Heritage Hall

A new kind of splash. Heritage Hall, a deluxe suite community, opened in Fall 2010 as the first suite-style residence hall at UWF. It offers the best of both worlds—on-campus living, with room options offering the privacy of home. Located near the center of campus, you’ll love everything this state-of-the-art residence hall has to offer as you dive headfirst into ArgoLife.


Room Features

  • Deluxe suites with Private bedrooms
  • Deluxe suites with Shared bedrooms
  • 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 refrigerator provided
  • Deadbolt locks

Building Features

  • Laundry Lounges are Coin/Card-operated
  • Study Lounge
  • Kitchen Lounges on each hallway
  • Area Offices conveniently located on the first floor
  • Buildings locked 24 hours a day accessible by card swipe 

Living Learning/Themed Communities

  • Fraternity & Sorority Life Housing (for Fall 2018/Spring 2019)
  • Open Housing (gender neutral - by special request)

Heritage LLCs/Themes

Living-Learning and Themed Communities in Heritage 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 assignments@uwf.edu to set up your open housing living arrangements.

About Fraternity & Sorority Life Housing

Quick Facts

  • Open to: Students in FSL organizations
  • How to join: Communicate with chapter leadership

Several Sorority Life organizations have dedicated areas on campus. Members of Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Delta, and Alpha Gamma Delta, should contact their leadership if they are interested in living in their chapter’s areas.