Tripp Residence Hall | 21 residents
Coed by floor | Single rooms and some large double rooms with shared closets
Tripp Hall welcomes transfer students into a community specifically designated for sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are new to UW–Madison but not to college.
The community provides a strong support for students who are seeking social connections and academic resources suitable for non-freshmen. It was founded based on feedback from transfer students who were concerned with things like meeting other students who have not yet found their friend “circle,” adjusting to new class sizes and instruction methods, and becoming knowledgeable about necessary resources around campus.
You’ll find programming within Transfer House designed specifically for students who are both new to the UW–Madison campus, and farther along in their college career, with topics like:
The Transfer House is comprised of part of Tripp Residence Hall, with a total of 21 residents.
During your transition to UW–Madison, the staff will work to help you meet your academic and social needs.
The House Fellows in this community and the rest of the residence life staff are there to serve as a trained resource to help you develop your community of friends and colleagues.
Live with students like yourself—new to Madison but not to college. Start here—we’re waiting for you!
Check out the Transfer Student Housing Brochure for even more information about the program.
Surveys of UW–Madison transfer students have found that Transfer House residents were more likely than students living in regular housing or off campus to:
If you don't think Transfer House is right for you, there are many other options for transfer students within University Residence Halls. Learn about the other choices and benefits of living on-campus as a transfer.