Bloomington House is located on the East Campus, 1/2 block from Daum Hall. Bloomington House features four bedroom apartments.
Living on campus not only is convenient and affordable, it's a great way to find a home within the university community and make new friends. The university's residence halls vary in size from the 1,000-resident Mayflower to Parklawn with just 98 residents, and in atmospheres from high-rises like Slater and Rienow to the more traditional Iowa architecture of Quadrangle and Currier.
Burge Hall is the second largest of the university's residence halls, and is located on the East Campus, just two blocks north of the Pentacrest. Burge includes Burge Market Place and the Clinton St. Market, a C-Store that was opened in 2012.
Centerstone is located on the East Campus, across the street from Burge Hall. Centerstone is apartment living for upperclass honor students.
Currier Hall is located on the East Campus next to Burge and Stanley Halls, just three blocks north of the Pentacrest. Currier includes a formal main lounge with a baby grand piano, a fitness center, and a community center.
Daum Hall is located on the East Campus, next to Burge, just two blocks north of the Pentacrest. Daum is one of the smaller residence halls, connected to Blank Honors Center for the convenience of the honors students who occupy the residence hall. Daum is the only hall that is a designated quiet, honors house.
Davenport is located on the East Campus, on East Davenport Street, 1/2 block east of Currier Hall.
Davenport has easy access to Currier Hall's fitness center and Burge Market Place. Davenport only offers 3 bedroom apartments. Each resident has a private bedroom.
Dubuque North is located on the East Campus, on North Dubuque Street, 1/2 block east of Currier Hall.
Dubuque North has easy access to Currier Hall's fitness center and Burge Market Place. Dubuque House features 3 and 4 bedroom apartments. Each resident has a private bedroom.
Dubuque House is located on the East Campus, on North Dubuque Street, 1/2 block east of Currier Hall.
Hillcrest Hall is the largest of the West Campus residence halls with over 800 occupants. Located just four blocks from the Pentacrest and overlooking the Iowa River, Hillcrest is adjacent to the health sciences campus, and the athletic and sports complex. Hillcrest also includes a dining facility, a fitness center, and a convenience store.
Mayflower Hall is located on Dubuque Street, twelve blocks from the Pentacrest. Although Mayflower is further from main campus than other residence halls, it was designed with this distance in mind. All rooms have their own kitchens, and the building has its own fitness center, c-store, and computer lab (ITC).
Parklawn Hall is located on the northwest portion of campus. It is farther from the Pentacrest and the central campus than other residence halls, but Parklawn is not isolated. The regular schedule of the free Cambus system makes getting across campus a snap. Parklawn is close to the Arts Campus and the UI Marching Band's practice field.
Mary Louise Petersen Residence Hall is the first new on-campus residence hall since Slater was built in 1968. It is located in the West Campus and is adjacent to Hillcrest Hall.
Petersen has ten floors and has been designed specifically to enhance Living-Learning Communities. The floor populations are much smaller than other residence halls on campus to encourage making connections with other students who share similar interests. The hall features shared rooms, semiprivate bathrooms, study lounges on each floor and casual dining at Black’s Gold Grill.
Rienow Hall is located on the West Campus, next to Hillcrest Hall, Quadrangle Hall, the Field House, and just five blocks from the Pentacrest. Rienow is adjacent to the UIHC and the Health Sciences Campus.
Slater Hall is located on the West Campus, directly across Grand Avenue from Rienow Hall, Quadrangle Hall, the Field House, and just five blocks from the Pentacrest. Slater is adjacent to the UIHC and the Health Sciences Campus.
Stanley Hall is located on the East Campus, just three blocks north of the Pentacrest. The building is connected to Currier Hall with easy access to Burge Hall and Burge Market Place. Stanley Hall has a high-rise feel with lounges on each floor, most of which offer a panoramic view of the Iowa River.