Overview

Living on campus not only is convenient and affordable, it's a great way to find a home within the university community.

 
Apply for Employee, Family and Graduate Housing

Download the EFG application. Experience all that campus has to offer. Live on campus!

 
Exception to Housing Policy

Exception to policy requests are evaluated based on individual circumstances and must be accompanied by appropriate documentation.

 
Community Center Reservation Form

Looking to host an event? Download and complete our Hess Village Community Center Reservation Form.

 
Animal Policy

Pets are welcome in campus employee, faculty and graduate residence facilities in compliance with policies and procedures established by Residence Life. Appropriate fees and deposits will be applicable.

 
Conviction Disclosure

You are required to sign and return this form even if you answer 'No' to all questions.

 
FERPA Release Form

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) requires an authorization form for the release of student information.

 
Make a Maintenance Request

Washer or dryer not working? Sink clogged? Fill out our online form to place a work order.

 
30-Day Move-Out Form

To move-out of your apartment please download the form then submit the 30-Day move out notice.

Academic Success
According to research, on-campus students do better academically than their peers who live off-campus. Nationally, as well as at UAF, students who live on campus persist in school and have a higher graduation rate than those who do not. On-campus students find it easier to take advantage of academic assistance services and also get increased motivation by working alongside their peers.

Safety and Security
Residence halls are locked 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Residents are issued a Polar Express card, which grants them entrance to their residence hall. Guests and visitors must be escorted at all times. Exterior entrances to halls are checked nightly by Security Officers. Professional Staff live in each building and Resident Assistants are on duty each night. Safety Awareness Programs and evacuation drills occur each semester.

Convenient
Students are within walking distance of classrooms, Rasmuson Library, Wood Center Student Union, Dine49 Cafeteria, and the Student Recreation Center.

All-Inclusive Cost
Living on campus is often more economical than living off campus. There is no worry about monthly bills - students pay only once a semester! Services such as high-speed internet, water, and electricity are included in this total cost.

Caring Staff
Caring, trained, and professional staff care about each student's experience at UAF. Staff also provide resources, support, and programming to enhance the student experience.

Leadership Development
Beginning in their freshman year, many students build their resume by working for Residence Life or other campus departments. Students learn problem-solving skills and sustainable practices to follow as they are encouraged to take personal responsibility for their community.

Connections
On-campus students get the opportunity to interact on a deeper level with a diverse group of their peers, forming friendships and memories that last a lifetime.

Frequently Asked Family, Employee, Graduate Housing Questions

Residence Life offers efficiency apartments, 1-2-3 bedroom apartments,1-2-3 bedroom triplexes, and 2 bedroom duplexes. Please contact the Department of Residence Life Central Office to find out what units are available at the time of your application.

Yes, when you apply, you are automatically placed on the waiting list for all the units you requested on your application. You can also stay on the waiting list until your preferred unit becomes available. You will receive an email with your wait list status. If you are a current EFG Housing resident and you'd like to be placed on the wait list for a different unit, you will need to complete a new housing application.

Yes, your residence hall deposit is transferable. The single student deposit is $315 and the EFG Housing deposit is $600. If you transfer your residence hall deposit, you need to pay an additional $285 for your deposit.

Yes, all units have assigned parking spaces unless you are in a Chandalar or Hess Village graduate apartment. Please note that parking is limited and you may have to park in guest parking if you have not purchased the assigned spot.

Rent is due on the 1st of each month. Late fees are applied beginning the 6th of each month.

Utilities such as heat, water, trash disposal, electricity, and wifi are included in billing.

Certain types of pets are permitted including fish, small caged animals, dogs, and cats. Residents are limited to types and numbers of pets depending on the unit. Detailed information about pet policies can be found on the Family, Employee, Graduate, and Non-Traditional Student Housing Application. All pets must be registered with the Department of Residence Life.

All apartments are furnished. Furnishings vary from unit to unit, but you can expect a sofa, arm chair, dining table with four chairs, bedroom dresser, a desk and chair, coffee table, and end tables.

Yes, as long as you are financially interdependent. If you are unmarried, submit a completed and notarized Financial Interdependence Form with your application.