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Student Social Record (SSR): application for scholarship and accommodation

Publié le 26 février 2024 - Directorate for Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

Are you a student or prospective student? Are you interested in applying for a scholarship or student accommodation for the 2024-2025 academic year? Do you know that you have to complete the Student Social Record (SSR) first? The application campaign shall be open between 1er March and May 31, 2024.

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For any scholarship or student accommodation request, remember to make a Student Social Record (FSD).

The student social record is a unique procedure that allows you to apply for a higher education scholarship and/or accommodation from the Cous (Regional Center for University and School Works) apartment and housing stock. The DSE should be renewed annually via an online procedure.

During the entire study phase of your application, your contact is the Crous of the academy in which you are applying.

Bursary simulator

It is recommended to use the social criteria stock market simulator before starting the procedure.

Bring the tax notice OR tax notices relating to income received by your parents or guardians (in addition, where applicable, to income received abroad or subject to the flat rate) OR that of each of your two parents (if they are divorced, separated or cohabiting) OR yours if you are a married student, a former student or a student with a child.

The resources taken into account are those for 2022 (the 2023 tax notice on revenues received in 2022) for the 2024-2025 academic year. 

All about eligibility for the scholarship in 2024-2025 and information to build and submit your student social file (DSE).


For the 2024-2025 academic year, you must enter your application between 1er march and may 31, 2024.


you have to do the process regardless of your nationality.

Establishment of the ESD

Enter your FSD on the Internet, carefully following the instructions given, screen by screen (requested help, study wishes, information about you, etc.). For your file to be validated, you must go to the last screen.

  • If you need to use Parcoursup, create an account FIRST on Parcoursup, before you do your EHR. Your information will be retrieved on
  • In case of unexpected disconnection, you can resume your input, the information is kept 7 days.
  • In case of significant and lasting change your situation (marriage, divorce) or that of your family (divorce, death, unemployment, retirement, illness), your file can be studied even outside these deadlines. Then contact the DSE of the Academy's Crous where you are (or will be) attending school.

At the end of entering your FSD, you will receive an email confirming the submission of your application.

If your file is incomplete, an email is also sent. You will then need to deposit the missing documents by logging into your account.

You will receive, by email, a conditional notification of award or rejection of the grant, at the latest in July.

The final award or rejection decision will be notified only after you enroll in the university.

To do so, send the evidence proving your enrollment in a higher education institution to the Crous.

If you wish to challenge the scholarship decision, you can to lodge an appeal.

Please note

want to register for Cned (Center national d'enseignement à distance)? This does not prevent you from creating an EHR and applying for a scholarship.


grant amounts for the 2024-2025 academic year are not yet known.

Rights associated with your student scholarship

In addition to the monthly scholarship, as a scholarship student, you have associated rights:

  • exemption from university fees;
  • Exemption from the contribution of student life and campus (CVEC);
  • a meal for €1 in the Crous;
  • priority in the allocation of Crous accommodation;
  • Pass'Sport: 50 € to register with an eligible sports club or the French Federation of University Sports (FFSU);
  • larger LPAs (personalized housing support);
  • merit assistance for 3 years if you have been awarded a very good bachelor's degree and you do not repeat it.