Contents : The room: an exploration of personal space / Paul Kuitenbrouwer -- College versus campus / Dick van Gameren -- 'On to the generic assignment': double interview with Niek Verdonk and Marlies Rohmer / Pierijn van der Putt -- 'A campus is: a place where everything you need is at hand': interview with André Snippe / Harald Mooij -- Finding form for a free spirit: Dutch student housing as a design brief / Harald Mooij -- "If you can dream and not make dreams your master': la residencia de estudiantes in Madrid / Sergio Martín Blas -- Plan documentation : Introduction ; St. John College, Cambridge, from 1511 -- Residencia de Estudiantes, Madrid, 1913-1923 -- Collège méerlandais, Paris, 1928-1938 -- Samuel F.B. Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges, New Haven, 1958-1965 -- Patio student housing, Enschede, 1965-1969 -- Cripps Building, Cambridge, 1962-1967 -- Maison de l'Iran, Paris, 1961-1969 -- Hoogeveldt, Nijmegen, 1967-1970 -- Svartlamoen, Trondheim, 2003-2005 -- Anne van Bueren Toren, The Hague, 2010-2013.In Dutch and English with parallel English and Dutch translation.Includes bibliographical references.Summary : Due to the internationalization of university and higher education, there are very many design assignments for student housing, and offering good quality housing is important when it comes to attracting students. Transience, modularity and transformation are recurring themes in the design of student housing. A new development is the conversion of empty buildings that were originally designed for other purposes into student housing. With essays by Dick van Gameren, Paul Kuitenbrouwer and others, and an interview with Marlies Rohmer, the inspiration behind Bouwjong!, the Groningen manifestation for young people's housing. This issue of DASH on Student Housing features an extensive documentation of plans and shows the development of student housing at all different scales. The projects described in the book include the Morse and Ezra Stiles colleges at Yale University by Eero Saarinen, La Fondation Avicenne in Paris by Claude Parent, Heydar Ghiaï and others, the patio dwellings on the Drienerlo campus by Herman Haan and the new building for Leiden University College in The Hague by Wiel Arets.