Welcome Home

UL Lafayette housing offers apartment-style living with easy access to campus. Students who live on campus are given a front row seat to all UL Lafayette has to offer. They become part of a student community that spans all backgrounds, experiences, and ideals.

Share Your Passion

Living on campus gives you access to hundreds of students and organizations with similar interests. Share your passion, learn from others, improve your skills, and prepare yourself to enjoy what you love.

On the Geaux

Students who live on campus enjoy both sit-down meals and dining on the geaux. No matter what you crave, there are healthy, tasty choices around the corner. From Cajun to Greek, national chains to mom-and-pop shops, you will savor the flavor of campus living.

Healthy Living

As an on-campus resident, you have access to workout equipment on campus, including the new gym in Randolph Hall which serves as a communal activitiy building.

Hang Your Hat

UL Lafayette residence halls are more than just places to hang your hat, they are places to make memories you will treasure forever.

Life Happens Here

Ahhh, college. Where the route to self-discovery is paved in laughter, learning and, let's face it, a fair share of sleepless nights. It's about excitement. Adventure. Memory making. Endless possibilities. And when you live on campus, you're given a front-row seat to it all.

Consider this site your one-stop source for information on campus living — your gateway to important resources like housing handbooks and requirements, maintenance forms, the latest room & board rates and a directory of essential numbers. But then there’s the fun stuff — from what to bring that first day, how to get the roommate of your choosing, or even being a leader in your building by becoming a Community Assistant. Still have questions? We’re all ears.

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What to Bring

  • Linens (including XL twin sheets) and toiletries

  • Shower curtain and trash can

  • HE Laundry detergent

  • Phone with cable and coaxial cable for TV

  • Wireless is in the buildings, but Ethernet is available

    • Personal Wireless Routers are not allowed

  • TV, radio, alarm clock, lock for closet, etc.

  • Adhesive gum (Sticky Tack –White)

  • Decorations to personalize your room

Fall 2015 Housing Assignment Questions?

If you have questions regarding your Fall 2015 Housing Assignment please submit an inquiry - Click Here!

Move-in Day for First Time Freshmen is set for August 19, 2015
Move-in Day for all Upperclassmen is set for August 22, 2015

More details to follow.. Keep checking your university email.