The Collegio Fermi began to be used for student housing on 16 September, 1996.
This building is dedicated to the illustrious Italian physicist, Enrico Fermi, who studied at the Scuola Normale from 1918 to 1922. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1938.
The Fermi residence is located in via S. Apollonia, 29, and can house up to 46 students. Besides the student rooms, the residence has two classrooms, one used by the Faculty of Arts and one by the Faculty of Sciences, as well as a reading room and TV room.
The residence can be reached from inside the Scuola Normale as well, and near the entrance there is a recreation area with a ping pong table. The top floor of the residence has an ample terrace where students can read and relax.
The dormitory is in via S. Apollonia No. 29.
Reception + 39050 509800