Sandburg Hall was constructed in two phases. The North, South and West towers were built in 1970, and were the first residence halls at UWM. East tower opened in 2000. Because of the difference in construction dates, East tower varies in many ways from the other towers.

Living Learning Communities in Sandburg

2017-2018 2018-2019
American Sign Language American Sign Language
Architecture Design (ARCH 2) Architecture Design (ARCH 2)
Business Panthers Business Panthers
Career Quest Community Engagement & Leadership
Education & Leadership Cultures & Communities
Engineering House for CEAS Majors Engineering House for CEAS Majors
Health Professions Health Professions
Honors House 1 & 2 Honors House 1 & 2
Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies (JAMS) LLC Journalism, Advertising, and Media Studies (JAMS) LLC
Local Hosts (Web and App Development) Local 2 Global
MKE Scholars Performing Arts (Dance, Music, and Theatre)
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, and Theatre) Social Welfare
Social Justice Transfer Community
Transfer Community
U1.0: First-Generation
Location

Sandburg Residence Hall is located at the intersection of Newport Avenue and Maryland Avenue – north of the UWM Golda Meir Library.

Address
3400 N. Maryland Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Phone
(414) 229-4065

Traditional Towers
North, South and West Towers are identical in suite and room layout. They differ only in number of floors. On floors 1-4 of all 3 towers, the configuration of the 10 and 20 suite may vary due to the connection to the Commons. Every floor contains eight suites, numbered 10 through 80, each containing three rooms, labeled A through C. For example, N2320B is in North tower, on the twenty-third floor, in the twenty suite, and is the middle room in that suite. There are several configurations of suites, each housing four or five people in single-, double-, or triple-occupancy rooms. Suitemates share a private hallway and bathroom. Each resident’s room key also opens the door into the appropriate suite hallway.

Certain suites and rooms are adaptable to meet the requirements of residents with special needs. Please complete the University Housing Room Accommodation Form available on the Forms & Publications page.

View the Sandburg Floor Plans PDF describing the different rooms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

East Tower
Every floor of East Tower contains six apartment-style suites, each housing six people in two single rooms, two double rooms, and a shared bath and kitchen. Each resident’s room key also opens the door into the appropriate suite hallway.

Certain suites and rooms are adaptable to meet the requirements of residents with special needs. Please complete the University Housing Room Accommodation Form available on the Forms & Publications page.

View the Sandburg Floor Plans PDF describing the different rooms.

Parking
A limited number of parking spaces are available in the parking garage. Visit www.uwm.edu/parking to view the rates and procedures to request a permit. Visitor parking is available in the metered spaces in the Sandburg garage. Daily permits are also available to purchase at the Service Desk.
Suite/Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning (East Tower only)
  • Cable Television
  • Wired Internet Connections
  • Closet Organizing Kits
  • Kitchen (East Tower only)
  • Bathroom

Building Amenities (Open to all University Housing residents)

  • Fitness Room
  • Dining: Cafeteria, Palm Gardens, Emporium Convenience Store, Grind Coffee Shop
  • Channel Study Lounge
  • Computer Lab
  • Flicks Movie Theater
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Service Desks
Tours
Video Tours: Keanna’s Room | Lesly’s Room

Tours of Cambridge Commons, RiverView, and Sandburg Traditional Towers (North, South, and West) occur on a predetermined schedule. Tours of Kenilworth Square Apartments, Purin Hall, and Sandburg East Tower, may be scheduled with at least 48 hours notice (subject to availability). To inquire about tour possibilities, contact the University Housing Student Outreach Assistants at (414) 229-3158 or uhmktg@uwm.edu.