At the Hua Mak Campus in the city, although the University will not be able to offer graduate students accommodation in campus, but there are a wide range of neighboring townhouses, rooms and condominiums to choose from. Those are at the immediate area of Au and the range of rents starting from 3,000 baht up to 12,000 baht per month. The rents may or may not include electricity and water. Phones usually cost extra. The electricity is 220 volts and 50 hertz. If you are not offered accommodation by your college, or it is unable to provide the type of housing you need, you should contact the Au International Center.
At the Suvarnabhumi Campus, there are formal residence halls that have been beautifully designed and furnished with color TV, refrigerator, telephone, private bath and fiber-optic Internet connections. The rooms come in a variety of arrangements such as singles, doubles, triples and quads to accommodate students who wish to live alone or to share with friends. In addition, there are laundry and food services, a well-equipped physical fitness center as well as basketball, volleyball and tennis courts located adjacent to the halls. For the less athletic, there is also a table tennis recreation and board game room. A comprehensive sports complex is under construction, which will have a 50-meter Olympic sized swimming pool, an indoor stadium, gymnasium and other fitness space.