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UW Colleges Campuses with Housing

UW-Baraboo/Sauk County

The Fighting Spirits Villas, located on campus, are furnished 4-bedroom, 2-bath apartment units.

Amenities include: suite-mate matching program, study room, social room, 24-hour fitness center, on-site laundry facility, monthly resident events, state-of-the-art security system, secure entry and 24-hour emergency phone line.

The Villas offer a payment plan of 10, equal installments of $480, due on the first of each month.


$2,400 per semester, $4,800 per academic year


On-site professional management

UW-Eau Claire – Barron County

Glenwood Commons is a privately owned and operated residence for students attending UW-Eau Claire – Barron County and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College.

Located on South Street, in easy walking distance to both campuses, this facility offers 24 spacious apartments with four single bedrooms in each unit.

Furnished and unfurnished apartments are available.


$350/month (unfurnished); $400/month (furnished)


On-site Manager and Student Resident Assistants.

UW-Fond du Lac

Located within steps of UW-Fond du Lac, Vue Campus Student Living is a privately managed student apartment community serving the students of UW-Fond du Lac and other surrounding schools.

All apartments come fully furnished, and property amenities include study rooms, high-speed Internet, a fitness center and some great outdoor spaces to lounge and cookout.


Information coming soon!


On-site Resident Assistants (RAs)

UW-Fox Valley

The Fox Village apartments offer students a host of amenities, intelligently-designed floor plans and convenient access to campus. Each four-bedroom apartment provides plenty of privacy without sacrificing the fun of being part of the campus community.

Located within walking distance of campus (less than 1/2 mile).


$2,600-$3,400 per semester


On-site Resident Assistants (RAs)

UW-Marathon County

Marathon Hall holds 162 students in double rooms. Kitchen facilities are available, along with a shared laundry, quiet study lounge, TV lounge, computer lab and game room.

A full cafeteria in the main campus building offers several meal plan options. Marathon Hall has educational and social programs and opportunities for student employment.


$4,982-$5,334 (full-year including meal plan)


On-site Residence Hall Director and six Community Advisors


North Aire student apartments are within walking distance of the main campus and directly across the street from the Field House on University Drive. There are one and two bedroom partially-furnished units with shared laundry facilities, basic cable, internet access and utilities included.


$2,008-$4,222/semester (utilities, basic cable and basic internet services included)


On-site University Housing Director & Community Assistant

UW-Marshfield/Wood County

Marauder Villas, located across from campus, are 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom suites with kitchens.  Units are fully-furnished.

The Villas feature a study room, social room, 24-hour fitness center, laundry facility, bi-monthly resident events, state-of-the-art security system, secure entry and a 24-hour emergency phone line.

The Villas offer a payment plan of 10, equal installments of $490, due on the first of each month.


$2,450 per semester, $4,900 per academic year, excluding meal plan.


On-site professional management, Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m; 2 Resident Assistants


Campus View Student Housing is located across the road from UW–Richland. Students may opt for a two-person furnished dorm room with community living areas or a suite. Housing for up to 146 students is available. Meal plans are available at the Roadrunner Café. Symons Recreation facility is located across the street.




On-site professional management Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., one Hall director and six Resident Life Advisers on duty from 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.

Alternative Student Housing

UW-Manitowoc, UW-Sheboygan, UW-Washington County and UW–Waukesha currently do not own or operate on-campus residence hall facilities. While many of their students live at home and commute, there are also a number of students who reside in locally-owned apartments or houses.

Students interested in exploring local housing options are encouraged to view housing listings in the classified sections of local newspapers or visit a local housing website such as those listed below.

UW-Washington County


UW-Rock County

Proposal in progress