Residence Life

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Living On Campus

Enhance your UToledo experience by living on campus and engaging in a vibrant student life

You’ll benefit from the intellectual climate of campus, while staying involved and making lifelong friends. Outside of class you’ll connect with other students through campus activities and organizations.

Housing Features

  • Bedroom furniture includes: extra-long twin bed, desk, chair, dresser and closet/wardrobe
  • Secure, Rocket ID card-only access at all building entrances
  • WiFi included in all buildings
  • 24/7 support from front-desk staff and resident advisors
  • Computer labs with free printing
  • Laundry and exercise rooms
  • Lounge and conference areas
  • Recreation areas with gaming equipment
  • Air conditioning in all halls.

Applying for housing

  1. After being admitted to UToledo and paying your $100 enrollment deposit and $40 housing application fee, you can access the housing application.
  2. You can select your room in late spring based on when you signed your housing contract.

Housing Options

Visit UToledo Student Housing at American Campus to learn more about the University's housing.

Parks Tower
Parks Tower
  • High-rise residence hall exclusively for first year students
  • Newly renovated'
  • Two-person bedrooms with community bathrooms
  • Closest to the Glass Bowl and the Flatlands
Honors Academic Village
Honors Academic Village
  • Choice of private or shared accommodations (one-, two- and
    four-person suites)
  • Amenities include a fitness center, computer center with Mac computers,
    recreation lounge with billiards and study rooms
  • Full academic-year leases with all utilities included
Horton International House
Horton International House
  • Four-person suites — two double bedrooms, a furnished common area and bathroom — and six-person suites, which provide two additional single bedrooms
  • Located near Rocket Hall, the University/Parks Trail and University
    Health Center
 
McKinnon, Scott and Tucker Halls
McKinnon, Scott and Tucker Halls

All single-occupancy rooms

  • Exclusively for honors students
  • MacKinnon includes double rooms converted to single-student rooms with
    community bathrooms
  • Scott and Tucker halls include two singles connected by a shared, fully furnished
    common area
  • Near the Student Union and its dining facilities, Memorial Field House and
    Centennial Mall
Ottawa East And West
Ottawa East and West
  • Four-person suites — two double bedrooms, furnished common area
    and bathroom
  • Amenities include an in-hall dining facility and convenience store
McComas Village
McComas Village
  • Houses members of seven sororities and seven fraternities
  • Each townhouse contains formal living and dining areas, a full kitchen,
    laundry room and two- and three-person bedrooms
  • Residents are members of a Greek chapter and do not have to purchase
    a meal plan.
 

Specialized Living Communities

To get more out of your stay in the residence halls, consider joining one of our Specialized Living Communities. These communities extend student learning outside of the classroom and promote student intellectual, social and personal growth.

Have Questions?

If you have any questions regarding residence halls, please contact the Office of Residence Life at 419.530.2941 or email us at residencelife@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 1/30/23