As a diverse residential community, SIUE houses more than 3,500 students on campus. Our friendly, safe and modern residence halls are just the right place to begin your college experience. Residence hall living is the best way to become involved in campus activities, find support and meet lifelong friends.
Freshmen live in suite-style units in Bluff Hall, Prairie Hall, or Woodland Hall. You will share a room with one other student; Four people share a bathroom. Deluxe private bedrooms may be requested and are available on a limited basis. You can choose a general room assignment or participate in one of our Focused Interest Communities (FIC), a rare opportunity to live with or near students who have similar areas of interest of study.
These special housing options allow you to live among peers who have similar areas of interest or study. Learn more about the program or explore the links below for details on each Focused Interest Community.
|Engineering & Technology||Scholars|
|Health Professionals||Sustainability in Society|
Sophomores and above have two options for living on campus — Evergreen Hall and Cougar Village.
Evergreen Hall offers suite- and apartment-style living with the amenities of a residence hall. Living units are available in four different layouts, and most contain private bedrooms.
Cougar Village offers the advantages of living on campus with the freedom of apartment life, offering independent, traditional apartment living.
All our high-quality, welcoming residences are smoke-free and feature:
Living on campus is a convenient and affordable option for all SIUE students. Learn more about costs and how to apply.