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1) Allen Hall (Co-Ed)

An addition to the back of the Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall (LAR), Allen hall was built in 1958 and was originally all female, however it has since been converted to co-ed living. Allen is also home of “Unit One”, one of the living-learning community programs in University Housing.

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2) Busey-Evan (Women’s)

Busey Hall was the first residence hall built by the University, with its cornerstone laid on Saturday, October 21, 1916. Evans Hall was added in 1924-26. These halls are female-only and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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3) Florida Avenue Residence Halls (Co-Ed)

 

FAR was completed in September 1966, FAR consists of Oglesby Hall and Trelease Hall. This complex is open to both men and women. FAR is home to the Health Professions Living Learning Community as well as the Women in Math, Science, and Engineering Community.

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4) Ikenberry North Halls 

A) Barton and Lundgren

Barton and Lundgren opened in 1941 while Hopkins was built in 1958 (Weston was built at an unknown time).

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B) Hopkins Hall (Co-Ed)

Hopkins is home to the LEADS Living Learning Community and Weston is home to the Weston Exploration Living Learning Community.

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C) Nugent Hall (Co-Ed)

One of the newest residence halls, Nugent is part of the Ikenberry Commons North community. This LEED certified hall houses mostly upper-division undergraduates, and the first floor is home to the Beckwith Residential Support Services program for students with severe physical disabilities. Starting in fall 2016, Nugent floors 3 and 4 will be home to the new Honors Living-Learning Community.

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D) Weston Hall (Co-Ed)

Weston Hall, home to Weston Exploration LLC, is a place where students can explore interests and skills related to different academic majors and career possibilities.

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E) Wassaja Hall (Co-Ed)

Part of the Ikenberry Commons North area, Wassaja Hall offers spacious air-conditioned double rooms clustered into small communities with private individual-use bathrooms (including two clusters designated as gender-inclusive). Our newest hall on campus, the building meets LEED Gold certification standards for environmental sustainability.

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5) Ikenberry South Halls 

A) Bousfield Hall (Co-Ed)

Part of the Ikenberry Commons South area, Bousfield is a hall of upper-division undergraduate students. One of the newest halls on campus, this LEED Platinum certified building offers double rooms, singles, and suite-style living (including gender-inclusive options).

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B) Scott Hall (Co-Ed)

A part of the Ikenberry Commons South neighborhood, Scott Hall is located across the street from the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) and a short walk to Memorial Stadium. Scott is home to the Transfer Cluster, a community focused on the interests and needs of transfer students to assist their transition to Illinois (floors 3 and 4).

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C) Snyder Hall (Co-Ed)

Located in the Ikenberry Commons South area, Snyder Hall is home to the Substance-Free Community. Known for its close-knit community and traditions, such as the annual Dial-A-Carol event, Snyder is a short walk to the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) and Memorial Stadium. Snyder is a good choice for students who wish to stay in their own rooms over fall and spring break (note that break periods are an additional charge).

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D) Taft-Van Doren Hall (Co-Ed)

Part of the Ikenberry South Commons area, Taft and Van Doren are a community of mostly first-year students. Located across the street from the Art & Design Building and Krannert Art Museum, the halls are also close to the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) and Memorial Stadium.

6) Illinois Street Residence Halls

Townsend and Wardall make up the Illinois Street Residence Halls (ISR). Located near the Engineering Quad, these air-conditioned halls are a good choice for students who wish to stay in their own rooms over break periods (note that break periods are an additional charge). Wardall is home to the Innovation LLC Living-Learning Community (floors 5-8).

7) Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall

Shelden and Leonard make up the the Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls (LAR). LAR offers spacious rooms and a dynamic community that includes the Sustainability Living-Learning Community (floors 2-3 in Shelden) and the Scholars Community (two floors in Leonard).

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8) Pennsylvania Residence Hall

Babcock, Carr, Blaisdell, and Saunders make up the Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Halls (PAR). Living-Learning Communities here include Intersections (Babcock floors 1-2), and Global Crossroads (Saunders, floors 2-3). PAR is a good choice for students who wish to stay in their own rooms over break periods (note that break periods are an additional charge except for Global Crossroads residents).

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