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At a Glance

UIndy Residence Options

UIndy has seven residence halls and a brand new, modern apartment complex. Below, find descriptions of each hall, pictures of rooms and a floor plan so you know how big your room will be. All residence halls have free laundry facilities, free parking, common areas, kitchenettes, ice and vending machines and a front desk staff. All rooms are wired for cable and have wireless Internet access and heating and cooling units.


Enjoy the great amenities of UIndy's newest residence hall! Roberts Hall, located between Warren and Cravens, has a fitness center, grand lobbies, recreational space and kitchens. Residents can live in either single- or double-occupancy rooms. Roberts Hall is completely handicap accessible and houses approximately 165 upperclass students (sophomores-seniors).
 

Roberts Hall profile

  • Rooms: Single and double occupancy
  • Furniture: Moveable beds, desks, dressers
  • Bathrooms: 1 private bathroom is shared between two rooms and each room has its own sink
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor
  • Laundry: Located on every floor
  • Other amenities: Multiple lounges and televisions on each floor; fitness center

Academic year 17-18 cost: $2,864 (double) per semester
                                                   $3,558 (single) per semester


The spaces lounges, study areas, fireplaces and kitchenettes are just part of what makes East Hall a unique living experience on UIndy’s campus. Residents live in single-occupancy rooms that are equipped with a separate sinks, upgraded desks and dressers and plenty of closet space. East Hall is completely handicap accessible and houses 153 upperclass students (sophomores-seniors).
 

East Hall profile

  • Rooms: Single occupancy
  • Furniture: Moveable beds, desks, dressers
  • Bathrooms: 1 private bathroom is shared between two rooms
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor
  • Laundry: Located on second and fourth floors
  • Other amenities: Multiple lounges and televisions on each floor; two-story atriums with balconies and fireplaces; ping-pong and pool tables

Academic year 17-18 cost: $3,558 per semester


Central Hall is a co-ed dorm that offers suite-style living for its 248 residents. It houses mostly upperclass students, with the exception of freshmen on the Honors Floor. Residents are able to furnish the living area that is shared between the two bedroom suites, and each bedroom has a private bathroom. Central Hall also has a floor specifically for honors students and is fully accessible to the physically challenged.
 

Central Hall profile

  • Rooms: Double occupancy per room, four people per suite
  • Furniture: Moveable beds, desks, dressers, closets
  • Bathrooms: Private bathroom in each room
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor, sink and counter area in each suite
  • Laundry: Located on second and fourth floors
  • Other amenities: Front recreational room with television and pool table; separate study rooms on each floor

Academic year 17-18 cost: $2,864 per semester


Cory Bretz Hall

Floor plan

Cory Bretz Hall, situated on the north side of campus, houses 236 female and male students (mostly freshmen) in separate wings on three floors. The spacious first floor lobby is a hub for pool tournaments, video game challenges on the big screen television, and plenty of room to study and hang out. Cory Bretz also is completely accessible to the physically challenged.

Cory Bretz Hall profile

  • Rooms: Double occupancy
  • Furniture: Built-in
  • Bathrooms: Multiple restrooms and shower facilities per floor, per wing
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor, per wing
  • Laundry: Located on each floor
  • Other amenities: Front recreational room with ping-pong, pool table, television and exercise equipment

 Academic year 17-18 cost: 2,563 per semester


Cravens Hall

Floor plan

Cravens Hall is a community of approximately 200 male and female students, the majority of which are freshmen. It is the oldest residence hall on campus. Residents of Cravens frequently gather for movie nights and study sessions, and one former resident fondly remembers Cravens Hall as the “friendliest hall on campus.”
 

Cravens Hall profile

  • Rooms: Double, Triple and Quad occupancy
  • Furniture: Moveable beds; built-in dressers, desks
  • Bathrooms: Multiple restrooms and shower facilities per floor
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor
  • Laundry: Located on each floor
  • Other amenities: Front recreational room with television and piano; multipurpose basement with pool table, study areas and exercise equipment

Academic year 17-18 cost: Double, $2,563 per semester

Academic year 17-18 cost: Triple, $1,813 per semester

Academic year 17-18 cost: Quad, $1,813 per semester


Crowe Hall

Floor plan

In Crowe hall, freshmen and upperclassmen enjoy the college “family” experience. Most rooms are situated in quads and share a common living area that creates a “homey” environment for the eight students in each quad. The hall houses 154 males and females in separate wings, and each person shares a bedroom with a roommate.
 

Crowe Hall profile

  • Rooms: Double occupancy
  • Furniture: Built-in
  • Bathrooms: Multiple restrooms and shower facilities per floor, per wing
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor, per wing
  • Laundry: Located on first floor
  • Other amenities: Study lounges on each floor, big screen television in common area

Academic year 17-18 cost: $2,563 per semester


Warren Hall

Floor plan

UIndy's largest residence hall, Warren Hall is always full of activity. 252 female and male students reside in separate wings and live two to a room.  Most students in Warren Hall are freshmen, making it easy to share first-year experiences together and to create new friendships away from home.
 

Warren Hall profile

  • Rooms: Double, Triple and Quad occupancy
  • Furniture: Built-in
  • Bathrooms: Multiple restrooms and shower facilities per floor, per wing
  • Kitchenette: 1 per floor, per wing
  • Laundry: Located in the basement
  • Other amenities: Front recreational room with ping-pong, pool table and television; multipurpose basement for studying, exercising and doing laundry

Academic year 17-18 cost: Double, $2,563 per semester

Academic year 17-18 cost: Triple, $1,813 per semester

Academic year 17-18 cost: Quad, $1,813 per semester


Greyhound Village 

UIndy's Greyhound Village offers attractive housing options for up to 480 juniors, seniors and graduate students. Situated on the corner of Shelby Street and National Avenue on the west edge of campus, the newly constructed, four-story Greyhound Village replaces the old Campus Apartments. Designed with a modern, urban feel, the 196-unit apartment building is fully furnished and features a variety of floor plans from one to four bedrooms.

Greyhound Village Features

  • Kitchen, living area and washer and dryer in each unit
  • Private bathroom for each bedroom
  • Courtyards and recreational areas
  • Clubhouse and commons area with a lounge and game room
  • Study room
  • Fitness center
  • Balconies and patios
  • UIndy cable and Internet services

2018-19 monthly rates (per person)

 

Phase I - Lease signed on or between these dates:
11/6/17 - 11/26/17

Phase II - Lease signed on or between these dates:
11/27/17 - 01/19/17

Phase III - Lease signed on or between these dates:
after 01/19/18

1 Bdrm $910mo or $5460 Semester
(6 months)
$910mo or $5460 Semester
(6 months)
$925mo or $5550 Semester
(6 months)
2 Bdrm $679mo or $4074 Semester
(6 months)
$699mo or $4194 Semester
(6 months)
$710mo or $4260 Semester
(6 months)
3 Bdrm $735mo or $4410 Semester
(6 months)
$735mo or $4410 Semester
(6 months)
$740mo or $4440 Semester
(6 months)
4 Bdrm $599mo or $3594 Semester
(6 months)
$610mo or $3660 Semester
(6 months)
$625mo or $3750 Semester
(6 months)

Leases run from August 15, 2018 to July 31, 2019. For more information about Greyhound Village, including leasing information, please contact the Assistant Director of Greyhound Village, Ayla Wilder

Housing cancellation policy

May 7 – July 31                                                   Loss of $50 deposit                    
August 1 – August 14 Loss of deposit and $100
August 15 – First day of class Loss of deposit and $200
First day of class – End of eighth week Per diem charge and $1,000
Ninth week – End of school year Loss of deposit and $2,000

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities may request housing in any of the housing options identified above as an accommodation for their disability pursuant to UIndy’s procedures found at http://www.uindy.edu/ssd/housing-accommodations-process. UIndy will make an individualized assessment of any such request and, if determined necessary, will provide that student with the appropriate accommodation. UIndy will make reasonable modifications to its room rate structure to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability.