Argo Hall

A home for everyone. Argo Hall, a junior suite community, is open to all students, from freshmen to graduate and everything in between. Here, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the best of UWF’s diverse student body, in the heart of campus. There’s no better place to make yourself at home.

Room Features

  • Private Junior Suite (single occupancy), Shared Junior Suite (double occupancy) and Value Junior Suite (triple occupancy) residences.
  • Fully furnished with extra-long twin beds, desks, desk chairs, and dressers for each resident.
  • Private bathrooms
  • Cable television access
  • Internet connections & access
  • Smoke detectors and sprinkler system
  • Microwave and mini fridge provided
  • Deadbolt locks

Building Features

  • Coin/Card-operated laundry facilities located on the first floor
  • Study rooms
  • TV lounges
  • Area Offices conveniently located in each building
  • Buildings locked 24 hours a day

 Themed Housing Options

  • Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Community 
  • Global Living
  • Take Stock in Children Community
  • Open Housing (gender neutral - by special request)

Argo LLCs/Themes

Living-Learning and Themed Communities in Argo Hall

About Open Housing

Quick Facts

  • Location: All communities
  • Open to: Students approved by assignments staff
  • How to join: Select "Yes" for Open Housing on housing application

Open housing, also known as gender-inclusive or gender neutral housing, allows students to live with any other student regardless of gender identification. Open housing is available in all on-campus communities, but students must consent to being assigned to open housing. Students can opt into open housing when submitting the housing application. Please contact to set up your open housing living arrangements.

About the Global Living Themed Community

Quick Facts

  • Open to: Any student interested in living with international students
  • How to join: Select "Yes" for Global Living on housing application


The Global Living community is housed in Argo Hall. This community brings together students from all corners of the world in their own unique community at UWF. Residents agree to share their rooms with students from other cultural backgrounds and live as active participants in the community's various programs. 


Global Living partners with UWF Global Quarter, a student organization with an active group of U.S. and international students. Weekly programming draws students from the living community and across campus. Even students that do not have an international roommate can participate if they wish to be a part of the global scene. The Global Living community is open to all residents. 
About ROTC Themed Community

Quick Facts

  • Open to: Army ROTC students 
  • How to join: Select "Yes" for ROTC Community on housing application

The Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) community is housed in Argo Hall. The ROTC Community is reserved for individuals who are participants in the Army ROTC program while enrolled at UWF.

About UWF MEN Themed Community

Quick Facts

  • Open to: UWF MEN participants 
  • How to join: Select "Yes" for UWF MEN on housing application

The UWF Men’s Empowerment Network (MEN) community is housed in Argo Hall. The program is designed to offer academic and social support as well as mentoring opportunities for male college students UWF. All students who participate are required to uphold a standard of academic and professional excellence. Learn more about UWF MEN on the Office of Equity and Diversity website.

About Take Stock in Children LLC

Quick Facts

  • Open to: Take Stock in Children participants 
  • How to join: Select "Yes" for Take Stock in Children on your housing application

The Take Stock LLC is open to students who have entered the University of West Florida as a Take Stock in Children alumni. Students in this LLC will live in Argo Hall and participate in co-curricular and high impact activities designed to maximize their experience while in college. LLC residents will be introduced to the university setting with a 1 hour course amongst other Take Stock peers. Additionally, students will have access to a full time Program Coordinator for the entirety of their college tenure.


  • Former Take Stock in Children student.

All Take Stock Collegiate Scholars must complete the following requirements:

  • Participate in the 1 hour Take Stock Collegiate Scholar course
  • 10 hours of academic tutoring per semester
  • ‚Äč10 hours of community service per semester 


  • Early registration for courses each semester
  • Free off campus trips to local attractions and companies
  • Access to in-hall study groups and academic tutoring with Academic Center for Excellence
  • Take Stock paraphernalia and swag  
  • Banquets and events to celebrate the success of all UWF Take Stock students