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University Housing

Division of Student Affairs

 Why Live On Campus?

Our goal is to provide secure, clean and affordable living-learning environments for students.

According to the American Council on Education, students who live on campus are more likely to succeed academically than students who live off campus. This includes earning higher grades and being more likely to complete a college degree.

When compared to their peers who live off campus, students who live on campus tend to:

  • do better in their studies.
  • have higher GPAs.
  • be more engaged in campus activities.
  • have higher rates of graduation.

We provide reasonably priced rooms close to everything on campus.

As a housing resident, you’ll have the opportunity to experience

  • over 30 programs and events each semester.
  • 24-hour Wi-Fi and computer labs.
  • on-site laundry in every building.
  • 12 on-campus dining options
  • more than 35 live-in staff members, with someone on-call 24-hours a day.

You will also have the advantage of being part of a larger community of new students sharing similar experiences. This includes Resident Assistants and Resident Directors who act as resources for support and advice.

Do you need more reasons to apply for housing at ISU ? Learn more about our housing options, and prepare to experience the benefits of “living on.”

Owen Redfield housing complex

Residence Halls

Residence Halls provide housing for traditional-age students. The halls are best-suited for freshmen and sophomores at ISU.

Pulling Courts Apartments

On-Campus Apartments

Apartments are best suited for upper-classmen and non-traditional students. You must be in your second year of college, or over age 19, to be eligible for an apartment.

Students at a table

Meal Plans

Meal plans are required for students living in most residence halls, and optional for other residents and students. A variety of meal plans are available to choose from to fit your needs.


921 South 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho, 83209

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