With a national shortage of 26,500 student homes and the prognosis that this number will double in the next 8 years, there is an extreme housing crisis for students in the Netherlands. There is a huge housing shortage in Nijmegen in particular: The number of students on the waiting list at SSH&, for example, has doubled in one year to 6,000, while the student housing corporation will only increase the supply by about a thousand rooms in their current plans until 2030. In addition to the gigantic shortage, the rents of existing rooms are becoming increasingly unaffordable for the average student. A big part of the problem lies in the fact that about half of Nijmegen students rent in an unregulated private sector where slumlords can go their own way. International students, who are practically excluded from this private sector due to discrimination, are also attracted by Radboud and HAN, only to be rendered structurally homeless via SSH&'s 'short-stay' contracts. We demand the abolition of these temporary contracts, the expansion of social rent, the provision of emergency shelter and an approach to slum lords!