We all need a place that is our own—a place where we can shut the door and keep the world out some times. With brand new dorms and top-notch amenities, there's never been a better time to live on campus.
How do I pick my residence hall?
You choose your residence hall in your application. To see what halls you would prefer, check out the housing options.
How are roommates determined?
When you apply for housing, you fill out a questionnaire about your preferences for a roommate.
What if I want to switch roommates?
You can fill out a request to switch roommates on the Office of University Housing website after the first two weeks of classes have passed.
What should I bring to campus? What shouldn't I bring with me?
We put together a list for you.
What does Move-In Day look like?
Find all the answers at the UL Lafayette Move-In Central.
What amenities are available in my residence hall?
Those vary from hall to hall. For more information, look at each hall individually.
Can I live on campus during semester breaks?
Typically, no. If you need to apply for an exception to this rule, contact the Office of University Housing.
More important stuff you should know
- Housing and food services costs
- Payment plans
- Room measurements and what's included
- Decoration and alteration of rooms
- Electrical appliances and equipment
- Food service
- Laundry rooms
- Overnight guests
- Student/Guest responsibilities
- Semester breaks
- Housing floor staff
- Declining balance vs. Cajun Cash
- Cajun Card FAQs
- Check balance on Cajun Card
- Mailbox rentals from UL's post office
- Emergency notification system
- Guardian mobile safety app
- University police and safety
- Jeanne Clery Act and reports