Accommodations

University Residences Conference Services provides comfortable and affordable choices with attentive staff to service your needs. We have a variety of room options to suit your taste and budget: 

  • Double rooms with centrally located bath 
  • Suites featuring a shared bath 
  • Single rooms 
  • Single rooms with bath 

Some of the amenities may include: 

  • Weekly bed linen exchange 
  • Towel service 
  • Accessible rooms 
  • Air conditioning 
  • Smoke detectors in each room 
  • Microwaves in vending areas or lounges 
  • Complementary nearby parking 

Our, professional, live-in staff members are there when you need them. They and other office staff can answer questions and provide access to fax machines, copiers and other requests. Buildings are locked in the evenings to provide extra security for our guests. 

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Cary Hall

Cary Quad Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Franklin Masten Cary and Jessie Levering Cary’s only son, Franklin Levering Cary, died in 1912 at the age of 18, just before he was to begin his freshman year at Purdue University. In his memory, the Cary family donated a large sum of money to build Franklin Levering Cary Hall. The residence hall, now known as Cary East, opened in the fall of 1928. Cary is the largest residence hall on the Purdue campus and one of the largest in the country.

AIR CONDITIONING

East, Northeast, Northwest and West units are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the main lobby in the basement of SW Unit to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the basements of the East and West units. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

TVs are located in the West and East activity rooms. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

Ice machines are located in the basements of East and West units. There are also vending machines located in various locations around Cary.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Earhart Hall

Earhart Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Earhart Hall opened in 1964 and was named after famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart. Amelia Earhart first came to Purdue University when the campus had an enrollment of 4,700 students and one residence hall for women. Today, Earhart is one of our most popular residence halls housing more than 780 men and women.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the basement.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the west activity lounge near the main office. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

The ice machine and central vending area are located behind the main office on the second floor.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

First Street Towers

First Street Towers Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Opening in August of 2009, First Street Towers was designed to provide residents with a unique living experience. Single air-conditioned rooms with private baths are arranged in clusters around a central living room/dinette area. Each of our 525 residents is afforded the privacy of living in an apartment while having the opportunity to engage in the vibrant community a residence hall offers.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillow case, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washers and dryers are provided on the floors at no charge. They are located behind the dinette area.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

Each floor has two large screen TVs located in the shared living room. An additional large screen TV is located on the first floor of the central building in the activity lounge.

VENDING

The ice machine and central vending area are located behind the conference room on the first floor of the central building.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Harrison Hall

Harrison Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Named after Benjamin Harrison, the twenty-third president of the United States, Harrison Hall opened in 1966. Despite the high office President Harrison held, he maintained his interest in youth and education. He served on the Board of Trustees of Purdue University from July 1895 to March 1901, and to this date, he is the most famous individual to serve on the University board.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located on the first floor of Harrison Hall.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the TV lounge. Guest rooms do not include a television.

VENDING

Vending machines are located in the central area of the first floor. An ice machine is located down the first floor central hallway.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Hawkins Hall

Hawkins Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Hawkins Hall is conveniently located on the south side of the Purdue campus, across State Street from the Purdue Memorial Union. Hawkins offers a cultural blend of students from more than 50 countries, including the United States, which forms a unique international community during the academic year.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the basement of Hawkins; irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is available next to and across from Hawkins. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

Televisions are located in the central areas of Hawkins. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

A central vending area is located on the main floor in the Metro Room. There is also a vending area in the basement across from the elevators. A refrigerator with an ice maker is located in the main floor kitchenette. Also, in the laundry in the basement is an ice maker with ice water. Guests may check out keys to the kitchenette at the front desk.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Hillenbrand Hall

Hillenbrand Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Hillenbrand Hall was named for a father and son, John and William Hillenbrand, who each served as a member of the Purdue University Board of Trustees. Hillenbrand opened in 1993 as a state-of-the-art structure in college housing. During the academic year, Hillenbrand is occupied by 800 men and women upperclassmen. The hall is known for its suite-style rooms and an active student community. The Hillenbrand Dining Court serves more than 400,000 meals during the academic year.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the basement. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A large-screen television is located in the east recreational lounge. Guest rooms do not include televisions.

VENDING

The ice machine and central vending area is located in the basement.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Hilltop

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

The apartment buildings now known as Hilltop Apartments were first constructed in the 1940s. The area known as Ross Ade I (buildings 1-22) was built in 1948, Ross Ade II (buildings 23-27) was built in 1958, and Ross Ade III (buildings 28-32) was built in 1969. Prior to 1976, all 32 buildings were used as married student housing. Today Hilltop Apartments house freshman through seniors looking for an on-campus apartment alternative to traditional residential housing.

AIR CONDITIONING

All apartments are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them at the entrance to your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Coin operated washers and dryers are located in the basement of each building. Irons and ironing boards are also available. Change machine is located in building 23.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the resident lounge in building 23. Guest rooms do not include televisions.

VENDING

Vending machines are located in the basement of building 23.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Honors College & Residences

Honor College Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

The Honors College and Residences 320,000-square-foot facility has more than 40,000 square feet dedicated to academics. The first floor includes Honors College offices for the dean, faculty and support staff as well as a STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts and Agriculture, Math) class lab, and a Computer Col-lab (the next generation of computer lab encouraging student interaction). There is also an Honors Hall with seating for more than 400 for presentations, lectures, movies and group and individual studying.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillow case, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

TELEVISIONS

TV lounges are located on all floors. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washers and dryers are located in the basement.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

VENDING

The ice machine and central vending area are located in the basement of the north building and the main floor of the south building.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

McCutcheon Hall

McCutcheon Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

McCutcheon Hall opened in 1963 and was named for John T. McCutcheon, an editorial cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune. John T. McCutcheon was born on May 6, 1870, in Tippecanoe County, the home of Purdue University. John T. McCutcheon graduated from Purdue in 1889. He worked for the Chicago Tribune from 1903-1946. He was a world traveler and served as a war correspondent at the Battle of Manila Bay in 1898, the Boer War in South Africa, and World War I. He received the Pulitzer Prize for cartoons in 1931.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located on the first floor of McCutcheon Hall.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the TV lounge. Guest rooms do not include a television.

VENDING

Ice and vending machines are located in Piper’s Inn, the central area of the first floor.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Meredith Hall

Meredith Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Virginia Claypool Meredith, for whom the hall is named, had a long and illustrious career in the fields of agriculture and home economics. Meredith Hall opened in 1952 and was originally known as X Hall, because of its X shape. In addition to student rooms, Meredith facilities include a study lounge, a lounge that includes pool and ping-pong tables, and a big-screen TV.

AIR CONDITIONING

Meredith has air conditioning in various central public spaces. Guest rooms are not air-conditioned.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the main lobby to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provide for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are located in the NW and SE ground floor of Meredith. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

Televisions are located in the NW and SE ground floor lounges of Meredith. Guest rooms do not include a television.

VENDING

The ice machine and vending area is located on the ground floor in the SE lounge.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Owen Hall

Owen Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Richard Owen, for whom the hall is named, was the first president of Purdue University. Built in 1957, Owen Hall celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in 2007. Owen Hall provides housing for 706 men and women during the academic year.

AIR CONDITIONING

Owen has air conditioning in various central public spaces. Guest rooms are not air-conditioned.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the main lobby to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provide for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are located on the first floor of Owen. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the Busby lounge on the first floor. Guest rooms do not include televisions.

VENDING

The ice machine and the central vending area are located on the first floor in the Busby vending lounge that connects to the laundry room.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Shreve Hall

Shreve Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Eleanor B. Shreve, for whom the hall is named, was an author, educator, world traveler, musician, and constructive activist. Built in 1970, Shreve is the largest co-ed residence hall on campus, housing 862 men and women during the academic year. In addition to the student rooms, Shreve facilities include a study lounge and a recreation lounge with pool and ping-pong tables and a flat-screen TV.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the basement of Shreve.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

Televisions are located in the central areas of Shreve. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

The ice machine and a central vending area is located on the second floor behind the front desk.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Tarkington Hall

Tarkington Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

When Tarkington Hall opened in 1958, it was known as H-2. It is divided into four living units: northeast, southeast, northwest, and southwest. The name was eventually changed to Tarkington Hall in memory of Newton Booth Tarkington, a generous contributor to Purdue University. Tarkington was born on July 29, 1869, in Indianapolis. As a young person, he desired to be an artist, painter, or illustrator. He graduated from Exeter Academy Prep School in New Hampshire and attended Purdue. From there, he went on to Princeton University and graduated in 1893. He wrote novels and plays. He received Pulitzer Prizes in 1919 and 1921. He was a world traveler and lived briefly in New York, Paris, Rome, and on the island of Capri. He died in Indianapolis on May 19, 1946.

AIR CONDITIONING

Tarkington has air conditioning in various central public spaces. Guest rooms are not air-conditioned.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the main lobby to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the first floor of Tarkington. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located on the first floor in the lounge. Guest rooms do not include a television.

VENDING

The ice machine and vending machines are located on the first-floor central area.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Wiley Hall

Wiley Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Wiley Hall opened in 1958 and was named for Harvey W. Wiley. Harvey Wiley was born on October 18, 1844, in Kent, Indiana. He received his bachelor’s degree from Hanover College and his doctor of medicine degree from Indiana Medical College in 1871. In 1874, Dr. Wiley became the first professor of chemistry at Purdue University. Dr. Wiley went on to later be known as the father of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

AIR CONDITIONING

Wiley has air conditioning in various central public spaces. Guest rooms are not airconditioned.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located on the first floor of Wiley. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A television is located in the TV room on the first floor. Guest rooms do not include a television.

VENDING

The ice machine and the central vending area are located on the first floor.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Winifred Parker Hall

Parker South Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Built from 2012-2014, Winifred Parker Hall is designed to meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s students. Planning for the facility took several years and included input from students, staff, faculty, and administrators. The final design provides students with a variety of atmospheres in which to study. From quiet study to group study, it can all happen in this vibrant atmosphere.

AIR CONDITIONING

Guest rooms are air-conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. Please meet them in the lobby of your building to receive your delivery.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillow case, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washers and dryers are located on the north end of the first floor.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

A TV Lounge is located on the first floor. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

The ice machine and central vending area are located on the north end of the first floor.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.

Windsor Hall

Windsor Exterior

We hope you enjoy your stay in University Residences. Our staff will do everything we possibly can to provide you with a positive experience in comfortable and convenient accommodations. Please contact the main office if you have any questions regarding your stay with us. Questions regarding your conference program should be referred to your conference chairperson.

About the Hall

Windsor is the oldest women’s residence at Purdue consisting of five individual buildings that were built over a period of about 20 years. Duhme Hall (originally South Hall) was opened in 1934, Shealy (North Hall) in 1937, Wood in 1939, Warren (D Hall) and Vawter (E Hall) were both opened in 1951. Student-accessible tunnels connect the five buildings.

AIR CONDITIONING

The rooms in all Windsor halls are air conditioned. Please help us conserve energy by keeping the thermostat set at 72 degrees.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Please be respectful to our facilities, surroundings and other guests. Examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: running, water fights, disobeying quiet hours and removing window screens.

FOOD DELIVERIES

Pizza and food delivery persons are not permitted on the corridors. All deliveries must be received at the Wood Hall main office.

FOR YOUR COMFORT

Bed linens, a blanket, pillow with pillowcase, towel and washcloth are provided for each guest.

INTERNET ACCESS

AT&T wi-fi is a free service provided for use with any wireless capable device. For troubleshooting contact 765-494-2200 during regular business hours, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

LAUNDRY FACILITIES

Washing machines and dryers are located in the lower level of Duhme Hall and Warren Hall. Irons and ironing boards are also available.

PARKING

Parking is permitted in areas designated for residence hall permits. Do not park in spaces marked A/B/C or other specialty spaces.

SMOKING

Smoking is prohibited on the Purdue campus, except in designated smoking areas. Smoking material shall be extinguished and disposed of in an appropriate receptacle. This includes the use of e-cigarettes (personal vaporizing instruments).

TELEVISIONS

Televisions are located in the recreation room on the lower level of each building. Guest rooms do not include a TV.

VENDING

Ice and vending machines are located in the recreation room/vending room on the lower level of your building.

General Information

FRONT DESK OFFICE HOURS

24-hour service is available. See main office for details.

SERVICES AT THE FRONT DESK

Mail, Photo Copies, Key/Conference Card issues, Campus Maps, General Information, and if available equipment rental.

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items should be returned to the main office.

KEYS

Please keep your room key and conference card with you at all times. Lock your room door.

Lost Keys – A fee of $50.00 will be assessed for lost room keys, due upon checkout. Lost conference cards will incur a $50.00 fee.