Home Away From Home
Living on campus can be a fun part of your college experience as well as
a great convenience. It’s also one of the biggest adjustments you’ll
make as you transition from high school to college and can inspire a lot
of questions. You’ll find many of the answers here.
If you aren't able to find what you're looking for here, we suggest that
you contact the residence life office at
or at 260.422.5561, ext. 2234 if you have any questions.
Housing with you in mind
Freshmen are typically assigned to the Pierson Center. If space permits
or if selected as part of the career living, learning community,
freshmen may request to be placed in Evans-Kimmell Hall or Frank and
Anne Oropeza Hall. Upperclassmen have more options and may choose from
those hall already mentioned as well as Yergens-Roger's Hall.
For more information on each residence hall, including a list of
ammenities, photo galleries, and what you should
plan to bring
during your move-in, visit our residence halls pages.
Save time and money with Dorm-In-A-Box
Want to save time on shopping, Indiana Tech has partnered with
Dorm-In-A-Box to offer you a low cost solution in obtaining most of your
university housing needs. To keep the cost to our students as low as
possible, the university has chosen to waive any commission we would
have received from this partnership.
Apply for housing, pay your dorm deposit
To submit a housing application for one of our residence halls, or to
pay your dorm deposit, please select the appropriate button below.
Residence life staff
Want to get to know our residence life staff better? Check out
their staff page
Frequently asked questions
Below are just a few of the more commonly asked questions our office
receives from prospective students. If you have a question that is not
answered here, please feel free to
one of our admissions counselors.
How many residence halls does Indiana Tech have?
Do I have to live on campus?
How do I apply for housing?
What does it cost to live on campus?
How are roommates assigned?
Can I have a car on campus?
How to I receive mail/packages when living on campus?