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Collegio Fermi

The Collegio Fermi is a building owned by the Scuola since 1993, located a few steps away from the Palazzo della Carovana, which has been used as accommodation for students since 1996.
The College is dedicated to the illustrious Italian physicist Enrico Fermi, who was an undergraduate student from 1918 to 1922 at the Normale and a Nobel Prize Winner for Physics in 1938.
The Collegio Fermi is located in via S. Apollonia, in the historic centre, very close to the main building of the Scuola Normale. In addition to the rooms that accommodate the students, in the college there are three rooms used for study and recreational activities.