We offer a wide variety of housing options ranging from traditional double-occupancy community-bath residence halls to independent privately-owned apartments. Before you apply for housing, review the different options and talk with your family about the best choice for you. Some residence halls or communities are limited to certain eligible students.
Double-occupancy rooms with community baths. The majority of these buildings are only for first-year students with the exception of Threlkeld Hall. These residence halls represent the most cost-conscious options and facilitate lots of interaction with other residents on your floor and building.
Suite-style or apartment-style rooms with semi-private and private bathroom options. These buildings have the widest range of options for residents with buildings that are first-year residents only, mixed-class halls, and upper-class only apartments. Suite-style halls allow for more privacy and individual control and responsibility over bathroom space. Our apartments offer the greatest amount of privacy and are considered a good option for upper-class students. All apartments have a kitchen and at least one bathroom.
Multiple options for upper-class students, including on-campus housing in apartment-style buildings and apartments with affiliated properties. Housing for upper-class students has several options that offer a wide variety of living spaces and price points for upper class students. Check out our new on campus option opening for Fall 2016, University Pointe and review dining services for our on campus residents.
Housing options located downtown near the medical dental campus. Upper class or graduate students who attend Belknap campus are eligible to live here. The apartments offer short term and long term housing options for those students performing rotations or university staff working here for a limited period of time.