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Residential Life Virtual Housing Tours
We are excited to be able to provide a glimpse into our residence halls through photographs and virtual touring. We invite you to view some of residential spaces below. All residence halls are not pictured. Additional residence halls will be added periodically.
Our virtual tour currently includes the following spaces: Lien Hall, Greenway Apartments, Lee Hall, Lofts Apartments, Lopata House, South 40 House, Myers Hall, Park House, Eliot House, Dardick House, Koenig House, Umrath House.
House 22 Floor Plans
Transfer students who have been assigned to House 22 can view floor plans in the PDF document below. Note, House 22 is a traditionally fraternity housing.
Residential Spaces in House 22 come with a twin XL bed frame, carpeted bedrooms, and a lower level common space, kitchen, and laundry facilities. Photos are not available for House 22. Click on the picture for all floors.
3D Modeling of Residential Spaces
Don’t see your residence hall yet? No need to worry. Many of your residential facilities mirror one another. See below to understand what building to compare where you are living.
Our apartment style living is very similar to one another. All apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen and single-person bedrooms. The Lofts and Greenway Apartments are currently available for viewing.
South 40 residential colleges.
The South 40 includes ten residential colleges located at the southwest end of the Danforth Campus.
Many of our upperclass students live on the Northside, which consists of residential communities on the Northwest corner of the Danforth Campus.
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WashU's investment in the residential college model stems from a commitment to creating intentional communities where every student is known by name and story.
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Living on-campus is expected for first-year freshmen and encouraged for upper division students. The 360-degree tours will allow you to zoom in and out as well as move your viewpoint in a 360* (use degree symbol) radius. The tours and videos provide general examples of various accommodations across campus. Incoming freshmen will have the ability to tour their specific Residential College building when they attend New Student Orientation.
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Note: Virtual tours may not reflect slight variations in furniture style/size as well as variations in room and apartment size.
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Want to get a feel of what campus life is like at the University of New Haven without having to travel? Try out our Virtual Tour.
First-Year Residence Hall Tour
Living here for the first time? Get a feel for life on campus with a virtual tour of our five first-year residence halls!
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Take a virtual tour of the living options we offer our upperclass students!
Our video tour allows you to explore a little more about the University of New Haven and most aspects of life as a Charger. We have videos about academics, student life, residential life, experiential education, community service, and more!
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Attending an Open House, either on-campus or virtually, is one of the best ways to become familiar with and experience the University of New Haven! While we invite you to attend one of our upcoming Open Houses on campus, we also invite you to check out our Virtual Open House platform from the comfort of your home! Learn more about your program of interest, hear from our Dean’s and faculty, and learn more about our campus offices and resources.
The campus visit is one of the most important parts of your college selection process. It is the best way for prospective students and families to become familiar with and experience the University of New Haven. We offer several different types of campus visits, each one unique and specific to your interests and time frames.
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Below you will find virtual tours of all our residence halls. You can also find additional information about each hall, including photos of each room type, here .
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Virtually explore ODU Housing and Residence Life in a fully immersive 360-degree experience.
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Experience life as an Aggie!
Aggieland has everything you need to be the best version of you. Come take a tour of our on-campus housing options and find out why thousands of students are taking advantage of this beautiful and life-changing opportunity each year. Tours are accessible to wheel chair users.
Walk-Ins are Welcome if you did not get a chance to pre-register! Please see more below on Tour times and locations.
Residence Hall Tours
Our students provide walking tours of our residence hall and apartment communities to potential Aggies, their families, and visitors. Tours are accessible to wheel chair users.
You can now register for Housing Tours NOW when creating your campus visit itinerary! Residence Hall Tours resume with the limited hours during the first week of classes. Normal hours of operation resume starting the second week of classes.
Northside Residence Hall Tours
Tours leave every hour on the hour, Monday – Friday, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., with the last tour leaving at 4 p.m. Tours leave from the Tour Desk in Hullabaloo Hall, located across the courtyard from the Starbucks. Register for a Northside campus housing tour Tours will last approximately 1 hour.
Meet at Hullabaloo Hall’s Tour Desk in Building A of the hall. Please park in the University Center Parking Garage and walk approximately 15 minutes to Hullabaloo.
Southside Residence Hall Tours
Tours leave every 30 minutes from the South Area Tour Desk in The Commons. Monday – Friday, from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m., with the last tour leaving at 4:30 p.m.
Register for a Southside on-campus housing tour Tours will last approximately 30 minutes.
Meet at the Common’s Lobby Tour Desk, which connects the four Commons Halls. Please park in the University Center Parking Garage or Central Campus Garage and walk approximately 5-10 minutes to the Commons.
White Creek Apartment Tours
Tours leave every hour on the hour, Monday – Friday, from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m., with the last tour leaving at 4 p.m. Register for a White Creek housing tour Tours will take approximately 30 minutes .
Visitors can park on the main campus and park in a public garage and take Aggie Spirit Bus #3 to White Creek stop #2.
Pay-by-the-hour parking is available across the street from White Creek Community Center in Lot 122A, located east of the White Creek Apartments complex.
The Gardens Apartments Tours
The Gardens Apartments is one of our on-campus communities available to Texas A&M University students. To schedule a tour of the Gardens Apartments, please contact the Gardens Apartments Office at 979.845.2261.
Approximately 30 minutes. Meet at the Gardens Apartments Community Center. There is 30 minute parking available at The Gardens Community Center.
Register for a LIVE Housing Presentation hosted by a Residence Life Tour Guide. Have your questions answered in real time! Virtual tours are available on Wednesdays, at 4 p.m. CST, from Aug. 23 – Nov. 29. Learn about living at the heart of the Aggie experience on this virtual tour of residences, amenities, dining options, and life on campus. We can bring the residence halls and apartments to you through our Virtual Tours on the Interactive Campus Map.
Corps Housing Tours
To schedule a tour of the Corps Halls, register for a Corps Introduction Session at tamu.edu/visitors.
Location: Hullabaloo Hall , Suite 104 Phone: 979.845.0557 Email: [email protected]
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Register for an on-campus housing tour (excludes The Gardens Apts). Call 979.845.0557 for more information.
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On Campus Housing Community To experience university life fully, nothing equals living on campus where students enjoy convenience and a sense of community. All of the on campus housing complexes are just a short walk away from classrooms, laboratories, libraries and sports facilities.
Undergraduate University Apartments
For those who prefer off campus housing, UCLA offers multiple University Apartment Complexes in Westwood Village within walking distance of campus (Gayley Court, Gayley Heights, Gayley Towers, Glenrock, Glenrock West, Landfair, Landfair Vista, Laurel Apartments, Levering Terrace, Palo Verde, Tipuana, Westwood Chateau, Westwood Palm).
Weyburn Terrace & Hilgard
UCLA's single graduate housing community includes Weyburn Terrace, a seven-building, 840-unit complex, the Paseo, a 491-unit, eight-story building, both located right in Westwood Village, and Hilgard, comprised of two complexes located on the east edge of campus.
Family & Graduate South University Apartments
UCLA apartment complexes Keystone/Mentone, Rose Avenue, University Village, and Venice/Barry are located in the Palms-Mar Vista area and especially for families, married students, graduate students and students with same-sex domestic partners.
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