Where do you want to live? From traditional dorms to apartment-style living, The university of Cincinnati offers housing options for every student preference and budget.

Morgens Hall: This recently renovated high-rise features 12 floors of apartment style-living, housing 456 students.

Scioto Hall (right): The newly renovated twin of Morgens Hall is open for residency with apartment-style living on 12 floors for 465 students.

Stratford Heights: This diverse student community is called home by 693 residents in coed suite-style housing spread out among 19 houses and a 152-bed Tower Hall.

Campus Recreation Center Hall: Suite-style units with 2 single bedrooms, bathroom and entry space, accommodating up to 230 students.

Calhoun Hall: A coed, 12-story hall that houses 680 students in quad, triple, double and single rooms.

Dabney Hall: This coed 5-story traditional hall accommodates up to 300 students in double and quad rooms.

Turner Hall: This hall serves 419 residents with coed suite-style accommodations. Most suites are arranged with four people sharing two double bedrooms. ADA-accessible accommodations available.

Daniels Hall: A coed 12-story traditional hall for 700 students in single, triple and quad rooms.

Schneider Hall: Suite-style accommodations for 168 residents. The hall is coed by suite, with four people each having an individual bedroom. ADA-accessible accommodations available.

Siddall Hall: A coed, 11-story traditional hall that houses 450 students in double and single rooms.

University Park Apartments: UPA houses 749 residents in an upscale apartment community, featuring 2-bedroom/2-bath doubles or 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath singles.

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