Meadow Lodge 103
Phone: (812) 941-2115

The Office of Residence Life and Housing creates living-learning environments committed to holistic student development, academic success, and civic engagement. The department strives to provide safe, well-maintained, housing facilities that engage students in meaningful discourse and interaction while providing opportunities for personal growth and service to the community.

On-campus housing is provided through the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Approximately 400 students live on campus at IU Southeast in five lodges. Each lodge features full apartments with semi-private bathrooms, full kitchens, and common living spaces. Each lodge also features a central great room, a computer lab, laundry facilities, vending machines, mail delivery, high-tech security access, and quiet study spaces. Students live in one, two, or four-bedroom apartments. Some bedrooms are double-occupancy while others are single occupancy. Housing fees include all utilities, cable television service, and high-speed Internet and wireless access.

Acceptance to the university does not guarantee housing to any student. Students and prospective students who want to live on campus should apply as early as possible to ensure the best possible consideration for housing. Assignments are made in the order in which applications and deposits are received. Students who currently live on campus are assigned first, followed by new students. Short-term housing is available to visiting students and conference guests during the summer months at competitive rates.

More information about living on campus, including the Residence Hall Application and Contract and housing rates, may be found at the Housing website.

Academic Bulletins

PDF Version

Current Bulletin

2019-2021 Campus Bulletin

Request Information

Not a student yet? Complete the Request for Information form and someone from the Admissions office will contact you with more information.

Request More Information Today!