Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

Housing and Residential Education

Who are we?

The Department of Housing & Residential Education provides housing for 3,000+ undergraduate and graduate students in traditional residence halls, university-owned houses and apartments.

In Housing & Residential Education our central mission is to equip students with the tools to engage in the transformative power of personal relationships and communities. We work with students, families, and our campus community to create a sense of home through intentional programming, one on one interactions, and serving as a connection point for students to campus resources. Through a social justice lens and experiential learning, we empower students to grow, learn, lead, and achieve.  Residential students will explore communication and listening skills, working across or with difference, negotiating conflict, resulting in socially and academically responsible individuals who are engaged in their current and future communities.

Our values are:

Inclusivity - We recognize that the diverse communities and unique personal experiences of our students enhance our campus community. With this understanding we work to create environments where all students feel at home and welcome.

Integrity - Truth, authenticity, and transparency are the foundation of the relationships we foster and the decisions we make.

Service - Well-appointed, clean, and responsive facilities are critical to providing a home. With this is mind and through referrals, we provide thoughtful individualized assistance empowering our students to advocate for themselves and contribute to our campus communities.

Growth - We celebrate development, innovation, courageous creativity, and active participation in the experience of our students and the contributions of our team. 

Arlington Park Apartments

Arlington Park Apartments are located one block south from the University Center and are open to all returning and graduate UNC students. All leases are individual 12-month leases which include summer months (August 1st-July 31st).

For more information on living at Arlington Park Apartments please visit

Residence Halls

Graduate students are welcome to reside in our on-campus residence halls. The residence halls offer community and suite style living. All residence halls require a meal plan with the exception of Lawrenson Hall.

For more information on living in the Residence Halls please visit

University-owned Houses

We offer a variety of houses, close to campus, for returning and graduate students. The houses provide double and single rooms, standard twin beds, dining areas, living rooms, full kitchens, and more. The houses offer more independent living but with all the benefits of university supported housing.

Visit the Housing and Residential Education website for detailed descriptions of housing options on campus, floor plans and answers to commonly asked questions at

Off Campus

The Greeley community offers a wide variety of off campus housing in the vicinity of UNC’s campus.

For more information on off-campus living please visit


The apartments and residence halls include accommodations and helpful features for students with disabilities. Housing & Residential Education works with the Disability Resource Center to assist students with individual needs. Please contact the Disability Resource Center as early as possible to discuss your on-campus housing needs.

Visit the Housing & Residential Education web site for detailed descriptions of buildings on campus, floor plans and answers to commonly asked questions at