What’s it like to live on campus? It means being in the center of everything—classes, food, study spots, student resources, athletic events and social happenings—all within walking distance. Living on campus also provides you with endless opportunities to get involved in student activities and succeed academically. At UCF, the on-campus living experience truly makes a big difference.
If you’d like to live in one of our on-campus communities, you should apply for housing as soon as you’re offered admission to UCF. There’s not enough space for everyone who would like to live here, so it’s important to apply as early as possible.
You can choose to live in traditional suite-style housing for the academic year (fall and spring only) or you can select a more upscale apartment that is open all year (fall, spring and summer semesters). We also have apartments for hospitality majors at our Rosen campus.
Before you even move in, you’ll have tons of support from our Housing and Residence Life staff. We’re specially trained and ready to help answer all of your questions. Feel free to call, email, message us on social media or drop by a community center or the Housing Administration Building in person. Just don’t forget—you can’t live on campus if you don’t apply for housing.
A Living Learning Community is a group of students placed together on a floor or within a building based on a common major, common interest, or common program affiliation. Being a part of a Living Learning Community has a number of different perks.
We offer tours daily, Monday-Friday at 12pm and at 4pm (excluding holidays). Tours start from the lobby of the Recreation and Wellness Center located next to the Leisure Pool and across the street from Parking Garage B.