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Vibrant Neighborhoods

Choose from four areas on campus, or neighborhoods, including Daisy Hill, Central District, North District, and the Scholarship Halls. Student Housing surrounds KU.

Neighborhood Campus Map (PDF)

We’d love to help you consider the housing that best fits your needs. Think about which amenities are most important to you in selecting housing.

For instance, a location that is close to all the resources a student needs, such as classrooms, libraries, and laboratories, is a great advantage. The fact that you can also roll out of bed five minutes before class (and make it there on time!) is just a bonus.

Your considerations should also include such things as the amount of privacy you'd like, or affordability, or the number of resources that Student Housing offers. 

The good news is that you can have all of these benefits in one of these on-campus neighborhoods.

Central District

KU's newest buildings offer the highest level of privacy and convenience. Located near the KU schools of business, and music, athletic venues, and student recreation center.

Stouffer Place

Daisy Hill

Named for the abundance of daisies that once covered the landscape, Daisy Hill is now home to six residence halls and an apartment complex.

Daisy Hill

Scholarship Halls

Located in the heart of KU, scholarship halls are a unique and tradition-rich community of about 50 residents each. "Schol halls" are the best value in on-campus housing.

Scholarship Halls

North District

These halls sit on an historic ridge where North College, the first building at the University of Kansas, opened in 1866. Corbin and GSP are just two blocks from Lawrence's vibrant downtown and a five-minute (with no hill!) walk from Jayhawk Boulevard.

North District

Looking for addresses?

A list of all buildings, addresses, phone numbers, and locations on an interactive housing map can be found in the building directory.