Campus Life

RSUH pays a lot of attention to the development and sustaining the athletic and health-related element in education. The Student Affairs office along with Dept of Physical Education, organizes and oversees the functioning of sport clubs, hosts athletic events and supervises the participation of RSUH students in competitions of various levels.

We take as much care as possible in promoting healthy lifestyle among students, trying to foster an interest to fitness activities. RSUH has the following teams and athletic clubs: basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, table tennis, chess, karate, track, cheerleading, swimming and rugby.

The clubs and teams are growing both in numbers and in quality: an international presence was achieved by our table tennis, indoor volleyball and beach volleyball teams. At the first European Student Olympic Games in Córdoba (Spain) the RSUH teams won the record number of medals.

Museum Center

University Museum Center comprises the following permanent expositions and museums:

  • Tsvetaev Art Museum exhibits a variety of sculptures representing the ancient history of Egypt, Greece, Rome, etc. On its six floors you can see unique exhibition pieces from the main museum of Russia – The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. 
  • The Ancient Mexican Art Museum shows the history of this great civilization; the development of trade and fine arts in the regions of Mexico is exemplified in a variety of vases, decorations, and jewels - all dating back to ancient times. 
  • Contemporary Art Museum exhibits modern paintings, drawings, and sculptures.
Open: Tue.-Sat.- 10.00 - 17.00.   

Computer Rooms

The RSUH Computer and Information Center has 14 computer rooms with free Internet access; these rooms can be used for academic work and internet research. They are also have software applications installed to be used in course work. The RSUH has state-of-the-art most popular software, such as  Microsoft Office,  Coral Draw, Lotus Notes and others (main building, 5th floor). You can use scanners, printers and other equipment for extra fees (main building, 6th floor, room 623).

In addition, the RSUH has the Multimedia Center (main building, room 610) which provides a wide range of audiovisual materials and Internet access. All these facilities are free of charge for students. The  enter is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.. Phone: +7 499 250-63-14, +7 499 250-65-82

The RSUH also has the Internet Café which  offers a wide range of informational and educational services. In a cozy setting, using a fast and reliable connection, you can find information on the Internet and have some good rest with a cup of tasty coffee and listen to nice music.

Open: Mon.-Fr.- 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sat. – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  


The University has a cafeteria situated in Building 7 (ground floor) 

Open: Mon.-Fr.- 11.30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Sat .– 11.3 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Furthermore, there are two more snack rooms in building 7 (ground floor). 

You can also visit the Internet café (main building, ground floor) open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday. 

Another snack room is located in Building 2, 5th floor (during the semester) 

Open: Mon.-Fr.- 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sat. – 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Medical Help

On Campus

Students can receive first aid free-of-charge in the medical station which is situated in building 2, ground floor, room 105. Phone: +7 499 250-66-56

Off Campus 

If you need emergency medical assistance dial 03 phone number (24 hours a day) for an ambulance. Any medical institution must provide emergency medical assistance or call the ambulance with a medical team answering your  needs. In the hospital, you must show your medical insurance policy.

For further information on emergency medical service you may phone Public Health Committee of the Moscow Administration at +7 499 251-00-59.

Along with state medical institutions, there are also private clinics: 

American Clinic, 31 Grokholsky per., phone: +7 495 937-57-57 
European Medical Center, 5 Spiridonyevskiy per., bldg. 1, phone +7 495 933-66-55 


The University bookshop “U Kentavra” (“At the Centaur’s”) is located in the main building (ground floor). It offers a wide range of textbooks, scholarship and art books and reference sources (including some prepared by RSUH professors) and office supplies.

Using the Telephone

In order to use the phone in your room, you need to sign an agreement with the phone company. The Dormitory Administration will direct you to the office of  the phone company. Additional information on using the phone can also be obtained from the dormitory administration.

Phone calls within Moscow are free of charge. Long distance and international long distance calls are to be paid for at the dormitory administration room (building 4, ground floor, room 10).   

If your phone is out of order call +7 499 250-6330 or +7 499 250-6320.

To make an international telephone call dial “8”; when you hear the dial tone, dial “10,” then the country code, the area code and the number you are calling

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