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Live on Campus at UAS-Juneau

Are you looking for the complete college experience?

Some place where you can be close to campus, have a quiet place to study, yet be able to participate in lots of activities and interact with other students?

Then the UAS-Juneau Campus Student Housing is the place for you! Living on campus allows you to participate in all aspects of campus life, and will help you achieve the fullest experience at UAS.

The housing complex consists of a community lodge, seven apartment buildings, a residence hall, laundromat, parking, BBQ/picnic area and basketball court, all within a ten minute walk from both campus and the REC Center.

When you live in housing, you will find it’s not just a place to live; it’s a place to network and grow. You will be exposed to different cultures and values from across the globe; you will be living with other students who have similar goals to your own.

It’s a place to enjoy the college experience, graduate, and to pursue a future career. You will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of living with other people, and a chance to develop life-long friendships.



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You are eligible to live in Housing if...

  • You are enrolled in 12 credits or more per semester;
  • Have a UAS GPA of 2.0 or higher.

To live in Banfield Residence Hall, you must also:

  • Be under 21 years of age;
  • Be a first-time Freshmen.

To live in the Single Apartment Housing, you must also:

  • Have a class status of Sophomore or higher.

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Residence Halls

Freshman Housing typical room floor layout

Our new freshman residence hall opened Fall 2014. This facility is located directly on-campus, with amazing views of Auke Lake, Mendenhall Glacier, and the numerous mountains, trees, and wildlife that surround the Juneau campus. With 120 bed spaces spread out across four floors of two-bedroom, suite-style units, this building will be a hub of activities, social connections, and access to educational services on-campus. View a few photos of the new facility in our campus photo gallery. Required placement for students under the age of 21 and entering the Fall semester with less than 24 credits.

In addition to resident units, this 34,000 square foot facility offers lounge spaces, study nooks, a seminar classroom, community kitchen, laundry facilities, student mailboxes, and interior access to garbage and recycling disposal. A front desk location will not only allow for monitoring of student and guest access to this swipe-card access secured building, but also be a source of information and referral for residents.

Our Banfield Hall residence hall is a similar two-bedroom, style facility smaller in overall size that houses our sophomore status residents. Located in the Student Housing Complex near our Housing Lodge and apartment units, Banfield Hall offers residents private rooms at a cost similar to our other comparable shared bedroom unit types. We also have exciting renovations taking place within our Banfield Hall facility. Some of these renovations include a new, larger community kitchen facility, newly created dining and study areas, and new lounge furniture. Students moving through Student Housing as a group build a sense of community with their peers, establish realistic timelines towards completion, and maintain a diverse support network. Required placement for students entering the Fall semester with more than 24 credits but less than 48 credits (sophomore status). Available, as well for juniors and seniors upon request and available space.

All housing residents are required to purchase a meal plan. To learn more about our food options on campus, please visit the Campus Dining page.

Rates

2015-2016SemesterMeal PlanTotal/SemesterTotal/
Academic
Freshman Residence Hall (shared room)$2,600$1,600$4,200$8,400
Freshman Residence Hall (private room)$3,400$1,600$5,000$10,000
Banfield Residence Hall (shared room)$2,100$600$2,700$5,400
Banfield Residence Hall (private room)$2,600$600$3,200$6,400

Student Housing Apartments

Students with the class status of Junior or Senior can request placement in either our four or two-bedroom apartment units. For purposes of Housing placement, Junior class status is deemed as having completed more than 48 credits. 

Four Bedroom Apartments

Four bedroom apartment layoutsThese are apartments with four private bedrooms. Resident occupies one private bedroom within the overall unit. A total of four residents reside in each apartment, sharing a bathroom and common areas that include: a full kitchen with oven/stove range, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and abundant cabinetry storage space; furnished living with couch, loveseat, chair, and coffee/end tables; furnished dining room with kitchen table and chairs; and a large storage room.

Two Bedroom Apartments

Residents share a two-person bedroom within a two-bedroom apartment. Optional private bedroom requests can be made at an additional cost to the requesting resident of $800 per semester. A total of four residents may reside in a two-bedroom apartment unit (dependent upon number of private room requests).

Residents share a bathroom and common areas that include: a full kitchen with oven/stove range, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and abundant cabinetry storage space; furnished living with couch, loveseat, chair, and coffee/end tables; furnished dining room with kitchen table and chairs; and a large storage room. Washer and dryer utility hook-ups are present in the storage room of our two-bedroom apartment units – residents must supply and are responsible for their own appliances.

Two bedroom apartment layout

All apartments are equipped with microwave, stove, and refrigerator. The common space in each apartment is fully furnished with couches, dining room table, and chairs. Each bedroom is furnished with a twin extra-long bed, dresser, and desk (double rooms with 2 of each). Each apartment has a storage room in the entry way. The townhouse-style apartments also have storage underneath the stairs.

All housing residents are required to purchase a meal plan. To learn more about our food options on campus, please visit the Campus Dining Page.

Rates

2015-2016Semester
Meal Plan
Total Semester
Total Academic
Two Bedroom Apartment Shared$2,600$200$2,800$5,600
Two Bedroom Apartment Private$3,400$200$3,600$7,200
Four Bedroom Apartment Private$2,600$200$2,800$5,600

Family Housing

Family Housing

Family housing at UAS offers students with partners and/or children a wonderful living environment.

There are numerous benefits to living on-campus, beyond simple convenience. Opportunities to develop connections with other residents, as well as faculty and staff can be vital to creating a supportive network and resources in your education.

The Residence Life department’s goal is to provide a living environment that focuses on academic success. We do this by creating and maintaining comfortable homes for our students, through policies and procedures that encourage learning and studies, and by implementing programs and events that challenge our residents to reflect upon their growth.

Furthermore, Family Housing provides an opportunity to create their own environment within one of our apartment units while taking part in the opportunities provided by our larger Housing community.

Family Housing units are two-bedroom apartments.

All apartments are equipped with a full kitchen consisting of a microwave, stove, refrigerator, and plenty of cabinet space for storage. The living room in each apartment is fully furnished with couches, dining room table, and chairs. Each bedroom is furnished with a two twin extra-long beds,  two dressers, and two desks. Each apartment has a storage room in the entry way and two-bedroom apartments have hook-ups for a washer and dryer if a resident chooses to provide those appliances on their own. The townhouse-style apartments also have storage underneath the stairs.

Rates

2015-2016SemesterTotal/SemesterTotal/
Academic
Family Apartment - Two Bedroom Apartments$6,800$6,800$13,600

How to apply for Housing.

Here are the three steps you need to do to apply for housing:

  1. Complete the Housing Application which includes:
    • Student Housing Agreement
    • Record of Immunizations
    • Criminal History
  2. Pay the Housing Deposit ($300)
  3. Complete (or not) Optional forms:
    • Vehicle Registration
    • Bike Registration
    • Housing Roommate Request

More Details:

Housing Deposit & Application Fee

In order to secure your housing application and receive priority for housing placement, a $25 non-refundable application fee and a $300 Housing deposit is required for all new housing applications. You may pay the application fee and housing deposit by cash, check, or credit card. We currently cannot accept deposits online.  Please refer to the refund/cost schedule for the cancellation schedule.

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Fall/Spring 2015-2016 Student Applicants

Family Applicants

Summer 2015 Student Applicants

Additional Housing Documents

Cancellation Form:

These forms need to be filled out to cancel housing, whether you have or have not moved into UAS Student Housing.

We recommend that you submit the Application, Profile, and Deposit as soon as possible, unless you are able to submit the entire documents needed at once. Placement for Fall Applicant will happen after July 1st. All completed applications received by the housing office at that time will be placed.

Once required documents are received and you file is complete you will be placed, space permitting.

Necessary:

  • Rain gear - Rain coat & pants, rubber boots
  • Snow gear - warm clothes, snow boots, gloves, hat
  • Sheets, pillow, blankets, comforter
    • Beds are twin "extra long"
    • Fitted sheet 38" x 80", flat sheet 66" x 108"
  • Hangers
  • Alarm clock
  • Towels and toiletries (shampoo, soap, toothpaste etc.)
  • Dishes
    • Banfield Students: microwave-safe dishes
    • Apartment Students: kitchen supplies & cooking utensils.

Optional:

  • Personal computer or laptop
  • Television
  • Hair dryer
  • Phone
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Bicycle with lock
  • Radio
  • Musical instruments
  • Coffee maker
  • Wall decorations
  • Hunting rifle/bow (must register and check in at Housing Lodge desk)

What NOT to bring:

  • Halogen lamps
  • Neon advertising signs
  • Candles
  • Pets
  • Air guns or pellet guns
 
 

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