Undergraduate 2017-2018

Housing and Residential Education

Who are we
The Department of Housing & Residential Education provides housing for more than 3,078 undergraduate and graduate students in traditional residence halls and apartments.

At the core of what we do

We offer services and programs that assist students in their transition to UNC, support their academic success and facilitate the development of life-long friendships. Students are encouraged to participate in activities, programs and leadership opportunities provided by staff and the Residence Hall Association. Numerous employment opportunities are also available to students with work study within the residence halls.

Residence hall facilities

Residence halls and apartments are located on Central and West Campus. The Central Campus residence halls are located within a beautiful tree-lined area and include Belford, Bond, Brown, Dickeson, Gordon, Hansen-Willis, Lujάn, Sabin, Snyder, Wiebking and Wilson halls. These halls house between 28 and 280 students. West Campus residence halls are located west of the University Center and house between 330 and 542 students per hall. These buildings include Harrison, Lawrenson, Turner, North and South halls.

Living on campus is part of the learning experience

Many students enjoy the opportunity to live in the following housing options including: First Generation, Global Village, Outdoor Pursuits, Leadership, Pet Friendly, Gender, Romantic and Sexual Identities, Transfer, Women's Community and Gender Inclusive. The Academic-Based Communities include: Biology, Criminal Justice, Cumbres, Elementary Education, Honors, Monfort College of Business, Performing & Visual Arts, and Pre-Nursing. These floors offer programs, activities and experiences centered around the respective theme.

All residence halls have a designated front desk with a staffed 24-hour customer service desk. In addition, professional and student staffs live in the halls and are available for assistance and support. Centrally located dining facilities are located on both sides of campus and provide air-conditioned dining as well as the convenience of “Gourmet To Go” and “Bear On The Run” take-out meals. Laundry facilities, study lounges, game rooms and television lobbies are also available for student use.

Residence halls and apartments on both sides of campus are available for students with disabilities and include numerous accommodations and helpful features. Housing & Residential Education works with the Disability Support Services Office to assist students with individual needs. Please contact Housing & Residential Education as early as possible to ensure timely planning and preparation of a room or apartment.

Apartment Life at Arlington Park Apartments
Arlington Park Apartments are located 1 block east of West Campus and provide housing to students. Arlington Park Apartments offers 3 different housing options:
• 2 bedroom/1 bathroom lofts,
• 4 bedroom/2 bathroom apartments or
• 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartments.
Each apartment contains a full kitchen with stove, refrigerator with ice maker, garbage disposal, dishwasher and microwave. In the 4 bedroom & 2 bedroom/2 bath units, there is a private washer & dryer within each unit.  The 2 bedroom/1 bedroom apartments have free washer & dryer access located within the building. Each bedroom is private with individual locks. All apartments are furnished with a bed, dresser, desk with a desk chair, couch, love seat, a coffee table, end table, and breakfast bar with bar stools. All utilities are included. Additional amenities include a fitness center, game room with large screen TV and free WIFI in the courtyards and community room.

Visit the Housing and Residential Education web site for detailed descriptions of buildings on campus, floor plans and answers to commonly asked questions at www.unco.edu/housing.