Convenient housing for students, here on IUPUI’s campus
Your most convenient IUPUI housing option is to live on campus. You will be close to your classes and IUPUI activities, you can pay for your housing in the same way you pay your tuition and other fees, and you will form lasting friendships with other students.
IUPUI Housing and Residence Life offers much more than just a place to live.
Choose among Many Options, and Apply Early
On-campus housing at IUPUI is limited and fills up quickly. You should apply for housing as soon as possible after you are admitted to IUPUI. Students interested in living in on-campus housing for the fall term are encouraged to submit their application fee by the priority consideration deadline on March 15. Learn more about this priority consideration date and general housing information »
IUPUI housing ranges from single rooms to four-bedroom apartments. All residence communities include furniture, high-speed Internet, academic support, and more. You can also request to live in a Residential Based Learning Community (such as the International House) with other students who share your interests.Find and apply for on-campus housing
More Details about Housing
After You Apply for On-Campus Housing
After you submit your housing application, there will be a waiting period before you hear whether you have been assigned housing.
If you receive a campus housing assignment, you must sign and return a contract to hold your space. If you do not receive an assignment, you may be placed on the waitlist, which means that you may receive housing if other students decline their offers.
To check the status of your housing application, log into your housing application portal (where you submitted your on-campus housing application).
Do you have additional questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each semester has a move-in date. This date is also stated on your housing contract.
Students may apply for early move-in for the fall semester through the housing portal (where you submitted your housing application) beginning on June 1st through July 15th. Students must have signed and returned their housing contracts in order to request early move-in.
If you arrive before move-in day, or at a time when you can’t move in (such as a weekend), you will need to stay at a hotel. There are some hotels that have special rates for IUPUI visitors.
Winter Break Planning
Students applying for housing should be advised:
Ball Hall, North Hall, and University Tower close the day after finals during the winter break and reopen several days prior to the start of classes in the Spring. Students are advised to seek alternate arrangements during this time.
Riverwalk (including International House) and Townhomes do not close for any breaks during the Academic Year. Students seeking on-campus housing during the winter break are encouraged to select these options in their housing application.