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Housing & Living

Students from all over the world enjoy the value and convenience of on-campus housing. UNC offers unique residential communities, including the new, state-of-the-art West Campus Residence Halls. Each residence hall provides a variety of conveniences: high-speed Internet, basic cable TV and local phone service. You will also have access to laundry facilities, recreation areas, study areas and lounges.

UNC provides plenty of great housing options, including traditional residence hall rooms, suites, apartments and houses. On-campus housing is just a short walk away from classes, labs and libraries. You will have easy access to University Center events, the Campus Recreation Center and a variety of dining options.

You are allowed to live in any hall on campus, but here are few that we recommend because of the convenience and flexibility they offer.

  1. Lawrenson Hall houses 438 students from many different nationalities in furnished and air-conditioned units with full kitchens
  2. University Apartmentsoffer 98 furnished and unfurnished two-bedroom apartments to students 20 years or older or who have taken 20 credits
  3. University Owned Houses are single-gender and co-ed houses for 5-12 students per house. For additional information and to check on availability, please contact the Assignment Coordinator at 970-351-2721.
  4. Arlington Park Apartments are located just 2 blocks from West campus and offer a variety of floor plans to students 20 years or older or who have taken 20 credits

Visit the Housing and Residential Education website for more information.

Dining Services

Dining Services at UNC offer a variety of healthy foods including fresh fruits, vegetarian meals, and a gourmet salad bar in an “all you care to eat” fashion. It also offers meals-to-go - all at a great price

There are many dining options for third and fourth year undergraduates. There is a plan if you want to eat every meal in the dining halls and a plan if you only want to eat there occasionally. There are additional meal options if you are living in Lawrenson Hall, a university-owned house, or Arlington Park Apartments.  Meal plans are attached to the UNC Identification Card, and you can purchase additional meals even if you run out of cash

Please call Dining Services at 970-351-2652 or visit their website for additional information.