Welcome to University Housing & Dining at the University of Iowa!
We are glad that you are here! Living in the residence halls allows students the opportunity to meet
many people who may become lifelong friends, participate in a wide variety of academic,
educational and social events, and learn to live in a culturally diverse environment – all while
enjoying the conveniences of living on campus.
There are ten residence halls, all coed, at The University of Iowa. Burge, Daum, Currier, Stanley,
and Mayflower make up the east neighborhood. Hillcrest, Parklawn, Quadrangle (Quad), Rienow
and Slater are the west neighborhood residence halls. Housing is also available in apartments at
Building 3 at the Lodge and Centerstone Apartments. Each residence hall is unique in building
design and special features. Students may also live in University Apartments (Hawkeye Drive and
The residence halls at The University of Iowa are more than just a place to live. In addition to safe
and comfortable surroundings, living in an adult environment with limited supervision provides
students with a glimpse of what living in society is all about: interacting with people from various
backgrounds, taking responsibility for personal behavior, learning how a political governing system
works, and learning how to have fun – and get along – with friends and neighbors. From classes, to
interesting programs, to spontaneous fun, the residence halls at The University of Iowa provide an
exciting living-learning experience on campus.