conferences at the professional level.
Newsroom and radio-station
UCU offers to its students the newly equipped Newsroom and radio station to develop their media and journalism skills. The radio station is small and cozy with dependable sound insulation and quality technology. A number of FM radio stations could be jealous. The newsroom features large, quality monitors, powerful computers which each include licensed software for video and audio editing, graphic design, and more.
UCU students are running online Radio 412.
The university canteens are located in each of three UCU campuses. In the friendly atmosphere, they serve up traditional Ukrainian and European cuisine, including daily vegetarian options. You can also enjoy a delicious cup of coffee and pastry in UCU Cafeteria. The canteens meet all contemporary requirements for modern catering facilities, its capacity is varying from 50 and up to 200 seats.
The UCU canteens are ready to provide high-quality catering services not only for students and employees of public universities but even for guests of our institute, conference participants, and others. Catering services are provided by the specialist for public catering.
The University gym, located at Kozelnytska street campus is equipped with contemporary training equipment, a track, table tennis, and inventory for workouts and aerobics. A number activities including aerobics, karate, archery, dancing etc are offered for UCU students, staff and guests.
Transport between campuses
There is a shuttle bus to ferry students, teachers, and guests between UCU campuses.
You will find the shuttle bus schedule next to the receptionists’ desk at the entrances to each campus. Make sure you arrive a few minutes early to ensure you get a seat. Seating is limited. Preference is given to teachers and staff.
– Pick-up at Sventsitskoho Campus: back entrance next to the parking lots.
– Pick-up at Kozelnytska Campus (transitional): in front of the signboard “Ukrainian Catholic University”, near the UCU parking zone.
– Pick-up at Khutorivka Campus: right in front of the main entrance.
Bank and ATM locations
There are two ATM of Kredobank on Svientsitskoho 17 street (on the basement level) and Kozelnytska 2a campuses. ATM can issue in cash only in UAH, no more than 1000 UAH per one time (so you should use it several times to get more).