Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience: Office of Student Life

Additional Living Environments

Additional Living Environments

  • Academic-Year  (If you want to remain living in a residence hall between autumn and spring semester and over spring break, request this option.  There is an additional charge of $125 per year, and preference is given to international and out-of-state students. These halls include Bowen House, Bradley Hall, Drackett Tower, Gateway, Houck House, Houston House, Jones Tower, Lawrence Tower, Mendoza House, Morrill Tower, Morrison Tower, Neil Building, Norton House, Park-Stradley, Paterson Hall, Raney House, Residence on 10th, Scott House, Siebert Hall, Taylor Tower, and Worthington Building.
  • Cooperative Scholarship Housing
    • Alumnae Scholarship HousingThe Alumnae Scholarship Housing (ASH) program has offered a unique, cooperative-living and low-cost housing option for undergraduate women at The Ohio State University for more than 75 years.  As part of the William H. Hall Student Residential Complex, ASH aims to connect students with a variety of resources on campus while promoting individual growth and development. ASH women engage in regular community-based initiatives that foster cooperative spirit and have regular interactions with ASH alumni.  The program consists of 49 women and is housed in Fechko, Hanley and Pomerene houses.
    • Stadium Scholarship ProgramThe Stadium Scholarship Program (SSP) is part of the William H. Hall Student Residential Complex, housed in Scholars East and Scholars West. SSP, originally housed in the west side of Ohio Stadium, serves as a premiere cooperative living program at The Ohio State University for 96 students. SSP has provided housing scholarships for students who demonstrate both strong academic achievement and financial need for over 80 years. Students participating in the program engage in a variety of activities designed to foster their leadership development. SSP students also participate in several service projects throughout the year and have consistent interactions with SSP alumni.
  • Gender Inclusive Housing Gender Inclusive Housing is available for undergraduate residents. This option meets the needs of all of our residents, inclusive of all sexes, genders, gender identities and expressions. It means that women, men, and people of all gender identities and expressions can live together.

    Transgender students are valued members of the on-campus living community at Ohio State. New, first year incoming students are encouraged to contact the Housing and Residence Education office before arriving to Ohio State. In meeting the needs of the incoming student, Student Life University Housing will recognize and respect the gender identity the student has established with Housing.

    Staff will not ask for any more information than is required to meet the student’s housing needs, and all disclosed information will be kept strictly confidential. In order to provide support for the needs of current and incoming transgender students, University Housing strongly encourages potential and current residents to contact the Housing and Residence Education office early in the housing request process so that we may offer the widest range of possible housing options. Students can do this by emailing

  • Honors Housing Honors Housing works collaboratively with the Hon­ors & Scholars to create a holistic “Honors experience.”  Students, through active involvement, are encouraged to develop lead­ership, social and cultural skills to complement the learning objectives of their Honors curriculum. Honors housing is available in Bradley, Lincoln and Taylor.