Great offers

Reims Campus gives you a list of great offers so that you can enjoy your student life to the fullest in the “City of Kings”.

STUDENT PASS CARD

Reserved exclusively for Reims students, it allows you to make the most of special offers with many commercial partners. Restaurants, bars, leisure, clothes – this is THE card to have!

And also, thanks to the city of Reims, the card is €5 instead of €10.

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Libraries and media centres

Access to municipal libraries and media centres is free all year long. Find out more

Getting around

Noctambus

The Noctambus shuttle offered by the CITURA mobility network in Reims has been running since 2015. It allows you to travel at night from the Reims student hubs to the main areas of nightlife in the city centre to enjoy the night and party life in Reims.

From 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and the days before national holidays, the Noctambus makes sure to transport its passengers safely from the Moulin de la Housse stop to the Croix Rouge campus.

You can board the shuttle using all CITURA transport tickets, with the same prices as during the day; otherwise, you can also buy your ticket on board.

www.citura.fr/fr/noctambus

Groceries

Under certain conditions, you can access the AGORAé solidarity grocery stores, which are managed by the Intercampus association, and take advantage of reduced prices for a wide range of food and beauty products.

To find out more, visit: https://fr-fr.facebook.com/agorae.reims/ 

SHOPPING

Discover the F.R.I.P.E Emmaüs Reims website and its online store!

The F.R.I.P.E Emmaüs team also welcomes you to its shop located in Reims. Best thrift store in France! said some customers who frequent the store regularly!

Housing

KEEP YOUR HOUSING IN SUMMER THANKS TO ALS

The holidays are coming ? Before leaving, do not forget to take one last step. If you benefit from the social housing allowance (Als), quickly inform your CAF about your situation with regard to housing during the holidays.

More info on the CAF website

Jeun’Est scheme (benefits and great offers offered by the Grand Est region)

The Jeun’Est portal and its app version are aimed at young people between 15 and 29 years old who live in the Grand Est region. It offers cultural, sports and tourism benefits, as well as some great offers.

Jeun’Est also organises competitive games and lets you stay up to date on the latest news, practical information and benefits to which you are entitled.

Culture voucher

This is a voucher for all young people from 18 years old; it allows them to buy cinema, concert and show tickets, as well as other cultural items, such as books and CDs, video games and online music. A total flat rate of €300 was proposed.

To access all the offers near you, all you need is to know that you are eligible and to download the Pass Culture app.

Student prices

A large number of cultural structures, such as the Opera House, la Comédie theatre, le Manège arts centre, la Cartonnerie music centre and even cinemas (Cinéma Opéraims and Cinéma Gaumont Parc Millésime), offer student prices.

You can look at the prices here

Free

Entry to many museums and cultural sites is free of charge for students: Museum of the Surrender, Museum of Fine Arts (closed to the public until 2023), Fort de la Pompelle Museum, Saint-Remi History Museum, Le Vergeur Museum, Palace of Tau (free for 18-25-year-olds), Foujita Chapel, Cryptoporticus, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne.

Furthermore, municipal museums are free for all:

  • the first Sunday of each month
  • on European Heritage Days
  • on Museum Nights
  • on National Archaeology Days
  • on 7 and 8 May for the Museum of the Surrender
  • 11 November for the Fort de la Pompelle Museum

FREE ARTISTIC WORKSHOPS

Offered by crocs en scène in partnership with the CROUS regional student assistance office and falling under the CONTRIBUTION TO STUDENT AND CAMPUS LIFE (CVEC)

This contribution is “intended to encourage welcoming students and provide social, health-related, cultural and sports support to them, as well as improve prevention and health education actions carried out for this purpose” (article L. 841-5 of the Education Code [code de l’éducation]).

Lastly, the sums collected benefit students: they fund campus life projects supported by a list of institutes set by law (the universities, a certain number of schools, CROUS, etc.). Improving living conditions for students on campus means encouraging their success.

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FREE CROUS WORKSHOPS

These fall under the CONTRIBUTION TO STUDENT AND CAMPUS LIFE (CVEC)

The CROUS offers a range of free sports, artistic and culinary workshops.

Registering for an event is a commitment to attend. Therefore, if you don’t show up to the events and you haven’t cancelled your registration, you will no longer be able to take part in other events. 

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STUDENT NEWS

To keep up with student news in Reims, follow Reims Campus on our Facebook page: @vieetudiante.villedereims

Going out in Reims

Last update : 23 June 2022

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