Make UWM your home base. By living on campus or nearby, you’ll discover new people, new perspectives and new connections.
Residence halls are expected to be full and much closer to normal this fall, with extra cleaning and safety measures in place. While vaccinations aren’t required for students living on campus, they’re highly recommended!
Whether you’re a new or a returning student, there’s a home for you. In addition, our Living Learning Communities offer students a chance to connect with others who are studying similar subjects.
How to Apply
Freshmen are required to live in residence halls, so their housing application is automatically tied to their UWM application. Hop on that contract as soon as you can. If you’re a returning student interested in living on campus, be sure to fill out a residence hall request form.
What should you look for in a lease? How do you find rental listings? Get your questions answered and lots of support to navigate off-campus living.
Check out our lists of what to bring along to campus and what to leave at home — and find out when you get to move in!
If you’re interested in leadership roles, planning activities and events, being on a jury-of-your-peers or just meeting new people, learn how to get involved.