June 18-23, 2017 | Housing
5 Night Option (June 18-23) with no meals = $146.25 per person double occupancy. If you want to include meals add $75.00 (5 breakfasts and 4 dinners)
7 Night Option (June 18-25) with no meals = $204.75 per person double occupancy. If you want to include meals add $110.00 (7 breakfasts and 6 dinners)
Cravens Hall is a community of approximately 200 male and female students, the majority of which are freshman. It is the oldest residence hall on campus. Residents of Cravens frequently gather for movie nights and study sessions, and one former resident fondly remembers Cravens Hall as the “friendliest hall on campus.”
Cravens Hall Profile:
Indy’s largest residence hall, Warren Hall is always full of activity. 252 female and male students reside in separate wings and live two to a room. Most students in Warren Hall are freshman, making it easy to share first-year experiences together and to create new friendships away from home.
Warren Hall Profile:
Cory Bretz Hall
Cory Bretz Hall is situated on the north side of campus, houses 236 female and male students in separate wings on three floors. The spacious first floor lobby is a hub for pool tournaments, video game challenges on the big screen television, and plenty of room to study and hang out.
Cory Bretz Hall Profile:
Enjoy the great amenities of UIndy’s newest residence hall! Roberts Hall, located between Warren and Cravens, has a fitness center, grand lobbies, recreational space and kitchens. Residents can live in either single- or double-occupancy rooms. Roberts Hall is completely handicap accessible and houses approximately 165 upperclass students (sophomores-seniors).
Roberts Hall Profile:
Central Hall is a co-ed dorm that offers suite-style living for its 248 residents. Residents are able to furnish the living area that is shared between the two bedroom suites, and each bedroom has a private bathroom. Central Hall also has a floor specifically for honors students and is fully accessible to the physically challenged.
Central Hall Profile:
Crowe Hall (Formerly New Hall)
In Crowe Hall, residents enjoy the college “family” experience. Most rooms are situated in quads and share a common living area that creates a “homey” environment for the eight students in each quad. The hall houses 154 males and females in separate wings, and each person shares a bedroom with a roommate.
Crowe Hall Profile: