Welcome to S.S.R.-N.U.
The Christian students association of Utrecht
We are S.S.R.-N.U.
Founded in the year 1906, the “Societas Studiosorum Reformatorum, Nieuwe afdeling te Utrecht” is the Christian students association of Utrecht. Stimulating the best within our members, discussing our beliefs and throwing big parties makes our association so great!
Are you interested in meeting other fellow (Christian) students? Visit one of our open activities and learn more about S.S.R.-N.U. and our members.
Note: most of our lectures are given in dutch. Not sure if you will be able to understand the lecture? Call us, so we can help you out.
King’s Day is an official public holiday in the Netherlands. The King’s Day celebrations begin on the evening before the actual bithday of the king with a great party at Oudegracht 32. After walking through the city, buying second hand goodies at one of the many stalls, it is time for an unforgettable party. Put on your orange clothes, grab a beer and dance the night away on your favourite songs performed by our own dj's. Don't forget to bring your friends and enjoy your night at S.S.R.-N.U.
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On exchange in Utrecht?
Meet fellow Christian students at S.S.R.-N.U.!
We are open every Tuesday and Thursday from 21:00 till closing time. Some evenings are exclusive to our members. Most of the time you are very welcome however. If in doubt, don’t hesitate to contact us to make sure.
On Sunday’s you are welcome to enjoy coffee or tea after your church visit. We are open from 11:00 to 13:00. Looking for fellow students to visit church on a regular basis while in Utrecht? Please, just walk in on a Sunday, we are looking forward to meeting you.
We are located at the Oudegracht 32
Even though we are Dutch, most of us speak English well! We would love to chat with you and get to know you better.
Sure we can! Just send a mail to email@example.com and we will keep you updated about our events.
This depends on your ability to speak Dutch.
In order to fully experience student life at our club we recommend that you have at least some basic understanding of Dutch. We have successfully accepted Dutch-speaking international students in the past and are willing to take in students that do not speak Dutch fluently or are still learning. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.