will help you with advice if you have questions or concerns relating your studies.
consists of the Zentralbibliothek and four branch libraries at sites in Darmstadt and Dieburg. The collection comprises about 300,000 volumes and over 800 publications as well as a rapidly growing number of electronic resources.
Meals at the canteen are subsidized for students; partially from the social fees. Anyone else has to pay an additional charge. Therefore, it is important to carry your student ID with you when eating at the canteen. The menu is rich in variety during the run of the semester. You can choose between different main dishes including vegan and vegetarian meals as well as meals with chicken and fish.
Café and study room
The Café Glaskasten on the ground floor of the high-rise building is a central contact point. The bar and lounge area invite you to linger, the study area offers students space to work.
offers a wide range of sports activities to motivate as many students as possible to take part in regular sports activities. The website is in German.
represents the students' interests for all students at the university - vis-à-vis the university management and administrative institutions as well as lecturers, but also vis-à-vis the Studierendenwerk and other organisations dealing with student affairs in the broadest sense.
of the H-DA acts as a central service point for all international aspects of our university.