On-Campus Housing Options
If you’re a first-year student hoping to feel at home as quickly as possible, you may want to look into a room in a living-learning community (LLC), which places students into housing together based on various groups established by the university.
All students living in an LLC still need to complete a housing application at housing.ashland.edu for placement into LLC housing. Some groups also require coordination through a program coordinator, their contact information is included below.
There are a few LLCs that exist each year regularly:
In addition to our apartments and residence halls, there are also rooms in fraternity houses and USA House.
The USA house, located at 658 Olympic Circle, is available for those with military affiliation. If you are interested in living in the USA House, please contact the Office of Veteran Services prior to housing selection by emailing Chelsea Weiler at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mason Feeman at email@example.com.
Ashland Campus Apartments
We offer four-person apartments on the Ashland campus located on Samaritan Avenue. If you live in an apartment, you may still select any meal plan, but if you have senior status (90+ credit hours) you may opt out of having a meal plan.
Students select their apartments through an apartment lottery in the spring prior to the academic year in which they plan to reside there. The selection order for the apartment lottery is determined by a point-system based on GPA, credit hours and student conduct history. The apartment applications with the highest scores receive earlier lottery times, followed by those with lower scores in descending order. For a full explanation of this process, see the Apartment Agreement, which you can find at housing.ashland.edu under “resources.”
Photos of Ashland Campus Apartments
What Residents Say About Living in Ashland Campus Apartments
"The senior apartments are beautiful and well-kept. My roommates and I love to hang out in our spacious living room and cook together in our nice kitchen. The apartments are my favorite place I've lived on campus!"
"We love having a cozy space that we can make our own and live comfortably in. Being in an apartment has been a great outlet for allowing us to invite friends over and be together."
"I love living in the senior apartments because the apartment gives me more space, the freedom to cook all of my own meals, more space to entertain, private bathrooms and more privacy. Living here gives me a better sense of independence and the confidence to move out on my own after graduation."
College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CONHS) Apartments
If you are a nursing or health science student, you may reside in housing on the main campus or at the Mansfield College of Nursing and Health Sciences campus. Many students choose to spend the first two years on the main campus and then, during their last two years when classes take place on the Mansfield campus, move into CONHS apartments. There are two CONHS apartment buildings. Both are located directly behind the academic building.
Located at 1071 Marion Avenue on our Mansfield campus, each apartment comes unfurnished and has 2 spacious bedrooms and private bathrooms, with an open floor plan for the living room and full kitchen (fridge, stove/oven, and microwave included). Each apartment also has a patio/balcony. Only graduate students and students with a legal spouse and/or dependent children are eligible to live in 1071. Residents are allowed 1 pet (no ESA approval needed, but there is a $200 pet deposit required).
Located at 1081 Marion Avenue on our Mansfield campus, each apartment comes furnished and has 5 small bedrooms and 2 shared bathrooms, with an open floor plan for the living room and full kitchen (fridge, stove/oven, and microwave included). Each apartment also has a patio/balcony. Anyone is eligible to live in 1081. Residents must complete the ESA approval process to have an animal in the residence hall.
Interior Photos of CONHS Apartments
Graduate and Family Housing FAQs
2023 - 2024 Housing Rates
The following table shows the housing rates per person for the 2023–2024 academic year. These rates do not include the cost of a meal plan, which is mandatory for all residential students who are not living in a university apartment. For information about meal plan options and costs, visit the Student Dining page.
If you have any housing questions, please contact the Residence Life Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About the Different Types of Rooms
Regular Single: 1 set of furniture, typically a smaller-size room for one person
Regular Double: 2 sets of furniture
Regular Triple: 3 sets of furniture
Paid Single: A standard double-size room that one student pays to occupy alone. These rooms have 2 sets of furniture and may also be referred to as a “buyout.” Essentially, the student is paying to keep the second bed empty.
Paid Double: A standard triple-size room that two students pay to occupy by themselves. These rooms have 3 sets of furniture and may also be referred to as a “buyout.” Essentially, the two students are splitting the cost to keep the third bed empty. Housing is subject to change at the discretion of Ashland University.
|Residence Hall||Type of Room||Fall||Spring||Total|
|Regular Double or Triple||$3,250||$3,250||$6,500|
| Clark (sororities only)
|All Halls||Paid Single||$4,170||$4,170||$8,340|
|Regular Double or Triple||$3,290||$3,290||$6,580|
|Clayton Suite||Regular Double||$3,860||$3,860||$7,720|
|Fraternity & USA Houses||Single/Double||$3,290||$3,290||$6,580|
|Ashland Campus Apartments||n/a||$3,870||$3,870||$7,740|
|CONHS Apartments (1081 - Undergraduate)||n/a||$3,840||$3,840||$7,680|
|CONHS Apartments (1071 - Graduate & Family)||n/a||$4,995||$4,995||$9,900|