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Learn what to expect while living on campus
Residence Life provides an environment that supports academic achievement, promotes individual development and creates a sense of belonging to a vibrant campus community.
Living in the residence halls gives you an opportunity to connect with other students outside of the classroom, enriching your college experience and creating friendships that last a lifetime.
Each hall is staffed by an upper-class Resident Assistant (RA) who can assist you with daily needs.
Traditional Housing Options
Compare housing options to see what’s right for you.
We offer a variety of housing options for students living on campus - each with its own benefits.
- Urbana University's newest residence hall
- Co-ed building, single sex per pod
- Private and semi-private room options
- Kitchenette available for student use
- Wireless network access
Approximate room dimensions:
- Double: 11’8” x 16’ Window: 4’8” x 4’
- Single: 10’9” x 8’4” Window: 4’8” x 4’
- 8’4” Window: 4’8” x 4’
- Semi-private rooms (all first-time freshmen will share a room with another roommate)
- Community bath facilities
- South Hall is not air conditioned; Students should bring window fans - window or in-room A/C units are NOT permitted.
- All halls are single-sex halls
- South Hall are adjacent to the Dining Commons
South Hall Dimensions:
- Floor: 9'7" x 13'7"
- Window: 3'5" x 4'1"
Suite Style Housing Options
Cable is available in each room of the residence halls. Basic cable service is available through the university. Students with a cable ready TV or converter box will be able to access the regular service channels offered. At this time, premium channels are not available to residence hall rooms or suites.
Hazard, McConnell, Sycamore Halls
Hazard Lounge, and Sycamore Lounge
Hazard, McConnell, and Sycamore Halls, basement of Ross and Hickory Halls
Network access is available from every room on campus.
Phone service to each room is provided on request by Urbana University. Phones for Urbana University's system are provided by the Information Technology by request. Phones from home will not work as this is a Voice over IP (VOIP) system.
A few rules to live by.
Students can only live off campus if they meet one of these:
- Are over 23 years of age by the start of the school year
- Have senior status (over 90 credit hours completed) by the start of the school year
- Live within 30 driving miles to campus
- Are married and/or have a dependent child
- Have a medical reason or accommodation need on file with Student Health or Disability Services
Regardless of where you life -on or off campus - all students are required to complete the On Campus Housing Application or the Off Campus Housing Application and send it to the Student Affairs Office.
The hard facts.
If for any reason you do not want to live on campus, you must provide a valid, documented medical reason for approval.
If you don’t provide accurate information on the Residence Hall Agreement, Housing Questionnaire or Residence Hall Application it may result in disciplinary action.
If you provide false information about your residency status you will be charged for room and board.
If you don’t contract for housing (even though you’re required to do so), you will still be charged for room and board.
For questions about housing requirements, please contact Campus Life.
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What should you bring?
Things to Bring
- pillows and cases
- sheets for extra long twin bed
- extra long mattress pad
- coffee pot
- message board
- laundry supplies
- small trash can
- sewing kit
- personal toiletry items
- stereo & TV
- alarm clock
- small refrigerator (one per room)
- small desk lamp
- small microwave (one per room)
- cleaning supplies (i.e. sponges, cleanser)
- laundry bag
- extension cord and 6-way outlet
Things to leave at Home
- hot plate
- toaster ovens and Foreman Grills
- guns, knives, martial arts weapons
- bows and arrows
- pets (except fish)
- controlled substances
- ceiling fans
- weightlifting equipment
- candles and incense
- halogen lamps
- air conditioning units
- What is already here
- bed & mattress
- window blinds
- desk chair
- drawer space
- closet space or wardrobe