Living on campus is the key to a great start at The University of Alabama. Residential living puts you at the heart of campus life, where you will interact with a diverse community of people.

It is our mission to provide a holistic living environment that promotes belonging and learning.

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Access myHousing Portal

View/edit your housing application, view your roommate info, and more!
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Submit a Work Order

Having facility related issues? Learn about the next steps to submit a work order and have our facilities staff address your issue.
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Freshman 2024-25 Application

The 2024-2025 housing application for incoming freshmen opened Monday, October 2, 2023, at 9 a.m. In order to apply for housing as an incoming freshman, a student must be admitted to the University and pay the freshman enrollment deposit.
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Living-Learning Communities

Living-Learning Communities create a sense of community and support academic and social success. Find out about different communities.
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Call the Area Desk!

After business hours, the desk can get you connected to an RA on call as needed. You should start with your 24-hour area desk if you are locked out, have a facilities emergency, or need help with other housing-related situations.

Room Selection Update May 23

The following types of space are available at the beginning on room selection for May 23:
  • Honors: Ridgecrest South Tower full; open suites in Ridgecrest North and West
  • Tutwiler and England: open double rooms (Tut. limited empty rooms)
  • Burke, Paty and Parham: open double rooms
  • Highlands: No open apartments, but room for pairs
  • Bryant, Pres 1 and 2 full
  • Suite space for females:
  • Riverside and Lakeside: very lim. individual spaces
  • Ridgecrest East: no empty suites, only spaces for 1 or 2 in some suites
  • Non-Honors suite space for males: full in all buildings