Find Your Place
Our residential communities are as diverse as the people who live in them. We offer everything from traditional halls, to multi-bedroom suites, and apartment-style living for every personality and budget.
You can live with friends or meet new ones and learn from those who are a few years ahead of you. We offer Living-Learning Communities as well as themed floors that allow you the opportunity to live with people who share similar interests. Traditional housing helps you build a network across all fields to carry with you in your future career.
Each of our communities has their own personality and style to provide students with a comfortable living space for growing and learning while at UC. We also offer Gender-Inclusive Housing options for students to find a residence hall space that best meets their needs.
Bellevue Gardens is an apartment community owned and operated by the university. Unit types range from spacious studio apartments to one, two and three bedroom floor plans.
Calhoun will be unavailable pending completion of renovation; expected reopening spring 2023
Located in the heart of Clifton, Calhoun Hall is known for its diverse and engaging atmosphere. Its community areas and study floor make it the perfect place to meet neighbors, cultivate friendships, and get involved within the UC community!
Campus Rec Center is perfect for students that desire productivity and focus in their day to day life. It is located on MainStreet connected to the Rec Center and CenterCourt dining center, making it the perfect environment for motivation.
CP Cincy is a vibrant community in a multi-building apartment complex with lots of amenities, including cardio, yoga and weight rooms, plus study areas.
It's a 10-15 minute walk, or a short shuttle ride to campus.
Daniels Hall most likely matches what comes to mind when you think of a college residence hall. Its traditional-style structure establishes a welcoming and very social atmosphere on every floor. When walking through its halls, you will see doors open for visitors, smiling faces and lots of decorations!
Graduate Cincinnati is a unique hotel located on Goodman Drive near the corner of Jefferson Ave. and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
The hotel features decor with images of Cincinnati products, personalities and landmarks.
You will need to bring your own linens and pillows.
Located on Short Vine near the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., the Hampton Inn is a short walk to campus, and a shuttle stop is nearby.
All linens are included at the Hampton Inn.
Marian Spencer Hall is UC’s latest addition to University Housing and is a wonderful place for students to live. Its unique architecture allows for suite-style rooms, so students can be comfortable in the privacy of their own living space. It is home to multiple living learning and themed communities.
Morgens Hall is the "twin" of Scioto Hall. Here, many students participate in Living and Learning Communities. Its state-of-the-art study rooms make learning enjoyable and help to cultivate curious minds. Morgens Hall has won awards, not just for style but also sustainability and eco-friendly efficiency.
Schneider Hall is in a wonderful part of eastern main campus along Jefferson Avenue, and is close to multiple dining centers, shops, and restaurants. The spacious suite-style units also include a kitchenette and living room, perfect to hang out in after a long day of work and fun!
Scioto Hall is Morgens Hall’s twin. This apartment community's floor-to-ceiling windows provide a breathtaking view. Features include a study lounge, service center, and social lounge that Scioto residents share with the neighboring residence hall, Marian Spencer.
Siddall Hall is very similar in architecture, style, and location to Calhoun hall. Students that live here enjoy taking part in many communal activities throughout the year, like their famous ping pong tournaments in the first-floor lounge or the occasional late-night ice-cream party.
Stratford Heights is a series of Tudor-style buildings that come together to create a diverse neighborhood community. The cozy and charming ambiance helps students to feel at home and comfortable, especially if UC is a new environment for them.
The Deacon, one of UC’s newest off-campus housing communities, offers a unique experience for its residents. Its distinctive amenities, including a movie theater, arcade and lounge room give students options for study breaks, while spacious apartment units provide them with a comfortable and modern place to study, focus, and unwind.
Newly constructed apartments just three blocks from campus offer a number of floor plans, and amenities ideal for building community among residents. The Eden sits at the northeast corner of Eden and University Avenues, convenient to campus dining centers, Short Vine dining and shopping, including Kroger. Off-street garage parking is available.
Turner Hall is a hub for passion, curiosity, and intellect. The students that live here make the world their classroom by constantly seeing innovation in everything they do. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible accommodations are available in this building.
University Edge apartments are a near-campus residency option for UC students. Located in the center of this community is a sprawling courtyard perfect for studying, hanging with friends, and enjoying the great outdoors. Other amenities included are a 24-hour gym, community room, study areas and more.
University Park Apartments (UPA) offer students an off-campus lifestyle with all the benefits of on-campus living. Resting above many restaurants and shops, there is always something to do or eat, and somewhere to go!
University Square sits above multiple dining and entertainment establishments on Calhoun Street, one of the most popular areas off campus. Its location contributes to a hustling and bustling atmosphere where students never run out of fun things to do!
101 East Corry is an apartment building right next to campus, surrounded by shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and anything else you could ever need! Its location is convenient and accessible for students with only a five-minute walk to UC’s campus.