Village West

There's no place like UWF. So why live anywhere else?


You have options when you live on campus. 

  • Pick your own room and roommates online.
  • Open housing also known as gender neutral housing in all buildings. 
  • Pet-friendly options.
  • Hospitality and Tourism Community for global hospitality and tourism management majors.
  • Justice Community for those majoring in social work, legal studies, or criminal justice.
  • Teach Community for those interested in education.
  • Sorority Life options  

And don't forget, UWF Housing is all-inclusive. Your rental costs can be covered by financial aid and the UWF Payment Plan.

  • No utility caps. 
  • Internet and cable TV provided.
  • Free room change service.
  • Fast maintenance service.
  • Access to resident and open parking lots. 

 

Communities

Here is the most up to date information regarding where current students are eligible to live during the next academic year. 

Argo Hall 

  • All classifications 
  • Private, Shared & Value Junior Suites (single, double & triple occupancy)
  • Army ROTC Community
  • Global Living Community
  • UWF Men Community
  • Take Stock in Children Community
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)

Pace Hall

  • All classifications
  • Private, Shared & Value Junior Suites (single, double & triple occupancy)
  • Argo Elite Community
  • Honors LLC - 2nd floor
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)

Heritage Hall

  • Priority given to upperclassmen, but open to all classifications
  • Private and Shared Deluxe Suites
  • Sorority Life Housing
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)

Presidents Hall

  • All classifications
  • Private and Shared Deluxe Suites
  • Tourism and Hospitality Innovators Networking Community (THINC) LLC - 1st floor
  • Transfer & International Students Community - 2nd floor 
  • Upperclassmen Community - 2nd floor
  • Justice LLC - 3rd floor
  • Teach LLC - 3rd floor 
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) LLC - 4th and 5th floors
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)

Village East Apartments

  • Upperclassmen
  • 2-bedroom and 4-bedroom apartments
  • Pet-friendly housing - designated apartment, 1st floor of building F (pets must be approved)
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)

Village West Apartments

  • Upperclassmen
  • 2-bedroom and 4-bedroom apartments
  • Open housing (gender neutral/gender inclusive)
Frequently Asked Questions

What is Open Housing?

Open housing allows students of all gender identifications to reside in the same room, suite, or apartment. All residents within a room, suite, or apartment must agree to be in open housing. You will be able to select that you would like to live in open housing when you apply for housing. 

 

After I book a room how do I view my room assignment?

You may view your room assignment in MyUWF by searching for “Housing Contracts and Services.”

 

Why can’t I find my roommate in the roommate search box?

Be sure you are spelling your roommate’s name correctly. You must also use the MM/DD/YYYY format when entering your roommate’s birth date.

 

What is a roommate PIN?

A roommate PIN is a unique number that allows students to add other students as roommates. Roommates should decide who in the roommate group will be the roommate group leader. The group leader will collect the group members' names, birth dates, and roommate PINs in order to add them as roommates. 

To set your roommate PIN log into MyUWF, search for “Housing Contracts and Services,” click on “Room Selection,” and then click on “Update Your Roommate PIN.”

This option will be available during the room selection time period.

 

How do I change my room assignment after I book it?

To change your Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 room assignment, log into MyUWF, search for “Housing Contracts and Services,” click on “Room Selection,” and then click on "Room Change." This option will be available during the room selection time period.