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Novvegen, Novarmen og Novkrokene are all within walking distance of the University of Stavanger. Close to the outdoor area Sørmarka. The buildings are on 2 floors with 4 apartments on each floor in each of the 4 buildings. Area approx. 55 sq m.

Novvegen, Novarmen og Novkrokene are all within walking distance of the University of Stavanger. Close to the outdoor area Sørmarka. The buildings are on 2 floors with 4 apartments on each floor in each of the 4 buildings. Area approx. 55 sq m.

Housing types

• 3-room apartment

Apply for housing in Novvegen-Novarmen
Novvegen-Novarmen

Novvegen-Novarmen

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: bathroom

Example: bathroom

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Novvegen-Novarmen

Novvegen-Novarmen

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

Example: 3-room apartment

We are looking for a house guide.

The house guide is your contact person, and link to SiS housing. The house guide has a number of social and practical duties:

  • Welcoming new tenants, and giving them practical information when moving in
  • Helping to organize cleaning and tidying of the communal areas
  • Arrange social activities for the tenants
  • Contribute to a good living environment and prevent conflicts

We are looking for a house guide.

The house guide is your contact person, and link to SiS housing. The house guide has a number of social and practical duties:

  • Welcoming new tenants, and giving them practical information when moving in
  • Helping to organize cleaning and tidying of the communal areas
  • Arrange social activities for the tenants
  • Contribute to a good living environment and prevent conflicts

You can stay in SiS housing for a maximum of five (5) years.

You can stay in SiS housing for a maximum of five (5) years.

Here you will find informational videos about the fire procedures for our student accommodation. We have divided it into three categories:

1. What to do in case of a fire

2. What to do in case of a false alarm

3. How to avoid triggering the smoke detector

To ensure fire safety in our homes, it is important that you as a tenant read this. The lack of response to the alarm/ fire, the use of non-approved equipment, etc. may lead to prosecution or incur financial liability. It is not allowed to have your own stove in your apartment and you should only use approved electrical equipment. See house rules and lease for further information.

It is very important that you avoid constant unwanted alarms, as this contributes to a lack of reaction in the event of a real fire.

Fire instructions

  • If the alarm goes off, an automatic notification will be sent to the fire department, who are immediately called out. Emergency fire phone 110
  • Help others- try to extinguish the fire if possible.
  • Close doors and windows
  • Wheelchair access: If help is not provided, stay in the room or balcony or at the balcony and call the fire department 110 and wait for help.
  • Residents should gather on the outside of the building, clearly visible without being an obstacle to the fire department.
  • If false alarm - wait for permission to return to the building.

If the alarm is triggered accidentally: (vapors, fumes, showering, cigarette smoke, etc.)

  • Call the fire department - phone 110 - report the false alarm, even if they are already on their way.
  • Silence the alarm on the fire control panel (see instructions at the main entrance)
  • Meet the fire department.

Extinguishing equipment

Familiarize yourself with the equipment available. These are available in all homes. The most common are dry chemicals but fire hoses can also occur.

Escape routes

If there is a fire, it will be of great importance for the evacuation that residents have made themselves familiar with the current evacuation routes. The lift should not be used. Escape routes and emergency exits must always be free, in case of evacuation. This is a demand from the fire service. SiS housing can make the tenants financially liable for damage to property and loss of lives and health. (This means that it is not allowed and leave their bags, shoes, boxes, etc. in corridors and stairwells).

How to avoid alarms in the home

  • Fire prevention is very important to avoid constant false alarms, as this contributes to a lack of response in case of a real fire.
  • Never leave the stove when you are cooking. It is important that the person who switches on the stove also ensures that it is switched off.
  • Always use the hood when cooking also when using electronics such as waffle iron, toaster, kettle, rice cooker, etc.
  • Keep stoves and griddles clean. When burnt food particles can trigger the alarm.
  • Fire detectors must not be removed or covered.

Tenants can be charged if it is proved that they trigger the alarm on purpose. Our fire alarm system is designed in the best possible way to warn of a fire. And being continually tested and maintained.

Fire Central

Get to know the fire alarm system and contact SiS housing if you feel it is necessary for further training.

Fire control panel with instructions on how the fire control panel works can be found at the main entrance to the residence. The alarm is displayed in the fire control panel where there is a fire or where an unwanted alarm is triggered. This is important in order to extinguish the fire, and particularly in relation to evacuation. Remember that the landlord has the primary key.

The false alarm: Remember to notify the fire department as soon as possible

We thank you for taking the time to read this carefully and hope you contact us if anything is unclear.

Ullandhaug 23.04.15

Here you will find informational videos about the fire procedures for our student accommodation. We have divided it into three categories:

1. What to do in case of a fire

2. What to do in case of a false alarm

3. How to avoid triggering the smoke detector

To ensure fire safety in our homes, it is important that you as a tenant read this. The lack of response to the alarm/ fire, the use of non-approved equipment, etc. may lead to prosecution or incur financial liability. It is not allowed to have your own stove in your apartment and you should only use approved electrical equipment. See house rules and lease for further information.

It is very important that you avoid constant unwanted alarms, as this contributes to a lack of reaction in the event of a real fire.

Fire instructions

  • If the alarm goes off, an automatic notification will be sent to the fire department, who are immediately called out. Emergency fire phone 110
  • Help others- try to extinguish the fire if possible.
  • Close doors and windows
  • Wheelchair access: If help is not provided, stay in the room or balcony or at the balcony and call the fire department 110 and wait for help.
  • Residents should gather on the outside of the building, clearly visible without being an obstacle to the fire department.
  • If false alarm - wait for permission to return to the building.

If the alarm is triggered accidentally: (vapors, fumes, showering, cigarette smoke, etc.)

  • Call the fire department - phone 110 - report the false alarm, even if they are already on their way.
  • Silence the alarm on the fire control panel (see instructions at the main entrance)
  • Meet the fire department.

Extinguishing equipment

Familiarize yourself with the equipment available. These are available in all homes. The most common are dry chemicals but fire hoses can also occur.

Escape routes

If there is a fire, it will be of great importance for the evacuation that residents have made themselves familiar with the current evacuation routes. The lift should not be used. Escape routes and emergency exits must always be free, in case of evacuation. This is a demand from the fire service. SiS housing can make the tenants financially liable for damage to property and loss of lives and health. (This means that it is not allowed and leave their bags, shoes, boxes, etc. in corridors and stairwells).

How to avoid alarms in the home

  • Fire prevention is very important to avoid constant false alarms, as this contributes to a lack of response in case of a real fire.
  • Never leave the stove when you are cooking. It is important that the person who switches on the stove also ensures that it is switched off.
  • Always use the hood when cooking also when using electronics such as waffle iron, toaster, kettle, rice cooker, etc.
  • Keep stoves and griddles clean. When burnt food particles can trigger the alarm.
  • Fire detectors must not be removed or covered.

Tenants can be charged if it is proved that they trigger the alarm on purpose. Our fire alarm system is designed in the best possible way to warn of a fire. And being continually tested and maintained.

Fire Central

Get to know the fire alarm system and contact SiS housing if you feel it is necessary for further training.

Fire control panel with instructions on how the fire control panel works can be found at the main entrance to the residence. The alarm is displayed in the fire control panel where there is a fire or where an unwanted alarm is triggered. This is important in order to extinguish the fire, and particularly in relation to evacuation. Remember that the landlord has the primary key.

The false alarm: Remember to notify the fire department as soon as possible

We thank you for taking the time to read this carefully and hope you contact us if anything is unclear.

Ullandhaug 23.04.15

After SiS’ opening hours, please contact Securitas (22 97 10 76) if you are experiencing unsafe episodes in your building. The same goes for vandalism, electrical problems, water leaks, etc.

If you lose your keys outside reception opening hours, Securitas can assist you. This costs NOK 1.250,-.

After SiS’ opening hours, please contact Securitas (22 97 10 76) if you are experiencing unsafe episodes in your building. The same goes for vandalism, electrical problems, water leaks, etc.

If you lose your keys outside reception opening hours, Securitas can assist you. This costs NOK 1.250,-.

If you have children, you can apply for housing allowance from Husbanken

If you have children, you can apply for housing allowance from Husbanken

No animals or pets are allowed in SiS housing.

No animals or pets are allowed in SiS housing.

Remember home content insurance when you move in - you are not insured through SiS. You can check if you are insured through your parents' insurance, an organization you are a member of, or if not buy your own.

Why home content insurance? Should unforeseen events occur, such as a fire, water damage, burglary in your home or shed, this can lead to expenses and losses for you as a resident. You can use content insurance to limit your own financial loss in such cases.

Remember home content insurance when you move in - you are not insured through SiS. You can check if you are insured through your parents' insurance, an organization you are a member of, or if not buy your own.

Why home content insurance? Should unforeseen events occur, such as a fire, water damage, burglary in your home or shed, this can lead to expenses and losses for you as a resident. You can use content insurance to limit your own financial loss in such cases.

Click here to download the guidelines and contract on how to sublet your apartment to another student. Deliver the signed contract to SiS housing in Kitty Kiellands hus at the University of Stavanger (UiS).

Please remember that you are responsible for making sure that the bills are paid and for any damage to the property or premises.

Click here to download the guidelines and contract on how to sublet your apartment to another student. Deliver the signed contract to SiS housing in Kitty Kiellands hus at the University of Stavanger (UiS).

Please remember that you are responsible for making sure that the bills are paid and for any damage to the property or premises.

You do not have to pay a deposit to stay in SiS housing. Electricity, Internet, and use of the laundry room are included in your rent.

The first rent payment is due after you have moved in. You can collect your invoice from My profile on Uni Alltid, where you will find it at the start of each month. The invoice is due on the 20th of the same month. The rent can also be paid by e-invoice. It comes to your online bank, and you only need to confirm the payment. If you have not paid the rent by the due date, you will be charged a late fee.

You do not have to pay a deposit to stay in SiS housing. Electricity, Internet, and use of the laundry room are included in your rent.

The first rent payment is due after you have moved in. You can collect your invoice from My profile on Uni Alltid, where you will find it at the start of each month. The invoice is due on the 20th of the same month. The rent can also be paid by e-invoice. It comes to your online bank, and you only need to confirm the payment. If you have not paid the rent by the due date, you will be charged a late fee.

Wifi is delivered by Telia and is included in your rent. To connect, please use the password typed on the router. Click here for a short step-by-step guide on how to get online.

Wifi is delivered by Telia and is included in your rent. To connect, please use the password typed on the router. Click here for a short step-by-step guide on how to get online.

To report a fault or defect in your apartment, please use the inquiry button on Uni Alltid.

To report a fault or defect in your apartment, please use the inquiry button on Uni Alltid.

The apartments are unfurnished, but all kitchen appliances are included. Washing machine and dryer are not included.

The apartments are unfurnished, but all kitchen appliances are included. Washing machine and dryer are not included.

Your contract gives you a lease for one school year. You will be given an opportunity to apply for a prolonged contract in January. This contract has to be accepted within March 1st. Your rent will be revised from July 1st.

Requirements for applying for an extension:

  • Documentation of continued right to study must be submitted
  • All bills must be paid


Your contract gives you a lease for one school year. You will be given an opportunity to apply for a prolonged contract in January. This contract has to be accepted within March 1st. Your rent will be revised from July 1st.

Requirements for applying for an extension:

  • Documentation of continued right to study must be submitted
  • All bills must be paid


You can collect your keys at Kitty Kiellands hus at the university campus (UiS). Please remember to bring your enrollment papers and a receipt showing that you have paid the student fee. If anything is wrong with your apartment, please let us know immediately.

If you lose your keys after SiS’ opening hours, you can call Securitas (22 97 10 76) to get help. This will cost you 1.250 NOK.

If you are moving out after opening hours, please leave your key in the hatch to the left of the main door to Kitty Kiellands hus. Seal your key in an envelope with your name and telephone number on the front, first. You’ll find envelopes beside the hatch.

You can collect your keys at Kitty Kiellands hus at the university campus (UiS). Please remember to bring your enrollment papers and a receipt showing that you have paid the student fee. If anything is wrong with your apartment, please let us know immediately.

If you lose your keys after SiS’ opening hours, you can call Securitas (22 97 10 76) to get help. This will cost you 1.250 NOK.

If you are moving out after opening hours, please leave your key in the hatch to the left of the main door to Kitty Kiellands hus. Seal your key in an envelope with your name and telephone number on the front, first. You’ll find envelopes beside the hatch.

You must give notice at least two (2) months before moving out of your apartment. The only accepted method of giving notice is by using My Profile on Uni Alltid.

You must give notice at least two (2) months before moving out of your apartment. The only accepted method of giving notice is by using My Profile on Uni Alltid.

General information about parking:

It is the driver's responsibility to familiarize themself with the applicable signs and parking regulations.
Changes of parking regulations may occur and we reserve the right to make errors in this information as a result.

It is not permitted to charge electric car via sockets from apartments or external sockets belonging to our properties.
If we do not have any charging stations, you must use a fast charger. The Norwegian Electric Car Association has an overview of fast chargers on their website and App.

It is not permitted to park cars or other vehicles that do not have number plates or that are not in weekly use in our parking lots. These will be removed at the owner's expense.

Novvegen-Novarmen:

Residents who have a car must have parking stickers. Parking stickers can be picked up in the reception SiS housing.

Parking belonging to the kindergarten can be used as guest parking outside the kindergarten's opening hours.

There are charging options for electric cars with a payment solution for our residents. If limited capacity, we refer to the public car park.

We ask you to familiarize yourself thoroughly with the signage and current parking regulations for the area.

General information about parking:

It is the driver's responsibility to familiarize themself with the applicable signs and parking regulations.
Changes of parking regulations may occur and we reserve the right to make errors in this information as a result.

It is not permitted to charge electric car via sockets from apartments or external sockets belonging to our properties.
If we do not have any charging stations, you must use a fast charger. The Norwegian Electric Car Association has an overview of fast chargers on their website and App.

It is not permitted to park cars or other vehicles that do not have number plates or that are not in weekly use in our parking lots. These will be removed at the owner's expense.

Novvegen-Novarmen:

Residents who have a car must have parking stickers. Parking stickers can be picked up in the reception SiS housing.

Parking belonging to the kindergarten can be used as guest parking outside the kindergarten's opening hours.

There are charging options for electric cars with a payment solution for our residents. If limited capacity, we refer to the public car park.

We ask you to familiarize yourself thoroughly with the signage and current parking regulations for the area.

Please recycle everything you can. You’ll see the garbage containers when arriving at the building. Please do not put garbage beside the containers, as this will not be picked up.

Please recycle everything you can. You’ll see the garbage containers when arriving at the building. Please do not put garbage beside the containers, as this will not be picked up.

You have to bring your own TV. You have to order channels from Riks-TV, and pay for this yourself.

You have to bring your own TV. You have to order channels from Riks-TV, and pay for this yourself.

When moving out, please remember to give notice, and to clean the apartment. It is to be handed over to SiS in the same condition as it was when you moved in. You hand in the key at the SiS reception, or in the post box of the SiS residence. The post box is to the left of the main entrance door to Kitty Kielland's house on Campus Ullandhaug.

The apartment will be checked by a caretaker, and you will be invoiced for any damage or poor washing.


When moving out, please remember to give notice, and to clean the apartment. It is to be handed over to SiS in the same condition as it was when you moved in. You hand in the key at the SiS reception, or in the post box of the SiS residence. The post box is to the left of the main entrance door to Kitty Kielland's house on Campus Ullandhaug.

The apartment will be checked by a caretaker, and you will be invoiced for any damage or poor washing.


Please watch this video or read the guidelines for cleaning the apartment when moving out, below. Unsatisfactory cleaning will be fined.

The flat/apartment:

Wash workstations and other tables

  • Wipe chairs/vacuum clean
  • Wipe beds/vacuum clean
  • Wash bookshelves and lamps
  • Wash floors and lists (wash under beds and furniture)
  • Wash walls (remove footmarks under desks/beds)
  • Dust ceiling with a damp cloth
  • Wash wardrobe inside and out
  • Wash doors
  • Clean every windows from the inside. Wash the exterior of the reversible windows as well.
  • Wash curtains at 30 degrees in the machine. Do not use the dryer.
  • Wash colored top mattress at 60 degrees (see washing instructions)
  • Wash white stretch sheets / top mattress at 95 degrees. Do not use the dryer.

Bathroom/WC:

  • Shower curtains washed at 40 degrees with gentle drying
  • Clean mirror, sink, cabinets, and toilets
  • Dust off floors, walls and ceilings with a damp cloth
  • Wash door

Communal hallway:

  • Dust wipe the floors, walls, cabinets and with a damp cloth
  • Clean the storage room/wash and remove content

Shared kitchen:

  • Empty and wash the drawers and cabinets
  • Empty the fridge
  • Please check out the washing lists and coordinate with the other residents about washing the common areas.

Private kitchen:

  • Empty and clean out drawers and closets (also upstairs closets) and clean the countertop
  • Wash walls and floors. Dust the ceiling with a damp cloth.
  • Clean refrigerator, stove, and kitchen ventilator thoroughly inside and out
  • Clean behind and under the stove after the cooker is pulled out from the bench.

Please watch this video or read the guidelines for cleaning the apartment when moving out, below. Unsatisfactory cleaning will be fined.

The flat/apartment:

Wash workstations and other tables

  • Wipe chairs/vacuum clean
  • Wipe beds/vacuum clean
  • Wash bookshelves and lamps
  • Wash floors and lists (wash under beds and furniture)
  • Wash walls (remove footmarks under desks/beds)
  • Dust ceiling with a damp cloth
  • Wash wardrobe inside and out
  • Wash doors
  • Clean every windows from the inside. Wash the exterior of the reversible windows as well.
  • Wash curtains at 30 degrees in the machine. Do not use the dryer.
  • Wash colored top mattress at 60 degrees (see washing instructions)
  • Wash white stretch sheets / top mattress at 95 degrees. Do not use the dryer.

Bathroom/WC:

  • Shower curtains washed at 40 degrees with gentle drying
  • Clean mirror, sink, cabinets, and toilets
  • Dust off floors, walls and ceilings with a damp cloth
  • Wash door

Communal hallway:

  • Dust wipe the floors, walls, cabinets and with a damp cloth
  • Clean the storage room/wash and remove content

Shared kitchen:

  • Empty and wash the drawers and cabinets
  • Empty the fridge
  • Please check out the washing lists and coordinate with the other residents about washing the common areas.

Private kitchen:

  • Empty and clean out drawers and closets (also upstairs closets) and clean the countertop
  • Wash walls and floors. Dust the ceiling with a damp cloth.
  • Clean refrigerator, stove, and kitchen ventilator thoroughly inside and out
  • Clean behind and under the stove after the cooker is pulled out from the bench.

There is no communal laundry room for Novvegen-Novarmen. You have to bring/buy your own equipment.

There is no communal laundry room for Novvegen-Novarmen. You have to bring/buy your own equipment.

Contact Housing

00 47 51 83 33 00
bolig@minsis.no
Kitty Kiellands hus (UiS campus)

Opening hours

Monday: 08:30-15:00

Tuesday: 08:30-15:00

Wednesday: 08:30-15:00

Thursday: 08:30-15:00

Friday: 08:30-15:00

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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