Information about living on campus
Three Great Housing Options
Fayette Campus students have three comfortable student housing options: Traditional residence hall, suite-style and apartment-style living. All are conveniently located on campus.
Garbee Hall is a traditional style residence hall and it is the primary living area for incoming freshmen students.
Accommodations encompass three South Village buildings that house about 30 students per floor.
UIU’s Fayette Campus offers an apartment building on campus called Lee Towers.
All students are required to live in University residence halls. Students who meet at least one of the criteria below may seek a waiver of the residency requirement, through which they can request to live off campus.
The following criteria are accepted when seeking a waiver of the residency requirement and requesting to live off campus: Lives in primary residence within 30 miles of the Fayette campus for two years prior to enrollment; parents’ or guardians’ names must be included in the request; Has completed at least 90 credits; Is a transfer student to UIU and has completed at least 60 credits; Married and/or has dependent children; 22 years of age or older; Military serving or (honorably discharged) Veteran.
Waivers of the housing residency requirement are available via the Residency Requirement Waiver Form. Those seeking a waiver must do so 30 days prior to the start of Session 1 or Session 3. All requests to live off-campus are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Requests in which at least one of the above criteria is not met are rarely granted.
Once a student is approved for a residency requirement waiver, it is for the remainder of their time at UIU, unless they decide to move back onto campus at some point after approval. If a student decides to live on campus, they will need to complete another waiver form for any future plans to live off campus.
Acting as the policy owner, the Assistant Vice President for Student Life is responsible for answering questions regarding the application of this policy.
Students who fail to take up residency or move off campus without permission will be assessed a financial penalty of $3,000.00 per year for the duration of the residency and an 80- commuter meal plan per semester for the duration of the residency.
Our goal is to make your dining experience the best it can be by providing quality, nutritious food in a relaxed atmosphere. Our quality, variety, convenience and flexibility all help to make your dining experience what you need – unique just like you!
Parking on Campus
All students of the Upper Iowa University Fayette Campus are required to register their vehicle(s) with the Campus Safety and Security Office in order to use University parking lots.
Safety on Campus
We care about your safety on campus. This page has everything you need to know regarding campus security, emergency phone numbers, emergency procedures, incident reporting and personal safety recommendations.
North Area Residents
Residence Area Coordinator
Office: Garbee Hall
South Village Residents
Residence Area Coordinator
Office: South Village I