Where to Live-IL

Your home away from home. Midwestern University offers a variety of housing options designed for graduate students.

Redwood Hall I

Redwood Hall I is a modern student residence facility that features 80 single occupancy residence hall rooms. Each room includes a bathroom shared by two adjoining residents, air conditioning, wireless Internet, wall-to-wall carpeting, bed, built-in closet, dresser, desk and chair. Five single occupancy rooms are available with private bathrooms. Each floor has access to a microwave, study room, and free laundry.

Redwood Hall II

Redwood Hall II features a variety of floor plans, with single occupancy rooms for 131 residents. Each room includes a private or shared bathroom, air conditioning, wireless Internet, wall-to-wall carpeting, bed, dresser, built-in closet, desk and chair. There are free laundry facilities available on each floor, with two full sized kitchens housed in the lower level of the building. Redwood Hall II also houses the Dorothy and Ward Perrin Interfaith Chapel.

The Pines Apartments

The Pines Apartments are tucked away between two groves of trees, providing both the convenience of on-campus living and the privacy of an apartment. Each of the 48 apartments one-bedroom apartments offers 500 square feet of living space, wireless Internet, kitchenette with stove and refrigerator; and central air conditioning and heating units.  Apartments are furnished by student occupants.

For current rates, email Kendra Hoes at khoes@midwestern.edu.

Housing Options