Welcome to Housing & Residential Life – on campus housing at the University of Arizona. Approximately 8,000 students – more than 7,600 undergrads and 300 grads – live in our 23 dorms and one graduate housing apartment complex, La Aldea.
Our dorms range in style (from historic to modern) and size (from small to large). Several dorms have Living Learning Communities for students looking to live with others who share similar identities or academic interests and goals.
While the University of Arizona does not require students to live on campus, it is expected. More than 70% of incoming first-year students choose to live on campus to help their transition to university life.
Your dorm is your community. We have live-in staff, Community Directors (CDs) and Resident Assistants (RAs), whose mission is to create environments where you can hang-out, sleep, study and build friendships.
And with dorms located across campus, you can easily walk or bike for a meal, the Rec Center to work out... and, of course, to class!
Annual Report | 2018-19
End of Year Sustainability Report | 2018-19
Helping Students Build a Foundation for Success
If you have questions about housing or would like more information, contact us at (520) 621-6501 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate to the Dorm Scholarship/Stipend Fund
Help low-income and first-generation students have the opportunity to live on campus.
This new fund will help support low-income and first-generation students who apply and are selected by paying for half a student’s dorm rent for the entire year. Any amount is appreciated. Thank you for your generosity!
There are two ways to donate:
1. Donate online at at bit.ly/dorm-fund
2. Mail a check, payable to the UA Foundation with our account info on it (Dorm Stipend Fund, Account #20-10-3106) to
The University of Arizona Foundation
PO Box 210109 Tucson, AZ
We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples. Today, Arizona is home to 22 federally recognized tribes, with Tucson being home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University strives to build sustainable relationships with sovereign Native Nations and Indigenous communities through education offerings, partnerships, and community service.