Living at Union, attending elsewhere

Students at Bryan College of Health Sciences may apply to live in Union College residence halls and apartment housing. If you are interested in living at Union College, here are some things you need to know:

Residence Hall

Rees Hall, our four-story women’s residence hall, features a spacious lobby, community kitchen and eating area, student club room, laundry facilities, a large chapel, shared hall bathrooms and free Wi-Fi and ethernet internet access.

You can find more information and photos here. If you would like to learn more about living in Rees Hall, please contact Dean Emily Patterson at emily.patterson@ucollege.edu

Each room includes:

  • Two closets with doors
  • Mini blinds on the windows
  • Two beds (most rooms have bunk beds)
  • Sink/mirror
  • Air conditioning
  • Internet connections—both wired and wireless

Costs

  • Single occupancy: $3,150 per semester
  • Double occupancy: $2,100 per semester
  • (Note: Bryan College will help you find a roommate if you are interested in double occupancy).

Rules and regulations for Rees Hall

  • Rees Hall is not a coed dormitory. Men are permitted in the lobby at the following times:
    • Sunday - Friday: 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. 
    • Saturday: 6:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. 

      Men found in other areas of the dorm without the dean’s permission will be subject to discipline.
  • Curfew hours for freshmen (less than 24 credit hours)
    • 11:00 p.m. Sunday through Friday
    • 1:00 a.m. Saturday night.

      For additional curfew times please see the Student Handbook.
  • Fish in small tanks are the ONLY pets allowed in Rees Hall.
     
  • Union College is an alcohol, tobacco, weapon and drug-free campus.

Dining options

Bryan College of Health Sciences students who live in our residential facilities may purchase a meal plan to eat in Union Market, our dining hall. Union Market provides a wide variety of tasty and nutritious vegetarian options. Union Market is open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. during the week and has variety hours on weekends and when school is not in session (see the schedule).

Costs

Students who live in the residence hall may purchase a semester plan for $3,050. Students who live in rental units may purchase plans starting at $250. Buying a meal plan will significantly discount the cost versus paying cash.

Rental apartments

Union College offers a number of one and two-bedroom apartment units for rent in buildings immediately surrounding our campus at 3800 South 48th Street.

  • Some units include washer/dryer and internet access.
  • All units include trash, some include water.
  • Lawn care and snow removal included.

Costs

  • One bedroom units range from $475 - $760 per month.
  • Two bedroom units range from $620 - $855 per month.
  • The security deposit is equal to one month's rent.
  • $15 key deposit for each key

Apartment regulations

  • No smoking, alcohol, weapons or illegal drugs are permitted in Union College apartments.
  • No pets.
  • Only tenants of the same gender are allowed to share an apartment rental.

Click here to apply for a Union College apartment rental.