Children on campus


The parent-child rooms are equipped with feeding and changing facilities, toys for various age groups, rest facilities for pregnant women and a workspace for parents.

Der Eltern-Kind-Raum am Campus Sontheim hat einen Ruhesessel, eine Liege sowie Spielsachen für Kinder.

Sontheim Campus

Room A 715

Der Eltern-Kind-Raum am Bildungscampus hat Spielsachen sowie Sessel und Arbeitsplatz.

Education Campus

Building R (LIV), Room 2.10

You will receive a CampusCard with locking authorisation for the parent-child room at the information desk (LIV) during staffed opening hours (Mon-Fri 08:00-18:00). Please return the card on the same day.

Please report to the temporary staff in the evening and on Saturdays to have the parent-child room opened.

Schwäbisch Hall Campus

Building A, Room 201

Künzelsau Campus

Building A, Room 007


For all questions to do with childcare, please contact Birgit Englert at the Family Service. The university has places available at child day-care facilities in Heilbronn. We can also provide support for you in Künzelsau and Schwäbisch Hall.

... in Heilbronn

Heilbronn University has a total of 20 places for children aged 8 weeks to 6 years in the Anne-Frank-Kita Robert-Bosch-Straße in Heilbronn-Sontheim. Students and employees who are interested in a place should contact Birgit Englert from the family service.

For students and employees of all facilities on the education campus, there are a total of 10 places for children from 8 weeks to 6 years in the Neckarbogen day care center. The contact person is Sabina Schmidt (Dieter Schwarz Stiftung). You can also find information here.

... in Künzelsau

In municipal childcare facilities in Künzelsau, children from one year or from two years of age are accepted.

Children of members of the Reinhold Würth University are admitted to municipal institutions regardless of their primary residence.

... in Schwäbisch Hall

You can find an overview of the childcare options in Schwäbisch Hall here.

Holiday program

Heilbronn University regularly offers holiday care for primary school children during the autumn holidays.

Other offers of support

Mensa for Kids

The Heidelberg Students’ Union ‘Mensa for Kids’ scheme in Heilbronn and Künzelsau allows children up to the age of 10 to eat free of charge with their parents in the university cafeteria.

Paths for pushchairs

All sites have barrier-free access to their buildings. Here you can find information on lifts and ramps.


The Family Service supports students and staff in all matters concerning balancing studying with parental responsibilities.

Babysitter emergency fund

With the kind support of  Heilbronn University's Förderkreis, we are able to reimburse costs for a babysitter to enable you to participate in lectures outside opening hours of daycare facilities.

For all further information, please contact Birgit Englert from family service.

Logo des Förderkreises der Hochschule Heilbronn