The Downtown Graduate Houses

The Quina-Singh House & The McVoy House

UWF Housing and Residence Life has formed a partnership with the UWF Historic Trust to provide student housing in downtown Pensacola for UWF graduate students.

UWF graduate students will have the opportunity to live in one of two homes located in Historic Pensacola Village: the McVoy House or the Quina Singh House. In both houses students, will have their own room and will share the common areas.

The houses are about a 25 minute drive from the main UWF campus, a short drive from the beach, and an easy walk to all that downtown has to offer. Downtown Pensacola features plenty of restaurants, shops, museums, entertainment, events, and more.

Front of the McVoy Downtown Grad House
McVoy House

The McVoy House, originally built in 1900, is located at 202 Church Street and is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom mixed gender house. The house includes a furnished living room, kitchen, front porch, backyard and washer and dryer.

The Quina-Singh House, originally built in 1880, is located at 217 Zarragossa Street and is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom mixed gender house. The house includes a kitchen, small porches in the front and back, and washer and dryer.

The front entrance of the Quina-singh Downtown Grad House
Quina-Singh House

House Information

  • 2 houses in Downtown Historic Pensacola Village
  • Graduate students only
  • McVoy: 4 bed/2 bath House, Quina-Singh: 2 bed/1 bath House
  • Single Occupancy - $2184 per term (Fall and Spring) Summer rates vary
  • 12 month housing option available
  • All utilities included
  • Fully furnished
  • Wireless internet and cable

How to Apply

The housing contract and rates are divided into three terms (Summer, Fall & Spring). This is a 12 month living option for residents who reside in this area.

Contact us at to ask about availability. When you are ready to apply please log in to and search for the "Housing Contract" to submit your application. 

Grad House LLCs/Themes

Living-Learning and Themed Communities in the Downtown Graduate Houses

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.