The University owns approximately 55 residential houses that line the perimeter of campus. Along with the houses which are open to all upperclass students, these residential houses include theme houses and language houses. This living option is available to upperclass and transfer students only.
Available houses are listed by the number of residents they are scheduled for. Although Resident Community Coordinator houses will contain a member of our student staff, there will be double rooms and a few singles open in these houses as well. We have no three person houses available.
Each house varies in size and occupancy, but all are furnished and have kitchen facilities, as well as coin-operated laundry machines. At a minimum, each house includes the following furnishings: couch, end tables, coffee table, living room lamps; dining table and chairs; and in each bedroom are standard sized twin beds, desks, wardrobes or closets, and dressers for each resident.
Each student room is wired for internet access and cable television. Residents are responsible for their own housekeeping. Students residing in these houses are not required to purchase an on-campus meal plan, but may do so if they wish.
Descriptions and photographs of the houses are available at the link below. Floor-plans of each house are available in the Student Development Office, located at 3209 N 15th.
Prior to the housing lottery you should discuss with your group who will be sharing rooms and who will have priority for any available singles. You should prioritize all available houses so you are prepared when you get to your Lottery appointment.
Please remember that you may sign up for members of your group who cannot attend lottery if you have a complete and signed Proxy Form and Housing Contract from the student.