University Housing
University Housing offers residence halls for undergraduates, as well as university-owned apartments for single and married students and their families. The university's Residential Learning Communities offer a great way for students to integrate living and learning experiences. Through University Housing, students can transition successfully from high school to college and build personal connections to the university and the community.

Private housing
Campus Area Housing is the central university resource for off-campus rental vacancies and community rental information. First established in the 1970s, today this resource allows users to search community rental vacancies, including apartments, houses, sublets, roommate openings, and rooms in rooming houses or privately owned residence halls, as well as properties participating in UW-Madison's Private Housing Connections Program.

Students at the House Fellows Dinner

Undergraduates and staff members from the GreenHouse Residential Learning Community host a Global Food for Thought dinner. GreenHouse, which is based in Cole Hall, is one of the newer Residential Learning Communities on campus, and is focused on advancing sustainability in a broadly encompassing way.