Housing

Office of Housing Options, Meals & Events (H.O.M.E.)

111 Shriver Center, 513-529-5000

Limited on-campus housing is available for graduate students. Single graduate students may also apply to live in a residence hall or in Heritage Commons; provisions are the same for graduate and undergraduate students.

Heritage Commons provides apartment-style university housing for upper-class students. The complex is comprised of 108 fully furnished apartments featuring four private bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and an equipped kitchen. Exclusive parking is available for Heritage Commons residents.

Many graduate students rent private apartments in Oxford or neighboring areas. A list of Oxford rental property is available through the Office of Off-Campus Affairs at 513-529-2268. The Oxford Press (513-524-4139), the weekly, local newspaper, also lists local apartment rentals in the classified ads.

Contract and Deposit

All students living in a residence hall sign a housing contract, an agreement to pay room rent and board, and pay a $330 University Contract Confirmation deposit.

Dining Facilities

Our residence halls are served by multiple "all you care to eat" buffets, as well as several à la carte, food service locations managed by the university.

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