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Welcome to The Residence Halls at UWL! The Office of Residence Life is proud to support our 3,500+ students and staff residing on campus. Take some time and browse through the halls by clicking on their picture or by using the side navigation menu. Each has their own selling points, things to be aware of, and we know you will find one that fits your needs!

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

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

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

Eagle Hall is a suite-style hall. It is divided into two: Eagle Gray and Eagle Maroon. Eagle has a mixture of 750 first year students, upperclass students, and international students. It is located on the northwest side of campus.

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

Laux Hall is a community of first year students. It is a traditional wing-style hall that has 270 residents. It is located on the northeast side of campus.

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

Sanford Hall is a traditional wing-style hall that has 250 residents on floors that are mixed by gender but not within the same room. It is located on the northeast side of campus.

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

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