Welcome to the residence halls at UWL! Residence Life is proud to support our 3,400 students and staff residing on campus. Take some time to look through the information about the different types of residence halls:

  • cube style
  • wing style
  • Eagle Hall suites
  • Reuter Hall apartments

Angell Hall is a cube-style hall that has 398 residents, primarily first year students. It is located on the southwest side of campus.

Coate Hall is a cube-style hall that has 396 residents, primarily first year students. It is located on the northwest side of campus.

Drake Hall is our smallest cube-style hall which has a mixture of 260 first year and upper class students. It is located centrally on campus.

Eagle Hall is a suite-style hall with 750 students. It is divided into two: Eagle Gray and Eagle Maroon. This residence hall has a limited number of first year students plus a mixture of upper class, transfer and international students. It is located on the northwest side of campus.

Affectionately known as Hutch, Hutchison Hall is a cube-style hall that has a mixture of 382 first year and upper class students. It is located on the southwest side of campus.

Laux Hall is a wing-style hall with 270 residents, primarily first year students. It is located on the northeast side of campus.

Laux Hall will be closed for renovations January 2019-August 2019.  Please visit the Laux Hall page for additional details about this project. 

Reuter Hall is an apartment-style hall that has 376 upper class students. Reuter Hall is also home to Gender Inclusive Housing. It is located on the northeast side of campus.

Sanford Hall is a wing-style hall that has a mixture of 250 first year and upper class students. The residents on the floors are mixed by gender but not within the same room. Sanford is located on the northeast side of campus.

Wentz Hall is a wing-style hall that has a mixture of 238 first year and upper class students. It is located on the southwest side of campus.

White Hall is a wing-style hall that has 220 residents, primarily first year students. It is located on the northeast side of campus.