Resources & Services



Residential Housing is managed by the Office of Housing and Residence Life. Options for on-campus living include the following:
  • The Campus Apartments on the Riverwalk feature individually keyed bedrooms within one, two and four bedroom apartments. The fully furnished units include full size washers and dryers and private baths. Within the Campus Apartment environment are six of our seven Residential Based Learning Communities, Women in Science House, Purdue House, Honors House, Kelley School of Business House, International House and Herron House.  Located on campus and a stone's throw from the Riverwalk along White River State Park, these apartments are the ideal setting for residential living.
  • Ball Residence Hall is a traditional freshman co-ed residence hall, housing 325 students in single, double and triple rooms.  Students living in Ball Hall have the opportunity to take part in the first year Residential Based Learning Community, LYFE (Living Your Freshman Experience). LYFE is specifically designed to meet the needs of first-year college students by offering a full array of programs and resources to complement student learning and enrich the residential experience.
  • The fully furnished Town Homes house 60 residents in two story units featuring private entrances, ideal for upperclassmen or graduate students.  Ranging from 650-800 square feet, one bedroom units have double occupancy and two bedroom units have triple occupancy. Communal living space and bathrooms are shared equally by residents. Each town home unit has a living room, kitchen and laundry room.
  • International House at IUPUI 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.
    • Nearly 50 students from about 20 different countries, including the U.S.
    • Weekly International Culture Hours
    • Opportunities for community and campus service projects
    • Social and Cultural activities organized by residents
    • I-House and campus leadership opportunities

Admission to the university does not guarantee campus housing accommodations. Students must submit a separate application for housing in order to reserve space and should apply as soon as they decide to attend IUPUI. Students may apply for housing prior to being admitted to the university.  Assignments are based on the date of receipt of the application and application fee. Accommodations are available for students with disabilities.  In addition, short-term/conference housing is available during the months of June and July, offering a variety of room types at competitive prices. For additional information, contact the IUPUI Office of Housing and Residence Life at (317) 274-7200 or visit the Web site at