Living on campus at ULM offers a blend of housing options including apartments, suites and traditional style residence halls. Additionally, the all-inclusive (room, electric, water, cable TV, high speed internet, and local phone service) package plus the convenience of living on campus allows you to focus on what is important ... being part of a great university!
Campus residences vary in cost, amenities and location. Bayou Village Apartments are available to upper-class students. University Commons I and University Commons II, Ouachita, Masur and Madison Halls are available to all residential students. Students must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher to live on campus.
Bayou Suites is a designated Scholars Hall. The minimum grade requirement to live in Bayou Suites is a 3.5 cumulative GPA for first time freshmen and a 3.3 cumulative GPA for current students. Beginning freshmen will be evaluated based upon their high school GPA.
The Bayou Village Apartments have two separate GPA requirements. Building five is designated for scholars with a required minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3. Buildings six and seven have a required cumulative GPA of 2.3 for all residents.
Customer service and a positive on-campus living experience is our goal. Every residence hall is staffed with student leaders - whose sole purpose is to develop a positive living environment in every building.
Please note: All students will need to have paid their bill online or at LACAP Federal Credit Union (located in University Commons II) prior to moving into their residence hall or apartment.