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- Residence Hall Association
North, East, and West Halls are the three residence halls in the UAA Housing community. UAA’s residence halls offer suite-style housing with one (single suite), two (double suite) or four (quad suite) bedrooms and one or two bathrooms within each suite. Most bedrooms are private bedrooms, but each hall also has a limited number of shared-bedroom suites that offer a more economical option. Each hall houses approximately 200 students and features common-area lobbies with community kitchens, lounges for studying and socializing, and laundry facilities.
Main Apartment Complex (MAC)
The six-building Main Apartment Complex, known on campus as “MAC,” offers apartment-style living for students. Each apartment has four single-bedrooms plus a shared kitchen, bathroom, living room, and storage area. The MAC apartments are typically reserved for students who have lived on campus at least one year, or students 21 years of age or older.
The Templewood Apartments offer 17 “townhouse-style” units. The upper-level of each unit includes two single bedrooms, one shared bedroom, and two bathrooms. A kitchen, living room, 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 students 21 years of age or older.
- All utilities included
- Basic digital cable package*
- In-suite bathrooms
- Beds and basic furniture
- Unlimited Wi-Fi access
- Kitchen (in MAC and Templewood units only)**
For information about rates, visit the Housing Rates page.
*Televisions are not provided
**The residence halls have community kitchens in the lobbies. Individual suites in the halls do not have kitchens; therefore, residents must select from one of the various convenient meal plans offered through Seawolf Dining.
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. View the steps involved in requesting housing adjustments through Disability Support Services.