Auburn University Housing offers on-campus housing accommodations for undergraduate students in five residential communities consisting of a total of 29 residence halls. Additionally, Auburn University Housing also offers returning residents the opportunity to live at 160 Ross. The University does not offer on-campus housing accommodations for graduate students. All residence halls offer a variety of amenities and are within walking distance to classes, dining locations, recreational areas, laundry facilities, mailrooms and the library.
Residence halls in the Hill and Quad communities are suite style: two students share a room that is connected by a bathroom to another room shared by two students. In Cambridge, two students share a room and have a private bathroom attached. The Village community residence halls are primarily configured in four bedroom, two bath units: four students each have their own bedroom and share a bathroom with the roommate on their side of the suite. The Village also features a kitchenette and common space shared by all four students. South Donahue Hall features two bedroom, two bath units that share a common area and kitchenette. Housing for students with disabilities is available in all residential areas.
Apartment units at 160 Ross come fully furnished and are either four bedroom and four bath or two bedroom and two bath. Additionally, the complex offers a variety of amenities including a state-of-the-art fitness center, direct tiger transit route from 160 Ross to campus, a 24-hour academic success center with iMacs, and an outdoor community area with a pool and hot tub.
University Housing hosts several special interest communities across campus. Honors College members can request to live with other members in Honors College halls in the Quad and Village. Residential Learning Communities based off of similar interests or academics are located in the Quad and Village. Panhellenic sororities on campus can live on their sorority specific hall located in the Village. For more details on special interest communities, floor plans, rental rates, and amenities, please visit the University Housing website at www.auburn.edu/housing.
Each residence hall is staffed by undergraduate student, graduate student, and professional staff members who oversee the daily operations of the residence hall and foster communities that are engaging, supportive and inclusive. Undergraduate Resident Assistants (RAs) provide social and educational programs for residents that are designed to engage students, advance learning, encourage leadership and prepare students for future success. RAs are directly supervised by our Graduate Area Coordinators (GACs). In addition, residents may participate in social programs provided by professional staff members or our department as a whole. All hall staff members are trained and supervised by full-time Residence Life professional staff members. AUH staff also ensure resident compliance with any department, university, and community rules and regulations.
Admission to Auburn University does not automatically include a room reservation, and first-year students are not guaranteed housing. Priority for housing requests is generally based upon the date the application is received. A $100 non-refundable application fee and a $250 non-refundable pre-payment are required with the housing application.
Telephone: (334) 844-4580
Location: Burton Hall
Auburn University has partnered with Off Campus Partners to provide off-campus housing resources. Students can go to auburn.offcampuspartners.com to browse and view apartments, condos, townhouses and homes that are available to rent in the greater Auburn-Opelika community. Users can also use the off-campus housing site to find a roommate, ride share or buy and sell furniture and textbooks.