Welcome Home

UL Lafayette has a variety of options for on-campus living, making it easier to explore our amazing campus!

Living on campus means you have a front row seat to all that UL Lafayette has to offer. You become part of a student community that spans all backgrounds, experiences, and ideals. Become a part of our family and make this place your home!

Live Where You Learn

Connect classroom learning with residential life in our Living Learning Communities (LLCs).

They're a unique way to experience living on campus — because you can choose your neighbors based on your major or your other interests. Share your passion, learn from others, improve your skills, and prepare yourself to enjoy what you love.

Life Happens Here

First Time Freshmen Applications will be live on Monday, March 21st at noon!

Greetings Ragin Cajuns!

University Housing welcomes you to our on-campus community. To ensure that future residents have a chance to receive and digest the information in their Orientation packets prior to registering for housing, we will activate the Housing Portal on Monday, March 21 at noon.

In the meantime, please explore the many different housing and meal plan options available to you!

Questions? Give us a call at 337-482-6471 or e-mail us at oncampusliving@louisiana.edu.

We look forward to having you live with us this fall!

 


 

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, and the latest room & board rates. 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.