Communities

Living on Campus

All rooms are fully-furnished for each person. Rooms include air conditioning, heat, high-speed Internet access, one micro-fridge unit and cable TV service. A premium channel upgrade is available.

Loft beds are also available, per request. Note: beds are 80" long and use extra-long twin sheets.

All halls feature a laundry room, study lounge, snack vending machines, full fire protection system and 24-hour security. All halls communities are non-smoking environments. No alcohol is permitted.

Where would you like to live?

 

Calhoun Hall


CALHOUN HALL

A co-ed, 12-story hall that houses 815 students in quad, triple, double and single rooms.

Campus Recreation Center Hall


CAMPUS RECREATION CENTER HALL

Suite-style units with 2 single bedrooms, bathroom and entry space, accommodating up to 230 students.

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CP CINCY

Spacious and fully furnished student apartments.

Dabney Hall


DABNEY HALL

This co-ed 5-story traditional hall accommodates up to 400 students in double and quad rooms.

Daniels Hall


DANIELS HALL

A co-ed 12-story traditional hall for 775 students in single, triple and quad rooms.

Marian Spencer Hall


MARIAN SPENCER HALL

Marian Spencer Hall features co-ed, suite-style accommodations for 328 students.

Morgens Hall


MORGENS HALL

Morgens Hall features 12 floors of apartment style-living, housing 456 students.

Schneider Hall


SCHNEIDER HALL

Suite-style accommodations for 168 residents. The hall is co-ed by suite, with four people each having an individual bedroom. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible accommodations are available.

Scioto Hall


SCIOTO HALL

The twin of Morgens Hall features apartment-style living on 12 floors for 465 students.

Siddall Hall


SIDDALL HALL

A co-ed, 11-story traditional hall that houses 570 students in double and single rooms.

Stratford Heights


STRATFORD HEIGHTS

Stratford Heights is home to 710 residents in co-ed suite-style housing. The property comprises 19 houses and a 152-bed Tower Hall with a diverse student community.

Turner Hall


TURNER HALL

This hall serves 419 with suite-style accommodations, which are co-ed by suite. Most suites are arranged with four people sharing two double bedrooms. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible accommodations are available.

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UNIVERSITY EDGE

A UC affiliated property, University Edge offers three- and four-bedroom apartments.

University Park Apartments


UNIVERSITY PARK APARTMENTS

University Park Apartments houses 749 residents in an upscale apartment community. 2-bedroom/2-bath doubles or 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath singles are available.

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THE VERGE

A UC affiliated property, The Verge offers four-bedroom apartments.

Special Interest and Honors Housing 2018-2019

Special Interest Floors

Interested in living with students in your college or sharing common interests? Special floors allow you to live with students who share the same or similar academic programs. Each year we offer about a dozen different floors focused on various areas. While no one is required to choose a special interest option, potential benefits include having common classes with roommates or neighbors and ease in forming study groups.

See the tables below for Special Interest alternatives. If you find options that interest you, rank your preferences before you complete your housing application online.

Priority Housing for Honors Students

University Honors Program (UHP) students are not required to live in honors housing. Rather, it is a special-interest housing option that many of our students choose. Honors housing is available for UHP students in Scioto Hall and Turner Hall.These halls provide a variety of accommodation and cost options to our students.

Eligible honors students that have completed a housing application and paid the room reservation fee will have the opportunity to pick their room assignment prior to the general assignment process.

Stratford Heights Thematic Building Spaces

 

Suite-style halls; gender suites;
Co-ed Houses and Tower Hall (12)

Bldg/
Floor
Theme Bldg/
Floor
Theme Bldg/
Floor
Theme

1

General

8
General 13

General

2

General

9
General

14

General

3

Kappa Delta

10
Audre Lorde Social Justice/Gender Neutral Houing

15

General

4

General

11
General

17

General  

5

General

12-1
Gen-1 Impact House

18

Pi Beta Phi

6

Gamma Phi Beta

12-2
Gen-1 Impact House

19

General

7

General

12-3
Gen-1 Impact House 20

Phi Mu

 

21

TAP

2018-2019 Thematic Floors by Residence Hall Community

 

 

Calhoun

Campus Rec (CRC)

Dabney

Daniels

Marian Spencer  

Morgens

Schneider

Scioto

Siddall

Turner

Floor

Traditional
-style hall; gender floors

Suite-style, no themed floors

Traditional
-style hall; gender wings

Traditional
-style hall; gender quads; Co-ed floors

General

Apartments, gender by apartment

Suite-style hall; gender floors

Apartments, gender by apartment

Traditional
-style
hall; gender floors

Suite-style hall; gender suites; Co-ed floors

1

Male

N/A

N/A

Engineering LLC

General

General


General
throughout


General

Male (CCM)


General/
Honors Wings throughout

FL 2 B-wing rms. 30-45

FL 2 C-wing rms. 54-70

FL 3 B-wing rms. 30-45

FL 3 C-wing rms. 54-70

FL 4 B-wing rms. 30-45

FL 4 C-wing rms. 54-70

 













2

Male (ROTC)

Engineering LLC

General

General

General

Male (CCM)

3

Female (ROTC) General

Engineering LLC

General

General

General

Female (CCM)

4

Female

General General

Engineering LLC

General

COB Honors

General

Female (CCM)

5

Male

General

General

General  

General

COB Honors




N/A






General

Female

6

Male

General

General

General

General

General

General

Male (STEMM)

7

Female

General

General

DAAP

General

General

General

Male (STEMM)

8

Female  

N/A

General

DAAP

General

General

General

Female

9

Male  

N/A

General

Honors

General

General Female

10

Male (STEMM)

General

N/A

General

General Male

11

Female (STEMM)

General

General

Honors Male

12

Female

Quiet

General

Honors N/A

Living-Learning Communities (LLCs)

Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) are smaller, residential communities that provide students a dynamic educational experience with others who have a similar academic interest. Students live together on the same residence hall floor(s) to engage and learn through in-class and out-of-the classroom connections with peers, faculty, and staff. As a collaborative effort with Resident Education & Development (RED), Housing & Food Services, and sponsoring academic departments, students can enhance their college experience and gain a better sense of community while at UC. Each LLC is unique, varying in the type of academic connection, in-hall activities, and eligibility requirements. All of our LLCs offer students a space to live and learn with their peers to allow for lasting connections and academic success.

Research has shown that there are several benefits of living in a LLC. Some of these include:

  • Opportunity to live with other students who share a similar academic interest
  • Connection to faculty and staff outside of the classroom
  • Increased sense of community and connection to the university
  • Greater knowledge of the specific LLC topic

All Living-Learning Communities are created to assist students in becoming engaged citizens and experience based learners for their academic success. LLCs connect to RED’s Core Values of Learning, Leadership, Inclusion, and Community.

If you have questions or would like more information about a LLC contact REDlearning@uc.edu.