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Phone: 608-265-2685 (or University Communications at 262-3571)


  • Housing COVID Updates

    Residents & Families, I look forward to your arrival for the spring semester. I know things continue to be challenging due to COVID-19 and not the path we all thought we would still be on. …

  • University Housing to Offer New Dining Plan for 2022-23 Academic Year

    Starting in the 2022-23 academic year, University Housing resident dining plans will be changing from the current dining tier plan option (a Resident Food account used for all food purchases throughout the year) to a …

  • Dining Operations Updates; Dining Plan Change Dates for Spring Semester

    As we near the end of the fall semester, we want to give you an update on dining operations for the spring semester. In September, we shared with you that we would be shifting to …

  • Student Employee Referral Program

    APPLY TODAY Earn Cash Refer your friends and other students you know, and you will earn $200 for each referral who is successfully hired and works for at least 2 weeks (student to student referrals …

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    Build Your Perfect Bowl Photo Contest Deadline Extended!

    Our Build Your Perfect Bowl Photo Contest has been extended until the end of the month! So, no worries, you’ve still got a chance to win free cereal for a year from Kellogg’s. Here’s How it …

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    Dining Reminder – Getting Food To-Go in Dining Markets

    Since our change to all-you-care-to-eat service at Gordon Ave. Market and Four Lakes Market, there has been some confusion about taking food out of the markets after paying. We exclusively use a Ticket to Take …

  • Dining Service Changes – Effective Friday, Sept. 10

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the food service industry in the United States through staffing shortages and supply chain issues. Many of you have already experienced this through long waits at …

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    Isolation & Quarantine Spaces in Lowell Center

    A small set of open rooms separate from any other resident spaces on the first, second, and third floor of Lowell Center are being designated as quarantine and isolation space.

  • Expectations, Testing, Isolation/Quarantine, and Planning for Fall

    We’re excited to have you on campus and start the fall semester. Our staff in University Housing is dedicated to doing all we can to ensure a fun and supportive experience. We’re committed to doing …

  • Healthy Choices and Community Impacts of Alcohol

    Dear Badgers, On behalf of the Division of University Housing, I want to welcome you to residence hall living. Whether you are new or returning to University Housing, we thank you for choosing to live …

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