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KU’s newest apartments -- all with private bedrooms and private bathrooms -- are located in the heart of the KU campus. Nearby buildings include Anschutz Sports Pavilion, Allen Fieldhouse, Hoglund Ballpark, Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center, and the Schools of Business, Law, Engineering, and Music. Sign your contract now! The location, 1835 Ousdahl Road, is also a convenient walk, bus or bike ride to the science and research buildings in the West District, or the libraries and academic buildings of north campus. And here's a bird's eye view of all Student Housing properties in which you can see the apartment complex.

This webcam shows the construction of the new apartment building and the completed new residence hall, Downs, which is nearby.

Apartments Feature

  • All private bedrooms, and private baths
  • Full kitchen, including dishwasher
  • Washer and dryer
  • Furnished with double bed, dresser, desk and chair; residents provide living room furniture

Stouffer Place living room looking in to kitchen.

Stouffer Place kitchen. Each kitchen is equipped with dishwasher.

Looking from kitchen through to one of the private bedroom and bathroom. Note the in-unit washer and dryer.

Stouffer Place bedroom and private bath.

Stouffer Place private bath. Each private bedroom has a private bath.

Stouffer Place private bath with accessible shower. Each private bedroom has a private bath.

COMPLEX FEATURES

  • All utilities, washer and dryer in unit, and wireless internet included
  • Billed by semester; financial aid applied directly
  • Fitness center, recreation area, barbecue grills
  • Furnished with double bed, dresser, desk and chair. Rental furniture available
  • Served by KU bus system
  • Security card access
  • Conveniently located
  • Multipurpose classroom, conference room and study spaces
  • Service desk
  • Fitness room

CONVENIENCES

  • Year-round occupancy available
  • Contract adjustment for study abroad, internships, or graduation
  • All utilities, wireless internet, and laundry included
  • Billed by semester; financial aid applied directly
  • Security card access
  • Served by KU bus system
  • Optional dining plans and rental furniture packages available

This is a view of one of the four-person apartments. All apartments, both two-person and four-person, feature private bedrooms and private bathrooms.

These apartments are part of the broader $350 million Central District project outlined in the KU Master Plan. The construction also includes a new residence hall and dining center, science buildings, student union, power plant, parking, and space for future academic buildings. This executive summary (pdf) contains project information and floor plans for the available units.

• Developer: Edgemoor Development
• Architect: Treanor Architects
• Contractor: CBG Building Company

This video is an architect's rendering of the KU Central District project and shows the apartment building during a "fly by."

Eligibility to live in Stouffer Place Stouffer Place was developed as apartments for single upperclass students, transfer students with at least 30 credit hours, graduate students, and non-traditional students. New Stouffer Place was designed to provide an environment where mature, responsible students already acclimated to the rigors of college studies can succeed. Some first-year students (incoming freshmen or transfer students with fewer than 30 credit hours) may be allowed residence if they demonstrate a familial relationship with a current resident or participate in an academic or extracurricular program which provides the student with substantial structure and support, helping assure they are prepared to live more independently in this apartment environment.

New Stouffer Place Apartments open 2018!
More than $200,000 in annual scholarships to returning residents
Academic success: More than 94 percent of first-time, full-time freshmen in student housing enroll for the next semester
5,100 residents choose student housing each year
Residence hall rates are almost $2,000 less per year than the national average for public schools
— College Board
$4 million alumni gift funded Krehbiel Scholarship Hall
Options include suites, private bedroom with shared bath, two-person rooms, scholarship halls, and apartments
Oswald and Self residence halls opened in 2015
One bill covers all costs: room, food, utilities, and wireless Internet
One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities