We have what you need to succeed!
Whether you are in a campus apartment or one of the residence hall suites, you will have all you need to succeed. Housing offers both same gender and gender inclusive room assignments. All rooms are furnished and are equipped with wired and wireless Internet access. Utilities are included in your housing rate. All campus communities have laundry facilities for student use and parking near where you live.
To view where our housing communities are located, check out the campus map.
For more information about our housing communities and services, read our 2020-2021 Housing and Residence Life/Food Services booklet.
While the campus is closed due to COVID-19, there will not be housing tours. Please click on the links to the left for photos of our rooms (Apartment Amenities or Residence Hall Amenities) or click on the link below to view our virtual tour.
Take a tour and get an inside look at our housing options. There is a show apartment in Hanly (McDonald West) and a show room in Newman Hall. No appointment is necessary, however, calling ahead allows staff to ensure someone is available to conduct the tour. To schedule a tour, stop by the housing office or call 812-468-2000 and let our front desk staff know you would like a tour.
Campus apartments are available for all students with the exception of students with families and married students. Each apartment comes fully furnished and has a full-sized living room and kitchen. The campus apartments are located within walking distance of the academic buildings for an added degree of convenience.
Apartment areas are O'Daniel North, O'Daniel South, McDonald East, and McDonald West.
There are apartment buildings in McDonald West that are designated as freshmen only. They are conveniently located next to the Residence Life Community Center.
Residence halls are designed as suites that combine the benefits of traditional residence hall living with popular apartment-style housing and include two-bedrooms and two bathrooms for four students. Residence halls are available to freshmen students only. Residence halls are Newman, Governors, O'Bannon and Ruston.
Living Learning Communities at USI provide students with an innovative housing opportunity. Communities are designed to help first-year students transition to college, fit interests and needs, and achieve academic and social success. USI offers nine LLCs for students to choose from, including options focused on a particular major or particular student interest.