Since the 24th of february, an armed conflict has begun between Russia and Ukraine. This conflict isn’t without consequences for students from these countries.

Hence, we wanted to make an inventory of the aid available on the territory of Strasbourg. This article will be kept up to date as the conflict evolves and new specific measures are created in response.



We manage social and solidarity grocery stores called AGORAé. There you can buy your products at 10% of the market price. The AGORAé Gallia is accessible on application. The grocery store also has a living space, allowing you to take the time to do your shopping or simply to chat with the other beneficiaries and the team running the grocery store!

The AFGES team dedicated to it is at your disposal by email to assist you in filling out the file:, the file is available in english, french and spanish.

For more information, you can refer to our dedicated article.

Croix Rouge - Bas-Rhin :

You can also turn to La Croix Rouge branch in Bas-Rhin.

Regarding food aid, it can be allocated either in the form of parcels or in the form of vouchers in the local units of Erstein, Molsheim, Saverne, Bouxwiller, Strasbourg and Wasselone.

The Red Cross also offers low-cost clothing in various places in the Eurometropole :

For more information you can go check their website : la Croix Rouge - Bas-Rhin.


By means of its Social Service, the Crous offers a Specific Punctual Allowance (ASAP). These ASAPs are open to all students enrolled in the University of Strasbourg.

This one-off aid is paid in one go, and can be combined with the scholarship based on social criteria, an annual allowance, mobility assistance, or even a merit scholarship.

To make a request for specific assistance, you must contact the Crous social service at the address:

These requests can be made throughout the year, so do not hesitate!

For more information : Site du Crous de Strasbourg


In addition, an emergency aid fund for Ukrainian and Russian students has been set up by the Foundation of the University of Strasbourg. It will make it possible to help students totally or partially deprived of resources by the conflict, and is intended to provide bridging grants to students arriving from regions at war.

For more information on Unistra's war-related aid in Ukraine, we invite you to visit their page.


In addition, the University has a Health Service (SSU). This service gives you access to a complete medical team (general medicine, gynecology, nursing, etc.) with whom you can make an appointment online on Doctolib. Consultations are free on presentation of a student card.

For more information please go to the website of the SSU.

Finally, the SSU also hosts the Centre D'accueil Médico-Psychologique Universitaire de Strasbourg (CAMUS) which gives you access to a psychologist, a psychiatrist, a dietitian or a social worker. Consultations are individual, confidential and free for students. To make an appointment, you must go to their website : CAMUS.

Independents from CAMUS psychologists are also available. You can contact them with the following information:


  • Address: 1 Rue de la Douane 67000 Strasbourg

  • Phone number : 06 99 30 31 62

  • Email address :

  • Website :

  • Spoken languages : french, russian, and ukrainian (comprehension only)


The reception of refugees is organized and coordinated by the Prefecture in conjunction with the Eurometropole. The Foyer Notre Dame association has been identified to centralize the census of applicants and direct them to the various accommodation groups.

The reception takes place at the Structure of the First Reception of Asylum Seekers (SPADA) 2A Rue Bartisch in Strasbourg:

  • Physical reception (french-english-russian-ukrainian)

    • Monday to friday from 9h to 12h and from 14h to 17h

    • Saturday and sunday : from 10h to 17h

  • Phone number : 07 83 95 46 03

  • Email address :

If you are having housing problems you can refer to our article on how to find accommodation.



The University of Strasbourg has set up an emergency contact address for students who encounter medical, psychological or material difficulties (blocked bank accounts, non-renewal of official documents, etc.): This mailing is intended to be a one-stop shop to put its interlocutors in contact with the competent university and Crous services.


If you have any questions about the support in place or if you find yourself in a difficult situation, contact us and the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) at the following address: