Student Housing

On-campus housing is available upon request for full-time students. Part-time students are permitted on a space-available basis. Nine residence halls are provided: Clement Hall, Colbert Hall, Dubuis Hall, Marian Hall, St. Joseph Hall, Agnese-Sosa Living/Learning Center, Hillside Hall, Joeris Hall, McCombs Center. In addition, the Village of Avoca Apartments provides four-person suites. All halls are air-conditioned and equipped with lounges, laundry facilities, and TV rooms. A room may be reserved by completing a housing agreement and application, and submitting them with a $225 deposit to the Office of Residence Life.

All residence hall students will be required to purchase a meal plan each semester. Room assignments are made based upon application and deposit dates without regard to race, creed, or national origin. Although most students have roommates, single rooms are also available. If rooms and apartments reach maximum capacity, a housing priority list will be maintained with preferences given to out-of-town students. All international students are strongly encouraged to live in campus housing while they are at UIW.

Professionally trained staff and student Resident Assistants supervise and oversee the residence halls. The University issues Guidelines for Community Living in the Residence Halls, a publication, which provides students with information and policies regarding the residence halls. During some holidays and semester breaks, the residence halls close at 3:00 p.m. on the last day of classes until noon on the day preceding resumption of class breaks. Housing during these periods will be provided for an additional charge. Housing is available during the summer session.

Further information on student housing is available by contacting the Director of Residence Life in the Campus Life Office.