Campus Life

Campus Life

To support the activities of the UM academic community in carrying out their daily duties on campus, several public facilities are needed. The availability of this public facility is certainly expected to facilitate direct or indirect assignments given to the academic community. Some of the necessary public facilities and facilities available on the UM campus include student dormitories, swimming pools, BNI UM Service Offices, BRI UM Cash Offices, BNI and BRI ATMs, meeting halls (Sasana Krida, Sasana Budaya, Graha Cakrawala), food court and canteen, Post Office, Hindu Dharma Student Family Activities, Citizen Activities (Catholic and Protestant), Development of Religious Life, Al-Hikmah Mosque, Polyclinic, art facilities, sports facilities, transportation facilities, parking lots and campus traffic, student cooperatives, shops and cooperatives, hotspots, and guest houses.

Accommodation and Living Costs

Students who come from outside the city of Malang can choose one of the various types of residences around Campus I or Campus II of UM. The types of residence that may be chosen are boarding houses, rented rooms / boarding houses, and rented houses. Camping provides room and dining, while rented / boarding rooms only provide room without meals. The contract house is usually rented out as a whole with a contract system for a certain period of time.

Rates for lodgings, room rentals, and rented houses vary depending on the location, quality, and the various facilities provided. However, as a guideline the following estimates can be used: room rental per person is between Rp. 3,000,000, - up to Rp. 3,500,000, - per year. For room tenants or residents of rented houses, food needs can be met in various ways: cooking meals individually / in groups, subscribing to food or buying at stalls / canteens that are scattered around the campus. Meals are estimated to cost between Rp. 400,000, - up to Rp. 600,000, - per month.

The cost of boarding (room rental) around Campus III UM (in the city of Blitar) is estimated at between Rp. 200,000, - up to Rp. 300,000, - per month, while the cost of meals per month is estimated at between Rp. 300,000, - up to Rp. 500,000, -.

Public transportation

Main Campus (Campus I) UM which is located at Jalan Semarang No. 5 is designed and organized according to the needs of the world of education. In order to meet the smooth needs of the people of Malang City, the local government provides a policy to open microbus city transportation routes (GL, LG, AL, AG, GA, DG, MM, GML, ADL, AT, GM, MK, CKL, AMG, AJGH, ABG, ASD, JDM, TST, JPK, ABB); Taxi ("Citra", "Bima", "Argo Mandala", "Argo Perdana", and "Garuda"). Meanwhile, the bus terminal was built in three places, namely: Arjosari terminal is located in the northern part of Malang, Hamid Rusdi terminal used to be the Gadang terminal in the southern part, and Landungsari terminal is located in the western part. In addition, there is also a train station (KA) which is located in the middle of the city and not far from the City Hall building or Tugu Alun-alun Bundar. The city transportation cost per route is Rp. 4,000, - for the public, while Rp. 2,500, - for students. To reach the UM Main Campus, the means of transportation that can be used are the city transportation facilities on the LG, AL, ADL, MK, ASD, and GL lines or taxis.

Students living on the island of Java (outside East Java) can use land transportation, for those who use air transportation at Malang's Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport or Surabaya's Juanda Airport, and sea transportation through the city of Surabaya. The journey from the city of Surabaya to Malang can be continued by using bus, train, travel, or taxi transportation. If you use bus transportation, you can choose regular buses or patas buses which usually provide more comfort (air-conditioned) at a rate of Rp. 15,000 to Rp. 25,000. Meanwhile, students who live in Jakarta, Semarang, Solo, Yogyakarta and other cities in the same direction can use Night Bus, Train, or Travel transportation directly to Malang.

Those who use train transportation, get off at the Malang City train station, followed by taking online / taxi-based transportation or city transportation that passes through Campus I with the AL and ADL lines which can be found in front of the Malang City train station. If using travel transportation, you can contact the local travel agency and it can be delivered to the destination or directly to the UM campus.

Meanwhile, students who live outside Malang City and use transportation from the bus terminal can take the city public transportation route that passes through Campus I UM as follows.

  • From the Arjosari bus terminal, it is located in the northern part of Malang City, with AL, ADL, and ASD lines.
  • From the Hamid Rusdi bus terminal, it is in the southern part of Malang City, with the HML line going down the Kebonsari T-junction taking LG, GL, and LDG.
  • From the Landungsari bus terminal, it is located in the western part of Malang City, with the LG, AL, and GL lines.

Students who will go to Campus II UM (PP 2) which is located on Jl. Ki Ageng Gribig 45, Madyopuro, Kedungkandang, Malang, can use the following city public transportation.

  • From Arjosari bus terminal, take the AMG line, get off at Jl. Gatot Subroto (Carpentry area), then take the MK route.
  • From Hamid Rusdi bus terminal, take the AMG or AJH line, get off at Jl. Gatot Subroto (Carpentry area), then take the MK route.
  • From the Landungsari terminal, take the LG or AL line, get off at Jl. Surabaya (Campus I UM), then take the MK route.

Students who will go to Campus III UM (PP 3) on Jl. Ir. Soekarno 3, Blitar, can use intercity buses or trains. From the Blitar bus terminal to Campus III, you can use bus or colt transportation to Malang, at a cost of Rp. 4,000. Meanwhile, from the train station, it can be reached by rickshaw for approximately Rp. 6,000.

Student dormitory

To help students find housing that can support the smooth running of their studies, male and female student dormitories are available, and PGSD PP 2 KSDP student dormitories on Campus II Jl. Ki Ageng Gribig Malang, as well as the PGSD PP 3 KSDP student dormitory at Campus III Jl. Ir. Soekarno No. 3 Blitar.

Campus I Student Dormitory consists of 5 (five) building units, each:

  1. Wisma Anyelir with a capacity of 144 people,
  2. Wisma Aster with a capacity of 80 people,
  3. Wisma Soka with a capacity of 82 people,
  4. Wisma Tulip with a capacity of 258 people,
  5. Wisma Lily capacity of 123 people

Campus II Student Dormitory (Sawojajar) Wisma Matahari with a capacity of 100 people, and Campus III Student Dormitory (Blitar) Wisma Mawar with a capacity of 180 people.

The facilities available for students who live in dormitories, rusunawa are bedrooms, prayer rooms, living room, dining room, and television.

Guidance for male student dormitories is coordinated by the dormitory management team assisted by dormitory coaches and administrators through activities, including sports, religious guidance, dawn lectures, cross-faculty discussions, arts, computer courses, training in writing scientific papers, journalism, community service, and Dharma Wisata at the end of each semester.

For guests staying in a dormitory, they must comply with the conditions and are entitled to receive services. Each guest staying overnight will be charged a dormitory maintenance fee, the amount of which is regulated by a Rector's Decree.

Guest House

UM has 2 guest houses, located on Jl. TGP No. 9 and TGP No. 11 Malang and UM homestead are located in the Campus area I. As the name implies, this guesthouse is for guests who are on duty to UM.

Guest house on Jl. TGP No. 9 and No. 11 occupy an area of 1,137 m2, building area 350 m2, with 2 living rooms, 10 bedrooms which can accommodate 20 guests. This building and floor is equipped with various facilities consisting of bedrooms and amenities, telephone, bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, TV facilities, refrigerator, LCD and projector screen, table and meeting chairs. Meanwhile, Wisma UM is located in the campus area I, facing Jalan Veteran No. 9 Malang.

The procedure for using the guest house is by submitting an application letter to the Rector, cq Deputy Rector II and a copy to the Household Subag, Bureau of General Affairs and Finance (BUK) UM.


UM, which has a number of offices with a large number of residents, and working / studying until late in the afternoon / evening, of course, really needs a canteen unit for the purposes of providing food. Inside the main campus, there are several canteen units, including the Pujasera canteen on Jl. Ambarawa and several canteens in each faculty. All of these canteens provide food and snacks for campus residents and the public. This canteen and cafeteria unit is expected to be able to help campus residents who are studying until late afternoon or for those who do not have time to prepare food at home.

Place of worship

Al-Hikmah Mosque is located on Jalan Ambarawa inside UM campus I, started in the 1960s, and was officially established so that it could be used adequately in 1981. This mosque complex occupies a land area of about 3,000 m2, consisting of the main building of the mosque with 900 m2 total floor area (excluding 2nd floor), and 300 m2 library.

This mosque has various activities, both routine and incidental. These activities include the following: Recitation for employees conducted by the Koran recitation section of the KORPRI, which is held every two weeks every Thursday night. The recitation for mothers who are taken care of by the recitation section of the Dharma Wanita Persatuan UM is held every two weeks every Friday afternoon. In collaboration with Takmir, BDM Al-Hikmah and Executors of University Courses, Religious Life Executors (Islamic Section) held TDI (Tafaquh Fi Dinil Islam) once a week every Saturday morning which was attended by students who were taking Islamic studies. Takmir organizes routine worship activities, namely Friday prayers and five daily prayers.

Health facility

The UM Polyclinic was initiated in 1969. The polyclinic is located on Jl. Ambarawa in the Campus I complex with an area of 400 m2. Apart from providing medical services for UM residents, the Polyclinic is also open to the general public, especially residents around the campus. Most of the Polyclinic's operational funds come from MUs and partly from patients.

UM students and employees are exempt from the cost of medical treatment and health checks (request for a health certificate for academic activities). Apart from these two elements, registration fees are charged as follows:

  1. Family and retired administrative staff Rp. 3,000.00
  2. Family and retired lecturers Rp. 3,000.00
  3. The general public Rp. 3,000.00
  4. New registration plus an administration fee of Rp. 5,000.00

Treatment costs are adjusted to the use of drugs and the use of other consumables. Medical services are handled by three general practitioners, two dentists, two nurses, one midwife, one therapist, five administrators, and three honorary staff. Doctor services are carried out every working day, Poliklini's service time is as follows:

  1. Registration: Monday-Friday: 07.00 - 14.00 WIB
  2. Services: Monday-Thursday: 08.00 - 14.30 WIB, Friday: 08.00 - 14.00 WIB   

The types of services that can be obtained at the UM Polyclinic include:

  1. General health
  2. Dental health
  3. Therapy massage
  4. Maternal and child health, including:
    1. pregnancy test
    2. family planning services (KB)
    3. posyandu toddler on the first Wednesday of the week
    4. posyandu seniors on the second Wednesday

Posyandu services include health education, growth and development checks for toddlers, and health checks for the elderly.

  • Additional services
  • early detection of cervical cancer and breast cancer through examinations PAP smear and CBE (Clinical Breast Examination)
  • request for a doctor's certificate for administrative purposes for those who need it
  • a place to collect blood donors for humanitarian purposes through PMI Malang Branch

UM Polyclinic also collaborates with UM Laboratory Elementary School, UM Autism Lab School, and UM TPA for health checks and growth and development for toddlers.