Daum Residence Hall is home to 344 residents and is located on the east side of campus.

Daum hall hosts various lounge/study spaces and is connected to the Blank Honors Center. For dining options, this hall is located closest to Burge Market Place and Catlett Market Place.

Who lives here?
  • Co-ed
  • Honors students
  • First-year students
  • Returning students
  • Transfer students
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Physical address

225 North Clinton Street
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-353-2950

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Mailing address

[Your name]
100 Daum Hall, Room #
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242

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Front desk

7 a.m.-12 a.m. (midnight) / 7 days a week

Getting around

There are several ways to get around campus, the Iowa City area and even get out of town. University of Iowa Parking and Transportation provides more information about Cambus, parking, bikes, ridesharing, safe rides and more.

  • Walk to IMU: 7 minutes
  • Walk to Kinnick Stadium: 25 minutes
  • Walk to downtown: 7 minutes
  • Cambus: Blue, Red and Interdorm arrive every 10-12 minutes during business hours
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  • Cable TV jack (TV and cord not provided)
  • Ethernet internet jack (cord not provided)
  • Telephone jack (phone and cord not provided)
  • Closet
  • Desk and chair
  • Drawer space
  • Extra long twin bed (36 inches x 80 inches)
  • Pre-lofted beds
  • Recycling containers
  • Window curtains

  • Air conditioning
  • Cambus service
  • ITC print station
  • Multipurpose room/lounge/study space
  • Laundry
  • ResNet
  • Utilities included
  • Wireless internet

2022–23 rates

Single (with air)
Per semester - $4,897.50

Double (with air)
Per semester - $3,803.50

Double (with bath and air)
Per semester - $4,690.00

Triple (with air)
Per Semester - $3,229.50

Floor plans and 3D view

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One room is occupied by one resident. A common bathroom is shared by approximately 15 rooms. The contract length is fall/spring. This is a typical single room. Please note, room layout and size may vary. 

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One room is occupied by two residents. A common bathroom is shared by approximately 15 rooms. The contract length is fall/spring. This is a typical double room. Please note, room layout and size may vary. 

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One bedroom is occupied by three residents. A common bathroom is shared by approximately 15 rooms. The contract length is fall/spring. This is a typical triple room. Please note, room layout and size may vary. 

Restroom types

This hall has single-user, community-style and private restroom types.

Community-style (1st floor only)

This is a larger restroom on single-gendered floors. These restrooms accommodate approximately 16-20 students at a time. As you enter the restroom, you will see a line of sinks, a row of stalls with latching doors (for toilets), and a separate row of stalls for showers offering plenty of privacy. 

Single-user

A single-user restroom is a restroom that is designed for one person at a time. As you enter the restroom, you will see a sink, a toilet and a shower for your use, all behind a locking door. Single-user restrooms are open to residents of any gender.

Private

A private restroom has a bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower behind a closed door. This bathroom is used only by the residents of the room and they are responsible for cleaning. 

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Jillian Boudreau

Jillian Boudreau

Title/Position
Hall coordinator
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Justy Bernardy

Title/Position
Office administrator

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