As a part of Housing & Residential Life's mission to provide housing that enables all students to achieve sucess, we offer various types of housing oppurtunities. Read more about these options below.
Housing & Residential Life is committed to fostering inclusive communities. We recognize the need to provide housing options that meet the diverse needs and interests of students. Open Housing is intended to create a comfortable living environment for students interested in living with someone of a different gender identity and/or where gender is not a consideration in room assignments. If you would like to learn more about Open Housing options, please contact us below for assistance with identifying a placement that is right for you.
Open Housing options are available in the following dorms:
- Apache-Santa Cruz
- Árbol de la Vida
- Colonia de la Paz
- Honors Village
- Navajo-Pinal (Stadium)
- Posada San Pedro
- Pueblo de la Cienega
- Villa del Puente
Honors students who have been admitted to the UA Honors College are eligible to live in the Honors Village community in the North District of campus. Featuring dorm and apartment-style housing for more than 1,000 students, the North District complex hosts an in-dorm dining facility, recreation spaces, an interior courtyard, Campus Health Service Counseling & Psych Services (CAPS) satellite, Honors College offices, a Campus Recreation Center, honors classrooms, and more.
Available Fall 2020: As a part of Open Housing, Housing & Residential Life offers Gender-Inclusive Housing in 'cluster' communities that provide a safe and supportive living space for transgender, non-binary and LGBTQ students. "Cluster" communities are groups of rooms within a wing or floor in some dorms. Students have the opportunity to request assignment to a cluster community in their housing application starting in January. Assignment to a cluster community is based on availability.