Room Information

A double room in an apartment in University Park Apartments. There are two beds and two dressers. With a closet with a mirror on the left. There is a window on the exterior wall.

All communities are fully furnished.  Note: beds are 80" long and use extra-long twin sheets.

While some room features may vary by style or community, all rooms include air conditioning, heat, high-speed Internet access, one micro-fridge unit. Apartment-style rooms include a sink, refrigerator and cooking stove. 

Each community features a laundry room, study lounge, snack vending machines, full fire protection system and 24-hour security.

All communities are alcohol and smoke-free.

Air Purifiers

Air Purifiers Provide Added Safety for Multiple-Occupancy Rooms

Air purifiers have been placed in certain residence hall rooms in which multiple students share a bedroom. These units are highly rated for air exchange in small spaces and efficiently capture airborne particles. The units will augment the normal operations of HVAC systems.

Important Resident Instructions

  • Place purifier where not easily overturned
  • Turn off when no one is in the room
  • Turn on or set timer when one or more residents are in the room

Network Access

Residents have access to UC’s secure wireless network and a residence-hall-only Bring Your Own Device wireless network. Students can connect their laptops, computers, and phones to UC_Secure by signing in with their UC username and password.

Residents have the option of connecting devices such as game consoles, printers, smart TVs, and other streaming devices to UC_BYOD.

If you need assistance with connecting to either wireless network, check out our Knowledge Base and search for UC_Secure or UC_BYOD. You may also call the IT@UC Service Desk at 513-556-4357.

All residence communities, with exceptions below, have an active network jack for each student. Personal devices may be plugged in to this jack for a faster connection. ROUTERS, SWITCHES, AND OTHER NETWORK DEVICES ARE NOT PERMITTED.

  • Residents of U-Square, University Edge, The Deacon, The Eden and 101 E Corry will have WiFi connections provided by the property management.  

Bed Lofting

Lofting Request Process

The lofting request form is open. To access the request form, log into the housing portal and submit your request at the "Lofting" step of the application. Not all beds are eligible for lofting. See space configuration and lofting/bunking availability below.

Due to safety considerations, university policy does not permit residents to construct their own bed lofts or bunks for use in the residence hall rooms. Residents are not allowed to loft, bunk or de-loft their own beds.

Beds are generally set to the Junior Loft Height for initial check in unless the resident requests otherwise (see exceptions below). 

Students who do not submit a request during while the form is open and would like to request their bed to be lofted may request lofting during move-in. Lofting requests made at move-in will be completed the first and second weeks of classes. 

Space configurations in some rooms require beds to be bunked, high lofted or junior lofted.

  • The default bed settings in Calhoun, Dabney, and Daniels are lofted/bunked due to space configurations. 
  • All Daniels triple rooms are set up as two bunked beds and one junior loft. 
  • Calhoun beds are unable to be set at standard height due to space.

Lofting and bunking is available in the following communities:

  • Bellevue Gardens
  • Campus Recreation Center (CRC)
  • Marian Spencer
  • Morgens
  • Schneider
  • Scioto
  • Siddall
  • Stratford Heights Buildings 2-6, 8-11, 13-15, and 18-21
  • Turner

Lofting and bunking is unavailable in the following halls:

  • 101 East Corry
  • CP Cincy
  • Jefferson House
  • Stratford Heights Buildings 1, 7, 12, and 17
  • The Deacon
  • The Eden
  • University Edge
  • University Park Apartments (UPA)
  • U Square

Lofting is available free of charge. No side rails or ladders are provided.

  • Standard height (bottom of the frame is 12” from the floor)
  • Junior loft height (bottom of the frame is 36” from the floor)
  • High loft height (bottom of the frame is 64” from the floor)
  • Bunked beds (two beds stacked)

See images below for bed options. Student model is 5' 7" tall

If you decide to have your beds bunked, both you and your roommate will need to return the form indicating that the beds are to be bunked. We are unable to bunk beds if only one roommate returns the form.

WARNING: Attempting to loft your bed without the proper equipment and parts may place you at risk of severe injury.

Loft Options

All beds are set to the Junior Loft Height for initial check in unless the resident requests otherwise.

Loft comparison left to right: standard, junior, bunk, high loft
A student of five foot seven height standing next to a standard bed. The bed stands almost as tall as the short three drawer dresser and the student's upper leg.

Standard Height

A five foot seven student standing next to a high-loft bed. The bed stands above the student's head.

High Height

A five foot seven student standing next to a junior loft bed. The bed stands almost as tall as the student's waist.

Junior Height

A bunk bed. Two beds are stacked upon one another.

Bunk Beds

Room & Bathroom Cleaning

Bathroom with sink, toilet, shower and shelving

Click to enlarge. This picture shows how bathrooms in Bellevue Gardens, CRC, Marian Spencer, Morgens, Scioto, Schneider, and Turner Halls should be prepared for weekly cleaning.

How often are bathrooms cleaned?

  • In halls with community bathrooms (Calhoun, Dabney, Daniels, and Siddall), the community bathrooms are cleaned by our custodial staff once per day on school days (usually in the overnight hours). On weekends and holidays, the restrooms are re-stocked with soap, paper towels and tissue, and any large messes are cleaned up.
  • The following suite and apartment style halls are cleaned and restocked weekly: Bellevue Gardens, CRC, Marian Spencer, Morgens, Scioto, Schneider, and Turner Halls
  • Note: Residents of the previously referenced halls are responsible for removing all personal items from the bathroom in advance. Declining bathroom cleaning service is not an option.
  • Students of all other communities are responsible for cleaning their own bathrooms. 

How often are students' rooms / suites / apartments cleaned?

  • Students in all communities are responsible for cleaning their own living/bedroom areas.


Work Order Process by Location

UC-Owned Properties

UC properties includes CRC, Dabney, Daniels, Morgens, Marian Spencer, Schneider, Scioto, Siddall, Stratford Heights, and Turner Halls.

Residents should report any routine or urgent maintenance concerns to the Resident Advisor (RA) or Desk Assistant (DA) for the community. The RA/DA will submit a request to our maintenance team for follow-up. It is important that you report all your maintenance needs to the hall staff so that we can track these requests and ensure they are resolved in a timely manner.

If a reported issue becomes emergent, or has exceeded 48 hours without a maintenance response, residents are encouraged to reach back out to their RA/DA, indicating they have already had a maintenance request submitted. Hall staff will elevate the request for a timeline update and respond to residents directly.

For after-hours maintenance emergencies, please contact RA on-call. On-call numbers are posted at Service Centers, on exterior doors, and throughout the hall.

101 E Corry & The Eden

Corry/Eden residents may submit maintenance request directly via the tenant portal.

The Deacon

Residents of The Deacon may submit maintenance request directly via the tenant portal.


UPA residents may submit maintenance request directly via the housing portal.

All Other Properties

Work with your RA or visit the property service center desk for maintenance concerns.

Response Time

Depending on the nature of your work order, response time may vary. Please allow between 2-7 business days for your order to be addressed. For example, requests for lock changes will receive the quickest response. If your request involves ordering materials, that may extend response time. 

If your request has not been addressed in the 2-7 business-day timeframe, please send an email to In that email, please include the following information:

  • Your work order request
  • The date you made the initial request
  • Who you made the initial request to (RA, front desk, or other)

 Five-minute loaner keys are available at the front desk of your hall if you become locked out of your room, and temporary keys or access cards are available from the front desk of your community for short-term use if you misplace your keys but expect to find them.

If your keys are lost or stolen, report to the front desk immediately and lock changes will be ordered. Refer to your Housing Agreement for replacement cost. Keep your keys and your UC ID securely with you at all times for your own convenience and for everyone’s safety. 

There are computer kiosks in the lobbies of Daniels, and Dabney for residents of those halls; residents have 24-hour access using their ID. Residents of any residence hall can use any of the computer labs available on campus. There are several 24-hour computer labs on campus. 

Residents are encouraged to personalize their space within limits. Good items to consider using for those “personal touches” include rugs, bedspreads, throw pillows, posters, photographs, desk lamps (non-halogen only) and small plants. Items can be affixed to walls only with “sticky-tac” where there is drywall (Turner and Schneider) or masking tape in rooms with painted cinderblock walls (other halls).

We ask that you refrain from using nails, tacks, pins, double-adhesive tape, double-stick stars, wallpaper, or anything else that breaks the surface of the walls or leave a residue on walls, floors, ceilings or furniture. You may bring free-standing items (e.g., shelves or stacked crates) but please do not affix anything to the walls using nails, bolts, screws, anchors or other semi-permanent or permanent devices. In order to ensure facilities that are in good condition for future residents, if any personal touches cause damage to university property, residents will be billed or have costs deducted from their deposit.

The safety and comfort of residents require the careful and balanced use of electrical appliances. The University of Cincinnati’s practice is to provide one combination microwave-refrigerator (“microfridge”) in every room or suite. The policy states:

Additional microwaves, refrigerators, or microfridges are prohibited in Calhoun, Dabney,  Daniels, and Siddall Halls due to the electrical capabilities of those residence halls. Residents who, for medical circumstances, need to request an exception to this policy should direct their request, in writing, to the residence coordinator (RC) of their residence hall. In the case of approved exceptions, no additional refrigerator may exceed 4.0 cubic feet, and no additional microwave may exceed 600 watts.

In Turner, Schneider, and Campus Recreation Center (CRC) Halls, one additional microwave per suite is permitted. The microwave may not exceed 600 watts. Within the suites of these halls, one small refrigerator per bedroom is permitted, regardless of how many residents are assigned to that bedroom. Any additional refrigerator may not exceed 4.0 cubic feet.

Please remember, residents are responsible for the cleaning of all microfridges, microwaves, and refrigerators in their rooms or suites throughout the term of their housing agreement.

Streaming Video Services

The channel lineup can be found below, online through by selecting University of Cincinnati as your service provider, or download a PDF. The lineup is subject to change.

Channel Lineup 
Channel Number Channel
11994 Antenna
12005 Bounce
12000  CBS
11995  Comet
11999  COURTTV
11997  ESCAPE
12006 Grit
12007  ION
11998  LAFF
11993  MyTV
12001  Stadium
11996 WCPO -HD
12002 WLWT -HD
12003  WLWT -DT
12004 WXIX -DT
2291  A&E
2581 AMC
2311  BET
2841  BIG TEN
2971  BLOOM
2861 BRAVO
2512  CATS
2513  CATS2
2005 CET Art
2003  CETHD
2621  CMT
2421  CNBC
2221  CNN
2004  CrEaTe
2002  CW
2431 E!
2771  ESPN
2251 ESPN N
2781 ESPN2
2645  ESPNU
3001  FOXSPT2
3021 FS1
2891 FUSE
2711  FX
2981  FXM
2821 FXX
3011  GAME SH
2141  HBO
2151  HBO 2
2171  HBO FAM
2161 HBO SIG
2901  HGTV
2231  HLN
2401  LIB - 1
2441  LIB - 2
2211  MEDIA - S
2991 MLB
2721  MSNBC
2331  MTV
2601  MTV 2
2731  NATGEO
2941  NBA TV
2701  NFL NET
2261 NICK
2881  OXYGEN
2321  PAR NET
2411  RAY -WAL
2961  REELZ
2501  SYFY
2006  TBD
2341 TBS
2461  TLC
2651 TNT
2391  TOON
2871  TRAVEL
2611 TRU
2931  TVLAND
2241 TWC
2511 U -CAST
2381  USA
2484 VH - 1
274 1 WE
2361  WGN

Streeme is a service provided by College Cable offering Live TV on your television, computer, smart phone or tablet. Streeme can be accessed by campus core residential students anywhere on the campus network. Streeme also allows students to record 20 hours of content for on-demand viewing via Smart DVR.  

Connect your device to the university network. This is the same process for many devicess that will connect to UC's ResNet (residential computer network). 

Link to access Streeme online: Streeme Live TV

Links to download Streeme app to various devices:

Step 1: 
If your Roku is new and you need to perform an initial setup, instructions can be found at 
Your Roku must be connected to campus wifi

Step 2: 
Download the Streeme channel to your Roku device. 
Turn on your Roku and navigate back to the Home screen.
Select the Search option. 
Type "Streeme.TV"

Step 3: 
Select Streeme.TV on the right side. 
Select Add Channel.
Enter your Roku PIN, if set up. 
Select OK. 

Step 4: 
After the Streeme app loads, select "Login via SSO".
Select University of Cincinnati. 
Enter your username and password. 

Step 1: 
Ensure that your Fire TV is fully configured. 
Connect your Fire TV to campus wifi

Step 2: 
Download the Streeme app to your Fire TV device. 
On the home screen, go to Search. 
Type "Streeme.TV"
Select Streeme TV on the right side. 
Select OPEN.

Step 3: 
After the Streeme app loads, select "Login via SSO".
Select University of Cincinnati. 
Enter your username and password. 

Streeme is available to residents of the following communities: 

  • Calhoun Hall
  • Campus Recreation Center (CRC) Hall
  • Dabney Hall
  • Daniels Hall
  • Marian Spencer Hall
  • Morgens Hall
  • Schneider Hall
  • Scioto Hall
  • Siddall Hall
  • Stratford Heights
  • Turner Hall
  • University Park Apartments (UPA)

Streeme can be viewed on one device at a time, per user account. 

No, Streeme is included in your university housing at no additional cost. 

Streeme provides campus core residents with Live TV on your television, computer, smart phone or tablet, anywhere on the UC network. Streeme also allows you to record programs for on demand viewing via Smart DVR. 

You can access and watch Streeme anywhere on the UC campus as long as you are connected to the UC network. Streeme from College Cable is not available off-campus and cannot be accessed via VPN connetions. 

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On the traditional coaxial system we offer 90 digital channels including 75 in high-definition through the traditional coaxial connection in each residence hall room. Included in the lineup are a variety of entertainment channels, sports channels, local channels, and other options designed to appeal to a diverse spectrum of interest. You can see the complete lineup on Ch. 2 or by visiting and selection the University of Cincinnati as your provider

*TVs manufactured within the past 5 years have a digital tuner (QAM). Nationwide all on air channels were converted to digital in 2009. If your TV does not have a digital tuner, you will need a converter box.


Why are some of the channels fuzzy?

Remember that not all channels are available in high definition; channels in standard definition will appear less sharp compared to the high definition channels. There is nothing wrong with the signal or your TV, but you will notice a difference between the high definition and standard definition channels.

In order to receive the cable channels you will need to program the channels on your HD television. Instructions for programming channels can be found in the owner’s manual for your television. Below are a few simple steps to get you started:

  1. Connect cable cord to outlet in wall and into back of television
  2. In the menu of television, go to setup, switch from Air to CATV
  3. Scan for channels: Digital

What do I do if I have an analog TV?

Call our office at 800-472-2054, you will need to purchase a converter box. Converter boxes are available for $129.00.

What do I do if I have fuzzy reception or any other cable TV issues?

Contact College Cable at 800-472-2054 or

I don’t receive any channels higher than Ch. 13.

Your TV is not set to cable. Go into the TV menu and switch it from air to cable.

My HD television does not get all of the channels.

Your HD television may not have a QAM tuner in it. Call College Cable at 800-472-2054; you will need to purchase a converter box. Converter boxes are available for $129.00.


How to connect your Television

Residents that need to request a repair for or get assistance with Cable Services, need to contact College Cable Services directly at 800-472-2054.