UAA Housing Options
North, East, and West Halls are the three residence halls in the UAA Housing community. Opened in 1998, the three halls house approximately 200 students each in single, double, and quad suites. Rooms are clustered on two wings, feature common-area lobbies and lounges for studying and socializing. Each building also has coin-operated laundry facilities, and a student-staffed service desk. Single suites in the residence halls are very limited and are typically reserved for Residence Life staff, graduate students or students over the age of 21.
Main Apartment Complex (MAC)
The six-building Main Apartment Complex, known on campus as “MAC,” is located just west of the residence halls and offers apartment-style living for students. Each apartment has four single-bedrooms, plus a kitchen, bathroom, living room, and storage area. The MAC apartments are typically reserved for upperclassmen or students over the age of 21.
The Templewood Apartments are located on the southeastern side of the student housing area, and offer twenty “town-house style” units, housing a total of 80 students. The upper-level of each unit includes two single bedrooms, one shared bedroom, and two bathrooms. A kitchen, living room (complete with gas fireplace), half-bath, laundry room and storage closet are located on the middle level, and a two-car garage and additional storage complete the ground level. Availability in the Templewood apartments is very limited and typically reserved for upperclassmen or students over the age of 21.
**Kitchens are not provided in the residence halls, therefore residents must select from one of the varied and convenient meal plans offered through Seawolf Dining.
Students with Disabilities
A number of the apartments are specifically designed to accommodate students with both temporary and permanent disabilities. Students who experience disabilities and need housing-related adjustments or accommodations should notify the Housing Office and the Office of Disability Support Services. Click here to view the steps involved in requesting housing adjustments through Disability Support Services.