Before you complete your contract, here are some helpful resources:
- Undergraduate Hall Options
- Graduate Upper-division Hall Options
- Compare Options Tool: select amenities and features, and see what options match!
- Locations Map: interactive map of University Housing locations
- Accommodation and Consideration Requests
First-Time Attending Students
If you're a newly admitted student, please accept your offer of admission to the University of Illinois, and then wait 48 hours before completing your housing contract.
2022-2023 Housing Contract: Click here for Housing Sign-Up
We offer a variety of apartment and lease options for graduate students, research associates, students with families, faculty/staff, transfer students and visiting scholars. To be eligible for these accommodations, the leaseholder of a University Housing apartment must be formally affiliated with the University. Apply now for University Apartments
Meal Plan Only
Do you live off campus but still want a meal plan? You are welcome to dine with us in our award-winning dining facilities. Our meal plans can be used at five dining halls conveniently located all over campus. Sign up for a meal plan.
During the year, specialty housing is available for students in both the halls and apartments. Please choose one of the following options if you are living in the halls and will need housing during the fall, winter, or spring breaks, or if you are visiting the University and in need of guest housing.
We offer summer housing for students who plan to live in the residence halls during the summer. Summer rates are affordable, and Daniels Hall is conveniently located on campus near the Illini Union.
For students who plan to remain in the residence halls during periods when most residence halls are closed.
If you received a message that you were assigned to a room in temporary housing for the fall, read the temporary housing web page for photos, a video, and more details.
Students can also choose to live in a Private Certified Housing facility.
Visit our Gender-Inclusive Options page to see the range of choices available to you. You may also contact the Housing Information Office at (217) 333-7111 or email@example.com for more information.
If you believe you require housing accommodations due to a documented disability-related condition, you will need to register with the Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) in addition to submitting your housing application. DRES is responsible for providing services to students with disabilities and is available to consult with other areas of campus regarding ADA accessibility issues. For further information on how to register with DRES, visit www.disability.illinois.edu or call (217) 333-4603. See University Housing's ADA options.