Housing for Continuing and Returning Students

Housing for Continuing and Returning Students

The spaces available on campus in 2022-23 will be different.

  • Collins LLC will reopen after completing a $23 million investment.
  • Redbud apartments will be closed and torn down.

As the university anticipates another large freshman class for Fall 2022, all this means that there will be fewer spaces available for continuing and returning students to live on campus.

Thinking about where you’ll live in Bloomington next year.

The first question about your living arrangements for next year is likely to be “should I move off campus or not?” We recommend that you consider costs, lifestyle, proximity to classes, and transportation before making your decision.

Discuss the decision with your family and friends. Don’t be pressured into signing something you’re unsure about.

As the number of on-campus spaces available will be limited, we recommend that you do a little homework.

Before you commit to an off-campus property.

Before you move into an off-campus property.

  • Get renter’s insurance from IU’s partner GradGuard or an insurance company of your choosing.
  • Schedule activation of your utilities.