University of Illinois at Chicago

 The newly built UIC Academic and Residential Complex
The newly built UIC Academic and Residential Complex

ABOUT US
818 S. Wolcott Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60612

The department of Campus Housing at the University of Illinois at Chicago has available accommodations for interns working in the Chicagoland area, whether you are local to Chicago or moving here for your summer internship.

Intern Housing accommodations feature fully furnished 2 or 4-person apartments with private bedrooms and shared bathroom, kitchen, and living room spaces.

For all applications please go to https://apps.housing.uic.edu/app/intern

Nearby Transportation

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Metro
Subway
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Housing Availability

  Minimum Length of Stay: One week
  Maximum Length of Stay: Thirteen weeks
  First Check In: May 24, 2020
  Last Check Out: August 2, 2020

Housing Options

The University of Illinois at Chicago offers housing options in three different residence halls on campus.
Benefits of living in Campus Housing include:

Thomas Beckham / Marie Robinson Halls:
7-21 nights - $48/night
22+ nights - $45/night

Academic and Residential Complex:
Double - $35/night
Suite Double - $50/night
Suite Single - $55/night

Early Move-In
An early arrival starting on May 17, 2020, can be arranged for an additional fee ($100 plus additional nightly rates) – dependent upon availability.

Late Check-Out
A late departure of August 9, 2020, can be arranged for an additional fee ($100 plus additional nightly rates) – dependent upon availability.

Residence Types:
Residence Halls
Suite/Apartment
Bathroom Types:
Communal
Shared

Marie Robinson Hall

Shared living room in MRH/TBH

Marie Robinson Hall (MRH) is an apartment style residence hall with all students living in individual bedrooms. All apartments are equipped with full kitchens and private bathrooms. While most residents occupy 4-person apartments, there are also a number of 2-person apartments.

 

 

Building

  • Air conditioning and heat
  • Free laundry
  • Kitchenettes and vending machines
  • Computer lab
  • Lounges and common areas
  • Walking distance to cafeterias and recreational facilities
  • Gender inclusive apartments available

Room

  • Extra-long twin bed
  • Desk and chair
  • Clothes closet and storage drawers
  • Cable TV connection
  • High-speed internet connection (including wireless)
  • Kitchen – Refrigerator, microwave, stove/oven
  • Dining/Living Room – Dining table and chairs, living room chairs and couch, coffee table

Residence Type: Residence Hall Suite/Apartment
Occupancy Type: Double
Bath Type: Shared
Fully Furnished: Yes
Air Conditioning: Yes
Washer/Dryer: Yes

Thomas Beckham Hall

 Shared living room in MRH/TBH

Thomas Beckham Hall (TBH) is a 4-story apartment-style building on the south side of campus. All students have individual bedrooms in attractive apartments with living rooms, kitchen and bathrooms. TBH also has extensive lounge and study rooms, a computer lab, TV lounge and laundry rooms. 

 

 

Building

  • Air conditioning and heat
  • Free laundry
  • Computer lab
  • Lounges and common areas
  • Gender inclusive apartments available

Room

  • Extra-long twin bed
  • Desk and chair
  • Clothes closet and storage drawers
  • Cable TV connection
  • High-speed internet connection (including wireless)
  • Kitchen – Refrigerator, microwave, stove/oven
  • Dining/Living Room – Dining table and chairs, couch, two living room chairs, coffee table

Residence Type: Residence Hall Suite/Apartment
Occupancy Type: Double
Bath Type: Shared
Fully Furnished: Yes
Air Conditioning: Yes
Washer/Dryer: Yes

Academic and Residential Complex

 Semi-suite double bedroom in the ARC

This new living-learning community located near Harrison and Morgan Streets is more than 151,000 square feet. The 10-story building provides residential accommodations for approximately 550 students in a traditional and semi-suite style environment.

Within the residential component, approximately 16,000 square feet features a fitness center, multiple social and/or gaming lounges, study lounges on each floor, laundry facilities, offices, and a tenth-floor sky lounge. The Academic & Residential Complex is LEED Gold certified by the US Green Building Council.

In addition to the residential components, the more than 50,000 square feet of academic space, includes three large lecture halls featuring “turn to team” design elements and four classrooms that enable team based learning. There are also several small group study rooms and open collaboration or individual work spaces, a tutoring center, along with computer stations, printers, and an IT helpdesk. The retail space is occupied by Starbucks.

Features & Amenities

  • Traditional Single and Traditional Double units have shared bathrooms on the same floor, sharing with up to 18 other residents on that floor
  •  Semi-suite units have private bathrooms in their unit, shared only with other residents of that unit
  • 6’ closet with a shelf and hanging rod
  • Extra-long lofted twin bed
  • Dresser with 4 drawers
  • Desk and chair
  • Garbage and recycling chutes – no trash rooms
  • Social and programing space for the floor
  • Third-floor academic space has large glass half-wall allowing natural light from outside and views to the first floor
  • Tenth-floor sky lounge
  • High-speed wireless internet

Residence Type: Residence Hall Suite/Apartment
Occupancy Type: Double
Bath Type: Communal Shared
Fully Furnished: Yes
Air Conditioning: Yes
Washer/Dryer: Yes

On-site Amenities


No Hidden Costs: all amenities and utilities are included in our rates in addition to
free wireless internet
free laundry
free cable TV (must provide your own TV)
kitchen amenities available
mail service
24-hour Security

Other Amenities for Purchase:
"On-The-Go" Linen Package - $49
Parking Pass - $15/day
Gym Membership - $15/day
ADA Accessible
Basketball Courts
Billiards
Bowling
Common Area
Desk
Dresser
Fitness Center
Library Access
Microwave
Oven
Refrigerator
Sofa
Stovetop
Swimming Pool
Wi-Fi

Around Us

Our housing is nestled in the heart of the city’s University Village neighborhood, which is home to many restaurants, coffee houses, and shops!

Live among a diverse group of college students and other young adults with a similar mission who call University Village and UIC their home!

Banks
Dining Options
Gas Stations
Grocery Shopping
Medical Facilities
Nightlife
Shopping

Payment Methods

Credit Card

Requirements

Gov. Issued I.D.
Proof of Internship
Valid Student I.D.