Where are you living next year? Stay with us!

Explore what it means to be a resident of Beaver Nation beyond your first year of college. You'll find campus living designed with you in mind.  

Reasons to live on campus

Second-year and above communities

Contract details

The application for the 2024-25 academic year is open now. 

Reasons to live on campus


Returning on-campus residents eligible to save $1,200
Get a $1,200/year ($400/term) discount on your residence hall room rate for the 2024-25 academic year.


Communities for second-year and above students
Returning students have access to wings, floors and entire residence halls set aside for students beyond their first year of college. 


Choose your roomies and your space on campus
Apply by the priority deadline and you can choose your own roommate/suitemates and select your own space on campus.


Campus resources just steps away
Stay close to the fun and support Beaver Nation has to offer -- classes, study groups, Dixon Rec, Valley Library, clubs, events and more.


Amenities included
Rates include laundry, internet, utilities, cleaning for community restrooms and common areas, free streaming for Pac-12 sports, movies and TV.


Expanded dining plan options
Dining Plan 5 is a smaller plan available only to returning campus residents. It may be a good fit for you if you want to cook more of your own meals, or expect to begin the year with a large rollover balance.


One bill in one place
Living on campus means only one bill, and no required security deposits or credit checks.


Flexible contracts with no subleasing worries
Students moving out for OSU-sponsored or affiliated academic opportunities can cancel their UHDS contract with no penalty.


Security and support
Professional staff reside in our buildings, and buildings are locked 24/7 for student safety. UHDS staff are there to help students manage the stresses of college life.

Find your community

Apartments, rooms and suites

Second-year and above students are eligible for apartment-style options that aren't available to first-year students. Check out the list of communities below to see the range of possibilities you could call home next year. If you would like to live in an on-campus community outside of the halls listed below, email UHDS for individual assistance.

Select your own space

During the application phase students can select their own on-campus space and can select roommates and suitemates of any gender identity prior to signing the contract.

Halsell Hall

Apartment-style suites
  • Gender-inclusive community; you may have roommates and suitemates of any gender identity
  • In-suite bathroom, furnished living room, and kitchenette
  • Extra microfridge in every bedroom within the suite
  • More about Halsell
Halsell suite options
  • Four bedroom (five person): three single bedrooms, one double bedroom
  • Two bedroom (five person): one double bedroom, one triple bedroom
  • Additionally, Halsell has a few four-person suites (limited availability of this suite type)

Halsell floor plans

Halsell Hall apartment living roomwatch the video tour to see features like the kitchenette and in-suite bathroom.

Tebeau Hall microfridge and vanity area; watch the 360 video to see a full suite.

Tebeau Hall, fifth floor

Three-bedroom suites

  • Gender-inclusive community; you may have roommates and suitemates of any gender identity
  • In-suite bathroom and double vanity
  • One microfridge in each suite; full kitchens for residents on every floor
  • More about Tebeau
Tebeau suite options
  • three bedroom (six person): three double bedrooms
  • three bedroom (five person): one single bedroom, two double bedrooms (limited availability of this suite type)

Tebeau floor plan

Hawley & Buxton, first floor

Community for second-year and above engineering students

  • Single and double room options
  • Large kitchen and lounge just for second-year and above students
  • Single-user restrooms on the first floor
  • More about Hawley & Buxton
Hawley + Buxton room options
  • double rooms
  • single rooms

Hawley + Buxton sample floor plan

First floor community kitchen in Buxton Hall; watch our 360 video tour to see what the floor offers, including the community kitchen and lounge space, along with a sample single room.

International Living-Learning Center building; watch the 360 video tour to see a sample suite in the ILLC.

International Living-Learning Center, fifth floor

Suite-style rooms

ILLC room options

ILLC sample floor plan

Bloss Hall, seventh floor

Two-bedroom suites

  • Full remodel of the first-floor common areas including new community kitchen, renovated restroom and updates to the first-floor lounges, as well as a full building sprinkler system completed in summer 2023
  • Suite-style rooms with in-suite vanity
  • Semi-private bathrooms attached to each room
  • More about Bloss
Bloss room options
  • double rooms
  • single rooms (limited availability)

Bloss floor plan

Bloss Hall double suite: watch the 360 video tour to see a sample suite in Bloss.

Callahan Hall, fourth floor

Double and triple room options

  • Recently remodeled kitchen on the fourth floor that includes a refrigerator, microwave, cooktop and oven
  • Multi-user
  • More about Callahan
Callahan room options
  • double rooms
  • triple rooms

Callahan floor plan

Additional communities
  • Spaces available in wings, floors and buildings not set aside for second-year and above students
  • Multiple room types available in halls across campus
  • Communities centered around academic interests and shared identities (Explore Living-Learning Communities and Special Interest Communities)
  • If you wish to select a room that is not in a designated second-year and above community, contact our office.

Considering apartment living? 1045 SW Madison Ave. will be OSU’s newest on-campus housing

  • Due to be completed summer 2024; waitlist for fall 2024
  • Furnished studio and two-bedroom apartment-style suites
  • High-speed internet and utilities included
  • On-site laundry, community spaces
  • More about 1045 SW Madison Ave.
  • Add yourself to the waiting list via the housing portal beginning Feb. 1, 2024
  • Please note: Benefits such as the $1,200 returning resident discount and dining plan eligibility do not apply to 1045 SW Madison Ave.

Or call the Gem apartments home – just across Monroe Street

  • Furnished studio and one-bedroom apartments
  • High-speed internet and utilities included
  • On-site laundry, lounge spaces
  • More about The Gem
  • Add yourself to The Gem waiting list today via the housing portal
  • Want to learn more? Contact our office.
  • Please note: Benefits such as the $1,200 returning resident discount and dining plan eligibility do not apply to The Gem


Contract details for residence halls

Contract & contract fee

In addition to submitting a residence hall housing application, students must sign a 2024-25 Room & Dining contract. The contract will be available after selecting a room, and is required to secure a space on campus.

  • Please review application dates for current students to learn more about your application and contract signing timeline and how it may determine your room selection/assignment.
  • A $50 contract fee will be charged to your student account after you sign the contract.
  • The deadline to cancel your contract with no cancellation fee is May 31, 2024.


Discount details

The $1,200 room rate discount is available only to students who lived in a residence hall during the 2023-24 academic year. This discount will be applied to student accounts once per academic term in the amount of $400. If a student moves out of the halls mid-term/year and breaks their contract this discount is forfeited.

Transfer students from other institutions,  new students and students applying to the Gem or 1045 SW Madison Ave. are not eligible for the returning resident discount. 


Dining Plan 5

Dining Plan 5 is available only to returning on-campus residents. This dining plan is $2,280/year ($760/term) for the 2023-24 academic year (2024-25 dining plan rates will be released in spring 2024). In addition, students living on campus continue to receive discounts on purchases made with their dining plan, and can continue to spend any rollover balance they have remaining from the previous year. Dining plans are not available to residents of the Gem or 1045 SW Madison Ave.