Student life

Being a student also means being involved in the life of your establishment. If you want to join an association, finance a project, get involved on your campus, all the information can be found on our page!

Set up a project

The Student and Campus Life Contribution (CVEC) is intended to support the reception and social, health, cultural and sporting support of users.

The first 2024 call for projects under the Solidarity and Development Fund for Student Initiatives (FSDIE) is open until February 05, 2024 at 23:59 p.m. (local time), transmission deadline files exclusively by email on the address

La circular n°2019-029 of March 21, 2019 defines in particular the areas of eligible projects. They must fit into one or more areas below:

  • Culture
  • Sport
  • Prevention and health promotion
  • Social and solidarity economy
  • Humanitarian or solidarity commitment
  • Environment and Sustainable Development
  • Citizenship
  • Reception and quality approach for user services.

One of the main axes established by our governance is sustainable and environmental development through the Eco-campus mission. Particular attention will be paid to projects which will relate to actions on this theme.

The regulations, the response form to the call for projects and the grant report are below




The Department of Student and Campus Life (DVEC) is at your disposal for assistance in compiling the file and directing you to common services that can support your project at the address

The development of associative life for the benefit of students and the university community as a whole is a commitment of the University of Réunion. The association support program aims to consolidate association structures.

La Deadline for submitting applications is February 05 2024 at 23:59 p.m. (local time)  exclusively by email on the address

The regulations, the response form to the call for projects and the grant report are below:




The Department of Student and Campus Life (DVEC) is at your disposal for assistance. The file must be sent exclusively by email to the address grants-ve[at]

The 2024 program to support staff initiatives is open.

This program aims to support actions carried out by staff and for the benefit of the entire university community which contribute to:

  • Develop an establishment culture
  • Promote the opening of the university
  • Promote solidarity actions between staff
  • Facilitate access to cultural, sporting and leisure activities for staff and their dependents aged under 18
  • Facilitate the integration of staff with disabilities

The regulations and response framework for this call for projects are available below:   




La Deadline for submitting applications is February 05, 2024 at 23:59 p.m. (local time) exclusively at the address

Our actions in favor of student life

To fight against menstrual poverty, and thus make the lives of more than 9000 students easier, the University of Reunion is committed to installing free periodic protection dispensers on all of the establishment's sites and campuses in the spaces common to students.

Whether for an emergency, an oversight, or to no longer have to choose between purchasing a meal or periodic protection, students will be able to obtain periodic protection free of charge and directly on campus.

Fighting menstrual poverty constitutes one of the University of La Réunion's flagship commitments in terms of gender equality.

Where to find distributors

In the long term, 45 distributors will be installed on all sites and campuses of the University of La Réunion.

Let's change the rules!

In addition to fighting against menstrual poverty, the objective of this action is to raise awareness and prevent period-related diseases such as toxic shock syndrome.

For more information and advice on choosing periodic protection, check out our page

Campus Safety

Following the attack that occurred in Arras on Friday October 13, the Vigipirate plan was raised to the “Attack Emergency” level throughout the country.

The security instructions of the Vigipirate plan can be found on our website and must be respected on all sites and campuses of the University of La Réunion.

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The BVE is an interface between students and the various University services.

Located on the ground floor of the Espace Vie Etudiante building on the Moufia Campus, you will be able to find a Secretariat and an advice and information area on systems related to student life.


The BVE provides you with information and guidance on:

  • The services and operation of the University (SUAPS, SUAC, SUMPPS, etc.);
  • Setting up a student project (demonstrations, events, etc.);
  • The different activities of student life (UEL, associations, etc.);
  • Support systems for student life (subsidies, etc.).


Head to the entrance on the Region side, go straight after the first roundabout, then right at the ticket machine.

Discover our team

The Student Life Observatory is a public study and research organization which aims to provide statistical information on the living conditions of students and their relationship to studies, in order to inform political and social reflections.

Learn more


Mel: – Tel: 0262 93 81 38

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