The University of Findlay offers a lot of different choices for on-campus accommodations.
Students are guaranteed on-campus housing for their freshmen and sophomore years. Watch the video below to find out what it is like to live on campus at UF.
The University has eight, traditional residence halls. The halls offer different living options for students including:
- Co-ed by floor
- All female
- Double occupancy and single occupancy rooms
Our residence halls are designed for freshmen to help them form friendships with other new students and provide an environment of study that will enable them to have a successful college experience.
Available to upperclassmen or
transfer students, these apartment-style residents are either single or
double occupancy. The cottages are either studio, one-bedroom or
two-bedroom units. Each unit includes a living room, kitchen facilities
and a washer and dryer.
Special Interest Housing
Another unique housing option that The University of Findlay offers to
students are the special-interest and group houses. These single-family
homes are all located within walking distance of campus and give
students the option to live with students who share interests similar to
There are a variety of established theme houses as
well as houses that allow students to choose to identify their own group
of friends to live with in a house. The theme houses include:
- Men's Houses
- Women's Houses
- Honors House
- Pre-Vet/Equestrian Studies
- International House
- UJIMA House
The University of Findlay has two national sororities and two national fraternities.
The four Greek chapters each have a house available only to their members to live in.
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