With 23 undergraduate residence halls we get this question a lot: How do I choose a hall? There are a variety of options that may help you choose your hall. Keep in mind that no matter which hall you live in they all have similar amenities; laundry rooms, game rooms, community kitchens and living space; as well as academic and social programs and events. Once you are able to answer some of these questions, go to the Residence Halls page to refine your search.
Do you like to be surrounded by lot of people or do you prefer knowing everyone in your hall? Answering this question may help you determine the SIZE (number of students) of hall you would prefer.
Our residence halls are located in three districts. Historic District is on the north side of campus near Greek housing and the Eller College of Management. Highland District is on the southeast part of campus close to the Campus Rec Center and the library. Park District is on the southwest part of campus near the Park Student Union and University Blvd. Here is a map of the entire campus.
Double: A room that accommodates 2 students. This is our most common room type.
Double-Suite: A room that accommodates 2 students and shares a small, adjoining bathroom with another room. Most rooms in Coronado and Pima are double-suites, with a few in Colonia de la Paz, Posada San Pedro, Pueblo de la Cienega and Villa del Puente.
Double-Adjoined: A room that accommodates 2 students and shares a small, adjoining common space with another room. Only available in Cochise.
Double-Private: A room that accommodates 2 students and has a private bathroom. Only available in Rawls/Eller Lodge.
Quadruple: A room that accommodates 4 students. Each room has a private bathroom. Only available in Rawls/Eller Lodge.
Single: A room that accommodates 1 student. Single rooms are typically much smaller than a double room and there are very few of them. Available in Árbol de la Vida, Coconino, Colonia de la Paz, Gila, Maricopa, Navajo-Pinal, Posada San Pedro, Pueblo de la Cienega, Villa del Puente and Yuma.
Single-Suite: A room that accommodates 1 student and shares a small, adjoining bathroom with another room. These rooms are typically much smaller than a double room and they are available in only two residence halls, Babcock and Pima.
Most of our halls have community-style bathrooms but we also have halls with suite-style bathrooms, some have sinks in their room and one has in-room bathrooms (private). We also have some all-gender bathrooms in select halls.
Start out with something in common with your hall mates. Theme communities share similar personal or academic interests and goals, living on a specific floor or wing in a hall. We have a variety of communities including partnerships with the business and engineering colleges to outdoor adventures and health professions.