Housing Options

Residence Life

Suites I & II

Each suite is designed to accommodate four students and includes a living room, four bedrooms, and two bathrooms. All suites are furnished with bedroom furniture. Mini-blinds are also provided. Students need to bring their own bed linens and pillows, bath towels, plus any other amenities they wish to have.

Students living in the suites eat their meals in the cafeteria. Students can purchase either an Unlimited Meal Plan or the 12 flex Meal Plan. Microwaves and small refrigerators are allowed in the rooms. Laundry facilities and a computer lab are also located in the building for the students’ convenience.

Suites Floor Plan

Village

Each apartment is designed with a living room, dining area, two bedrooms, bathroom, and kitchen.  Students can chose from a quad option meaning four total students live in the apartment or a single option meaning two total students live in the apartment.

All apartments are furnished with dining room, and bedroom furniture, plus a stove and refrigerator.  Students need to bring their own cooking and eating utensils, bed linens and pillows, bath towels, plus any other amenities they wish to have.

Because each apartment includes a kitchen, students living in the apartments have the option of doing their own cooking or eating in the cafeteria on a meal plan.

Village Floor plan

Tower

Iowa Western’s residence hall is a high rise, five-story building that houses male students. Rooms are spacious, measuring 10 feet by 17½ feet. Students can choose a double option meaning two students live in each room or a single option meaning only one student lives in a room.

Each room is furnished with two beds, two study units, two wardrobes, and two dressers, and each room has its own heating and air-conditioning units.  Blinds are provided for all windows, but students will need to bring their own bed linens and pillows, bath towels, and any other amenities they wish to have.  Microwaves and small refrigerators are allowed in the rooms. All students living in the Tower are required to have a meal plan. 

The Reiver Tower provides students with several options for unwinding after a stressful test or study session.  The game area, located on the main floor, is equipped with two pool tables, a ping pong table, and a large-screen TV.  Students are encouraged to use the area to relax, have fun, and make friends.  Laundry facilities and a computer lab are also located in the building for the students’ convenience.