Student House (Dormitory)

S. Toraighyrov Pavlodar State University has a dormitory (Student House, located on 101 Tolstoy St.), which consists of five floors, divided into three blocks. Total number of rooms is 162. The current capacity of the Student House is 360 beds. Places in the dormitory are given, first of all, to socially disadvantaged students, grant winners and students from other regions of Kazakhstan. According to the decision made by the Academic Council of the University, orphaned students are exempt from paying for accommodation.

For organization of students' leisure, the dormitory has an auditorium with 120 seats. It is equipped with audio system with karaoke, projection TV set with the diagonal of 114 cm, cable TV, video and media libraries which are regularly supplemented. The dormitory has a computer class, gym, and a tennis court. All sports facilities have the necessary equipment. Summer sports grounds were built on the territory of Student House. Horizontal bars, wall bars, parallel bars and a serpent were installed.

For the convenience of students, the dormitory has a comfortable classroom. There is a reading hall. Student House has round-the-clock security and video surveillance. The territory of the dormitory is well-landscaped: it has benches and is planted with flowers.

Due to the shortage of places in the dormitory, construction of a new building for 500 students began in the territory of S. Toraighyrov PSU (64 Lomov St.) in 2013. Built-up area: 2,097 sq.m. Total area: 10,723.0 sq.m., building volume: 35,100.0 sq.m. Number of floors: 5.

Information on the Material and Technological Infrastructure

The name, address, telephoneType of the dormitoryCommissioning yearRenovation yearTotal squareNumber of beds
Student House,
101 Tolstoy St.,
Sectional 1973 2012 4009 360


Places in the dormitory are provided primarily to the following categories of students:

1) Students orphans and WPS

2) Students with disabilities

3) Students from a large family (4 or more children under 18 years)

4) Students from low-income families

5) Students from single-parent families

6) Nonresident students