The University offers several housing options to undergraduate students, from the rich diversity of our residence halls to the more self-reliant environment of apartment-style living.
We offer you the choice of seventeen residence halls, fourteen on city campus and three on east campus. The halls are grouped together into complexes and feature a wide range of amenities.
If you are looking to meet people, the living style in traditional halls is a great way to make new friends. Traditional halls feature two-person rooms with community bathrooms with private shower/toilet areas that are cleaned daily by Housing staff. A 5- or 7-day unlimited meal plan, in-room refrigerator/freezer, and independent control over heat and air conditioning are a few of traditional hall amenities.
Suite-style living at University Housing accommodate four students. There are two types of rooms - double bedroom (two students per room), which are designated for freshmen students, and single bedroom units for upperclass students. Suite-style features a living room area, snack-prep area with a full sized refrigerator and microwave, sink and countertop area, as well as private in-suite showers and vanities. Suite-style offers a 5- or 7-day unlimited meal plan and a grab-and-go breakfast.
The Courtyards and The Village are designed for single, upperclass, graduate students or non-traditional freshman (resident 20 years of age or older with a freshman classification) ready for a more independent living environment. If you are an upperclass student, you may contact the Housing Contracts Office for a separate contract packet to The Courtyards or Village.