Please review our room rates listed below. It is important to compare the costs of our residence halls and see how different living environments compare with each other. For a list of accommodations within each hall, please visit the Residence halls section of our website.

2022-23 Residence Hall Rates

The room rates for the upcoming academic year will be reviewed during the summer by the Board of Regents before they receive final approval.

Residence Hall

Style

Semester

Year

Angell Hall

Cube

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Coate Hall

Cube

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Drake Hall

Cube

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Eagle Hall - Gray*

Suite

$2,520.00

$5,040.00

Eagle Hall - Maroon*

Suite

$2520.00

$5,040.00

Hutchison Hall

Cube

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Laux Hall

Wing

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Reuter Hall

Apartment

$3,234.50

$6,469.00

Sanford Hall

Wing

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

Wentz Hall

Wing

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

White Hall

Wing

$2,116.50

$4,233.00

*In the event that campus housing occupancy is low, Eagle Hall rooms will be converted to double rooms. Students who live in an Eagle room with one other will have their normal room rate increased by $200 per semester.

Residence Hall and Room Styles

Cube, Wing, and Traditional Halls expanding section

To help with your comparison, please review these Residence Hall type descriptions. For more detailed descriptions, please visit The Residence Halls section of our website.

What is a cube?

Cube buildings are comprised of two or three, four-story, cube-shaped buildings, interconnected by hallways between the cubes. Resident rooms comprise the outside walls of the structure and surround a common stairwell and shared bathroom space. Cube Diagram

What is a wing?

Wing residence halls have long running hallways with student rooms on either side.

What does traditional mean?

Traditional means students live in standard double rooms in a living community sharing a common, large-bathroom facility.

 

Traditional Double expanding section

What is a traditional double?

Traditional Doubles are two-person rooms in all halls except Eagle and Reuter Halls.
Traditional Triple expanding section

Traditional Triples are three-person, corner rooms in our cube halls: Angell, Coate, Drake and Hutchison Halls.

Eagle Suites expanding section

What is an Eagle triple?

An Eagle triple is a 3-person room sharing a bathroom with the adjoining 3-person room.

What is an Eagle double-single?

An Eagle double-single is a 2-person room that shares a bathroom with the adjoining 1-person student staff room (RA). Any student can be assigned to this room type, however a student may be asked to move if another student requires the room for a medical accommodation. There is only one Eagle double-single per community.

Reuter Apartments expanding section

What is a Reuter apartment?

Reuter Apartment is a 1-person bedroom in an apartment with 3 other single bedrooms. The apartment features a common living room, kitchen, and bathroom for the 4 roommates. The image to the right is an example of one of 11 floor plans available in Reuter Hall.
Extended housing: Three-person Double expanding section

Three-person double rooms

Three-person double rooms are a limited number of extended housing rooms available in all halls except Eagle and Reuter Halls. These traditional double space rooms have been converted to accommodate three students. These rooms have a reduced housing rate of $400 per semester. 
 

If you have further questions regarding this housing option, please contact the Office of Residence Life at housing@uwlax.edu or 608.785.8075.

Traditional double

Three-person double room

Extended Housing: Four-person Quad expanding section

Quads are a limited number of extended housing spaces accommodating four students available in Laux, Sanford, Wentz and White Halls. Quads are large rooms similar to the size of two regular double occupancy rooms or larger (size: approximately 30’ long x 12’ wide x 8’ high).