The UWRF campus is one of the most residential in the state with over 40% of students living on campus. We believe this uniquely residential environment creates an on-campus experience like no other. We are proud to feature 11 residence halls housing approximately 2,500 students who live, learn, and discover together.
||Community Options||Elevator||Carpet in Rooms
|1. Ames Suites
(Jesse H. Ames Suites)
|240||Scatter Coed||Sophomore Hall|
|2. Crabtree||266||Coed||First Year (3rd and 4th floors)|
|3. Grimm||240||Coed||First Year (4th floor)
|4. Hathorn||360||Coed (Scatter Coed: 1st floor, 3rd floor center)
||294||Coed (Scatter Coed: 3rd and 4th floors)
||First Year Hall
|6. May||196||Coed (Scatter Coed: 3rd floor)
||First Year (4th floor)|
|7. McMillan||240||Coed||First Year (4th floor)|
||First Year (3rd and 4th floors)
|10. South Fork Suites
(George R. Field South Fork Suites)
|240||Scatter Coed||Upperclass Hall
|11. Stratton||196||Scatter Coed||Substance Free Hall
*Air Conditioning: Students are encouraged to bring a fan, but air conditioning units are not permitted.
Coed: Rooms are arranged male/female by floor/wing.
Collaboration Stations: TV with multimedia hookup and table for student collaboration.
First Year: Community designated for first-year students with first-year programming.
Scatter Coed: Male/female rooms are on the same floor/wing.
Substance Free: Community for students who agree to adhere to healthy lifestyle choices