Not Your Typical
Get to know your neighbors in our smaller buildings.
We don't call them "dorms," because you won't find high-rise dorms with a thousand nameless students at UW-Green Bay. We don't have communal bathrooms, either! Our unique approach to on-campus living means smaller residential buildings that foster a sense of community and togetherness. Our largest residence hall houses 200 students, and most have less than 60 residents.
**Meal plans are required for residence hall students. Dining costs are in addition to housing costs and billed each semester.
*Housing costs are estimates. Rates reflect the 2023-24 academic year.
A Space to Call
Furnishings per student
Our residence hall rooms are completely furnished. Each student will get furniture for their personal use and their beds may be junior lofted or bunked. Furnishings per student include:
- Extra-long twin bed
- Desk & Lamp
- High-speed internet jack
Share With Your
Furnishings per room
Our residence halls offer you and your roommate a private bathroom and shower in every room. All residence halls are co-ed and each room is shared by two students of the same gender. Furnishings per room include:
- Vanity area with sink
- Private shower & toilet
- Blackout curtains
- Electronic card plus PIN secured
- Carpeted rooms
- Streaming TV
- Heat & water utilities
- Trash & recycling bins
Residence halls are one of three types of housing available on our Green Bay campus. Other options are our private and shared bedroom apartments. To find out more, see our housing options.
Largest Residence Hall
We have one larger residence hall style building, Roy Downham Hall, but it's still a small community. It has 97 rooms and can house 194 residents. This residence hall also has an elevator.
Small Residence Halls
UW-Green Bay has ten 30-room residence hall buildings. Our residence hall rooms are double occupancy, so this means that each community houses 60 students.
College is exciting because you're on your own! But if something comes up, each building has resident mentors and a hall managers on staff that you can go to for answers, guidance and advice.