|LUXURY RESIDENCE HALLS|
|Ivy House||Windsor Hall||Traditional University of Florida Residence Halls
|Luxury Residence Hall||Yes||Yes||No|
|Style?||Single, Double, & Triple||Single, Double & Triple||Double|
|Kitchen?||Gourmet Kitchen on 2nd Floor||Kitchenette||No|
|Living Space?||200 sqft||270 sqft||< 192 sqft|
|Bathroom?||Share with 5-6 other rooms||Private Bath: share only with your suitemates||Share with 35+ people|
|Roommate Matching?||Professional Roommate Matching||Professional Roommate Matching||No, Only Random Roommates.|
|Parking?||Assigned Available||Assigned Available||No|
|On-site Luxury Pool?||No||Yes||No|
|Co-ed or Female-only?||Female-only||2 buildings: 1 Co-ed and 1 Female-only||Co-ed|
|Which one is the best deal?||$534+ up||$554+ up||$662+ up|
University of Florida Students looking for the best housing options should strongly consider the Windsor Hall and Ivy House instead of the traditional University of Florida residence halls (such as Broward Hall, Beaty, Hume Hall, etc). These luxury residence halls offer the largest room sizes (up to 60% larger than traditional residence halls), newer accommodations, and an upscale setting where they can meet other students. Planning on rushing? Ivy House is the closest residence hall to the University of Florida's Sorority Row.
Windsor Hall is one of the most popular residence halls for University of Florida freshmen, because students are guaranteed placement into a room with an attached bathroom (rather than the standard "residence hall bathroom" that you share down the hall with 40+ other people). University of Florida residence halls comparisons can help you decide which is the best choice for you.
If you are coming to the University of Florida soon, you can schedule a tour and reserve a room in person.
Are you a Santa Fe student? Visit the webpage here .
Most incoming freshmen who tour all options choose a Windsor Hall Double Room.
"I got the 'college dorm experience' [at Windsor Hall] without having to worry about all the negatives of that freshmen experience in traditional dorms, like having to carry shampoo down the hall everyday and wear flip flops in the shower."
321 SW 13th St
Gainesville, FL 32601
(across the street from Tigert and Little Hall)
Monday-Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 4:30pm; Schedule Online or via phone (352) 376-6223.
Sunday: 11am - 4pm
Open extended hours during University of Florida Preview