IUPUI Campus Housing for Undergraduates
IUPUI on-campus communities provide secure and convenient living quarters to more than 1,100 students. A wide variety of IUPUI programs, events and activities offered in on-campus housing present students with a rich community life, and extended study networks.
Our residential communities provide academic support and programming to assist residents in successfully making the transition to IUPUI and maintaining their academic success. In fact, national statistics indicate that on-campus residents maintain higher grade point averages and have a higher graduation rate than those students who do not live on campus.
Applications for the 2015-2016 Academic Year are currently being accepted. You can apply at any time, however, those who apply by March 15 are guaranteed to receive a housing offer to live on-campus. Apply online now.
Science Student Housing
Housing for high achieving science majors on campus includes the Women in Science House and two joint housing options for science and engineering undergraduate majors: University Tower STEM Community and Purdue House 2 .
As a living and learning center, I-House offers a cross-cultural residence option for international and U.S students and organizes programs on global issues for the campus and community. I-House brings together students, faculty, staff and the Indianapolis community for dialogue about international events and cross-cultural issues, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and development of global awareness. Learn more about International House.
If you intend to live in University Tower or Ball Hall, you are required to purchase a meal plan. More information will be included with your housing contract. You will have 10 days from the time you receive it to select a mandatory meal plan, otherwise the All Access Meal Plan will be automatically added to your Bursar bill. Note that the meal plan contract is separate from the housing contract. Learn more.
All other students may purchase a Voluntary Meal Plan either at New Student Orientation or via the IUPUI Food Service website. You can charge it to your student account or pay with a credit card.
The IU School of Dentistry has created a rated list of off-campus apartments in Indianapolis, which identifies location, size and price.