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Students who attend classes the previous spring semester and have a housing contract for the fall semester may live on campus during the summer without being enrolled in a class. Otherwise, you must be enrolled for a minimum of one course during the summer semester. Evergreen Hall and Cougar Village apartments are open for summer housing residents. Current University Housing residents can apply for summer housing when going through the reservation process and do not need to complete a new housing application. Non-housing residents can apply for summer housing at siue.edu/housing/apply/.
The links below can help you find accommodations in the Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, and surrounding areas. This site is not comprehensive and may not include all rental properties in the area.
The Off-Campus Housing site features a roommate search. Post your profile and search for potential roommates based on gender, cleanliness, social habits, and more. If you already have a place to live, you also can post property details to show your apartment or house to potential roommates.
If you are a landlord or property manager and would like us to add your information to our website, please contact Customer Service at (877) 895-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the off-campus housing link below.
Accommodations at the Residence Halls
Each residence hall can house about 500. Each building is divided into 11 wings on three levels. Resident rooms are arranged by suites with two rooms sharing a bathroom. Each wing has a social lounge and a study lounge.
The building has a computer lab, vending area, laundry, and meeting rooms. The entrance to guest rooms is monitored by staff 24 hours per day. Overnight parking is available for use by conference guests with permits.
For more information or to schedule conference housing, please contact Rex Jackson, Assistant Director of Residence Life at (618) 650-4654 or email@example.com.
Approximately 100 families reside in two- and three-bedroom apartments at Cougar Village. Apartments are available both furnished and unfurnished. Students, faculty or staff must show proof of marriage, civil union legally recognized in Illinois or domestic partnership to live in Family Housing. Visit the family housing webpage for more information.
SIUE houses about 100 families in the Family Housing area of Cougar Village Apartments. For students, faculty or staff to live in Family Housing, they must show proof of marriage, civil union legally recognized in Illinois or domestic partnership as stated below.
To qualify for Domestic Partnership Housing, two persons (one must be either SIUE student/faculty/staff) need to be in accordance with the following criteria:
If you and your partner meet the above criteria and are interested in domestic partnership housing, complete the family housing application, domestic partnership statement, and turn in required supporting documents to the Central Housing Office. Please contact the Central Housing Office at (618) 650‑3931 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions.
A transgender student looking for a supportive living arrangement in University Housing should contact the Central Housing Office at (618) 650‑0546 email@example.com. Because of limitations in available housing options, there is no guarantee that all the student’s preferences can be met, but we are committed to working with the student to find the best possibler accommodations.
Housing assignments for transgender students are guided by the following values:
Statement on Diversity
University Housing is committed to engaging students in educational experiences in an open, civil, and respectful climate that will prepare them for global citizenship and lifelong learning.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does transgender mean?
The Transgender Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) defines transgender “ ... as an umbrella term encompassing: pre-operative, post-operative, and non-operative transsexual people; cross-dressers; feminine men and masculine women; and more generally, anyone whose gender identity or expression differs from conventional expectations of masculinity or femininity.”
What is gender identity?
Gender identity describes the gender with which a person identifies (e.g. whether one uses man, woman, or more individualized terminology to describe oneself). It is often referred to as an individual’s internal or psychological sense of gender. Gender identity may or may not differ from one's legal sex which is assigned at birth based on biological characteristics. Gender expression refers to the way persons feel most comfortable expressing gender identity, often made socially visible through behavior, language, and clothing.
Gender-inclusive housing is housing in which members of the opposite gender live together in a living unit/apartment. This option is offered only to upper-class students. If you are interested in gender-inclusive housing, please contact the Central Housing Office at (618) 650‑3931 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and availability.
University Housing has numerous leadership opportunities. From Area Council to NRHH, our staff takes the opportunity to get to know and understand the strengths of each resident.