The Campusbüro Uni mit Kind is a cooperative institution of Studentenwerk Dresden and the Technische Universität Dresden and is run by Studentenwerk Dresden.

Studentenwerk Dresden
A public law institution (German: Anstalt des öffentlichen Rechts)
Fritz-Löffler-Straße 18
01069 Dresden

In order to fulfill its duty to provide information to data subjects and to guarantee your rights, Studentenwerk Dresden has put into place data privacy statements for all user-access areas as well as for job applicants and employees in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

All privacy-related information regarding the Campusbüro Uni mit Kind can be found in the “Beratung und Kinderbetreuung” section (currently only available in German).

You can find the privacy policy of the Studentenwerk Dresden here (currently only available in English).

The Uni mit Kind campus office is located at Nürnberger Ei, near the Südvorstadt (line 8) stop.

Campusbüro Uni mit Kind
Nürnberger Straße 31 A
01187 Dresden

Important note: The campus office and its services are open to students from all Dresden universities!

You can find us using the TU Dresden’s Campus Navigator, TU Dresden’s Campus Navigator OpenStreetMap or by searching Google.

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Arrival by public transport

Check the website of the Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe to find the right bus or train connection. If you enter the address of the Campusbüro as your destination, the city map section will also show the walking distance from your stop to our front door.

These public transit lines will take you almost right to our doorstep:

  • Tram line 8 to the "Südvorstadt" stop, or line 3 to the "Nürnberger Platz" stop


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  • Bus line 61 to the “Bernhardstraße” stop

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If you can’t find the way, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We can talk you through the last few meters.

The Studentenwerk Dresden has an aid program for female students who are expecting a child and have a low income:

  • One-time aid amounting to €200
  • Additionally a free meal card worth €50 for Studentenwerk Dresden cafeterias

If the applicant’s income slightly exceeds the maximum income limit by a maximum of 10%, the aid is granted to the amount of €100 plus a free meal card worth €50.

Aid can be awarded upon application to expectant mothers who are enrolled at a university within Studentenwerk Dresden’s jurisdiction and who are obliged to pay fees to Studentenwerk Dresden. The aid is intended to help defray the cost for needs such as clothing, healthy food, personal hygiene items, and medication for female students during their pregnancy. Grant recipients are not required to furnish proof of use. No legal claim exists to have the grant approved.

Aid is granted if the proven household income before birth does not exceed

  • €861.00 (single parent)
  • €1161.00 (single parent with one child)
  • €1722.00 (joint household with spouse/partner)
  • €2022.00 (joint household with spouse/partner and one child)

The following types of income are exempt from means testing; however they must be listed in the application:

  • Child’s income (e.g. children’s allowance, child support)
  • Benefits related to parenthood (e.g. minimum parental allowance of €300, state parental allowance, BAföG childcare allowance)
  • Credits, loans, and the loan part of BAföG

There is an allowance of €200 for the applicant’s own earned income.

If the partner also lives in the applicant’s household, information on his or her income must also be provided and the relevant proof must also be submitted.

Please address your application with all the required documents specified therein to

Campusbüro Uni mit Kind
George-Bähr-Straße 1d, Verwaltungsgebäude 1
01069 Dresden

Or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Of course, you are also welcome to hand in the application in person at Campusbüro.

Flea market

Our children’s flea market is taking place again! 

Your closet is a gaping void? Or it’s bursting at the seams? No matter, we can remedy that!

The next flea market for baby and children’s items will take place on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM on the lawn behind the Hörsaalzentrum (HSZ) auditorium center on the TU Dresden campus.

PLEASE NOTE: The flea market will take place only outdoors due to the current circumstances.

You can register to have set up your own stall by writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Here is the poster (to hang up and hand out).

Please note:
Our next flea market will be held in April. The date will be announced.
To have your own stall, you can register from February 27, 2023, by writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

With demographic change well underway in Germany, family friendliness has become an important factor in choosing a place to live, work, and study. The future viability of companies and regions is largely measured by whether they can offer skilled workers and their families attractive working and living conditions. In this context, universities can exert a positive influence on the entire region by promoting a self-understanding not as mere educational institutions. Instead, they need to view themselves as a central hub for the life and family planning of the qualified professionals they employ.

As a joint project of Studentenwerk Dresden, the Technische Universität Dresden, and the TU Dresden Student Council, the Campusbüro Uni mit Kind has been working since 2007 as a family center within the framework of the audit familiengerechte hochschule© initiative to create family-friendly conditions for studying and working in the university city of Dresden. The Campusbüro Uni mit Kind is committed to an inclusive understanding of family. In our understanding, the family network extends beyond the nuclear family to single mothers and fathers, non-married and same-sex partnerships, as well as patchwork and foster families. We understand “family” to mean all ways of life that include a parent–child relationship, a partnership, or dependents, and in which those individuals involved assume responsibility for one another.

We offer students at Dresden’s universities and TU Dresden employees

  • Specific information and counseling services on financing as well as the individual and institutional compatibility of studies, career, and family life
  • Open meet-ups for students and employees with child(ren)
  • Courses offered by qualified course instructors
  • Topic-based seminars for parents and workshops
  • Networking for students and employees with child(ren)
  • International group programs and counseling in English
  • A family-friendly infrastructure on campus (breastfeeding and diaper changing facilities, playroom, and quiet room)
  • Opportunities to help shape family-friendly conditions for studying and working in Dresden

We offer TU Dresden faculties and institutions

  • Support for students and employees with child(ren) in their everyday studies as well as academic and working life
  • Opportunities for cooperation in family-friendliness projects

We offer interested parties

  • Opportunities to network and exchange with others on all topic of family friendliness
  • Opportunities to contribute to the attractiveness of Dresden as a location for higher education, science, and business by supporting a family-friendly infrastructure at the university

We fulfill our tasks through

  • Dedicated and competent service
  • Quality, reliability, and transparency
  • Friendliness and trust
  • Open-mindedness and a sense of responsibility
  • Continuing education and training
  • Cooperation with partners at and outside the university
  • Efficiency and the creative use of resources

In the future we want t

  • Intensify our service in terms of facilities and institutions at other universities in Dresden
  • Expand our contact and exchange with Dresden’s counseling services and family centers
  • Offer supplementary needs-based information and courses for family-specific target groups
  • Increasingly incorporate the latest findings from research and continuing education into our work
  • Engage in higher education policy through involvement with the audit familiengerechte hochschule® initiative, the AG Teilzeitstudium (part-time study working group), the best-practice club “Familie in der Hochschule” (family in higher education) from the Centre for Higher Education, and the Robert Bosch Stiftung


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