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OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS
002 Gilchrist Hall
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0018
USA

Phone: (319) 273-2281
Fax: (319) 273-2885
Email: uginternational.admissions@uni.edu

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Lawther Hall

LIVING ON CAMPUS

UNI has 11 on-campus living options. Amenities include: common bathrooms, kitchens, lounges and laundry facilities. 

More than a place to sleep, the residence halls are a major part of your college experience.  All residence halls offer a variety of academic and social activities throughout the year. Regardless of your residence assignment, you will enjoy the same amenities and activities. Each residence hall has Resident Assistants (RAs), typically upperclass students, who assure a safe and friendly living environment and can help you with any questions or issues that arise.

With this in mind, choose your residence hall preference based on reasons beyond the amenities, for example:

  • Location on campus
  • Will it be close to your major courses?
  • Do you prefer to have a dining center attached to it?
  • All women vs. co-ed. There is one female-only residence hall on campus, all other options are co-ed. In co-ed residence halls, gender separation happens by houses or floors.

Living Learning CommunitiesLiving Learning Communities (LLC) are organized around a shared academic major, a shared interest or a shared connection. The purpose of these communities is to strengthen residents’ engagement in campus life and improve academic performance. The communities fill on a first-come, first-served basis. Incoming students can select a Living Learning Community on the online residence hall and dining contract.

More information can be found at: www.uni.edu/dor/content/basic-hall-information

 

Students

Housing choices chart
Housing optionsUniversity apartments
Housing Options for Upper Class UNI Students
Students with sophomore or above standing have a few additional housing options; these allow students to have the benefits of living on campus with increased independence, privacy and responsibility.

ROTH — provides UNI students the benefit of living with friends in two, four, and six-person apartments and eight-bedroom suites.

The rooms are fully furnished and include a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedrooms.

For further information on ROTH, please visit: 
www.uni.edu/dor/housing/roth

Panther Village — Home of 450 students in single bedrooms in apartments for one, two and four students. The tcomplex includes a two-story lounge; meeting, recreation and study spaces; and outdoor patio. Panther Village meets students' needs for housing, social and academic support on many levels.

For further information on Panther Village, please visit: www.uni.edu/dor/housing/panther-village

Shull Hall — Located near the center of campus and connected to a dining center, Shull Hall offers double rooms to upperclass students. Some single rooms may be available. All utilities and meal plans are included.

For online contracting for ROTH, Panther Village or Shull:
www.uni.edu/dor/contracting

University Apartments
Jennings Courts and Hillside Courts are the university apartments available for married students with or without children,  single parents, domestic partners, graduate and non-traditional students (23+). One-bedroom and two-bedroom  apartments are available with and without air conditioning. Most of the apartments are uncarpeted and unfurnished. Price  rates vary according to the apartment set-up.

For apartment details visit:
www.uni.edu/dor/housing/hillside-jennings-apartments/

For pricing rates, visit the following link:
www.uni.edu/dor/rates.htm

Off-Campus Housing