International students are required to live in an approved program residence. Choosing where to live while studying for your degree is important – and indicating your accommodations preferences early is a required step in the enrollment process.
Browse available housing and tell us your top choices as soon as possible. Every option offers close proximity to campus, with no deposit, co-signer, or Social Security number required. If you need guidance at any point in the housing process, our helpful campus teams are always available.
- What’s included:
- 24-hour global residence support and on-site Resident Advisor
- Renter’s insurance
- Personal property insurance
Visit the University of Dayton’s profile page on Shorelight.com for details and up to date costs about housing and dinging options for students who are enrolling in UDayton Global.