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Housing & Residential Education

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Safe, Convenient,
Private & Modern

Your home away from home.

You can choose from residence hall rooms, shared bedroom apartments, and private bedroom apartments. All living spaces at UW-Green Bay include streaming HDTV (over 200 channels and on-demand movies and shows), high-speed internet, free laundry, and a private bathroom and shower in every room.

Housing Options

Apply

Secure your place to live on campus by submitting a housing contract.

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Housing Hub

Housing Hub is your self-service portal for all things housing.

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$4,410*

Housing rate estimates start at $4,410 per academic year.

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*Some students will be required to have a meal plan. Housing rates are estimates. Price reflects the 2023-24 academic year.

Why Live On Campus?

You're not required to live on campus at UW-Green Bay. But, if you choose to live on campus, you'll have access to many great benefits and unique opportunities.

Better Odds

Students who live on campus get better grades and persist to graduation at a higher rate. It only makes sense, because you're closer to everything you need to succeed in college.

24/7 Support

Between trained student employees and full-time professional staff, you'll get the support you need. And, our maintenance staff ensures everything works like it should.

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Opportunities

Living on campus, you'll have access to more events and leadership opportunities. Since housing is a home for every Phoenix, you'll be among people with diverse perspectives.

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Convenience

College life is busy and there's a real convenience to living where you study. You'll be close to your classes, the library, dining facilities, the fitness center and more.

Services & Amenities

Things to Know

There's lots to be aware of when it comes to living on campus. The good news is that you don't have to know about it all at once. If you live on campus, you'll receive communication from the Office of Housing and Residential Education with timely information. Be sure to continue to check your UW-Green Bay email account for updates.

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Moving Guides

Moving is a major life change! Refer to these guides to know what to bring to campus, what to leave at home and what you have to do at check out to avoid fees.

Moving Guides

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Rules & Procedures

When you live on campus, you're part of a community. These rules and procedures help keep everything operating smoothly and safely. They help to ensure everyone is treated fairly and with respect.

Rules & Procedures

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Roommate Agreement

Take the time to talk with your roommate right away and complete a roommate agreement. It will help make sure you're on the same page and provide a basis to resolve any conflicts should they arise.

Roommate Agreement

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Room Selection

Each year you have the opportunity to select your room and roommate(s) for the fall. We call this process room selection. Find out more!

Room Selection

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Housing Contract

Your housing contract outlines the terms and conditions of your living on campus. It's an agreement that ensures a safe, comfortable and respectful living environment for all residents.

Housing Contract

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Breaks & Summer

If you need to stay on campus during semester breaks and summer months, we have options for you! And, you don't have to be a student to live on campus in the summer.

Breaks & Summer Housing

Amiyah Jones

Meet a
Phoenix

"Initially, I was worried about having a bad group of roommates! However, once the time came for me to pack up and live away from my parents, I became excited and anxious to experience my freedom and independence as a college student. Furthermore, after the worrying, I made a lot of friends, and good connections with my peers as I am now a junior at UWGB!"

Amiyah Jones
UW-Green Bay Junior
Human Biology, Health Science Emphasis

Architectural rendering of the new sophomore apartments opening fall 2024

Coming Fall 2024

UW-Green Bay's newest housing building in 12 years will open in Fall 2024. This state-of-the-art facility offers a contemporary apartment-style experience, providing a comfortable and engaging environment for our students. Designed largely for sophomores, 2 or 4 residents will share each apartment space.

New Shared Bedroom Apartment

Executive Director of Housing, Kelly Thacker

Want to Know More?

Moving away from the home you know can be a huge step! It's only natural that you'd have questions and concerns. We're here to help you address those worries so you can focus on your academics and college experience.

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