Helpful information for both new and returning students when moving into our residence halls!
Living on Campus
The Residence Life team nurtures a welcoming and inclusive environment for more than 1,400 residents within its four residential facilities.
- Hermann Viets Tower (VT) is a traditional-style residence hall accommodating up to 538 students.
- Margaret Loock Residence Hall (MLH) is a traditional-style residence hall accommodating up to 427 students.
- Regents Residence Hall (RGN) is a suite-style residence hall accommodating up to 88 students.
- Grohmann Tower (GT) is an apartment-style residential building accommodating more than 350 residents (e.g., students, faculty, and staff).
Living on campus is a great way to meet new people, experience Milwaukee events, and have the convenience of all campus resources nearby. Nearly all first-year and second-year students live on campus in our residence halls. All unmarried first-year and second-year students under 21 live in one of our residence halls unless their primary residence is within 30 miles of campus.
What We Offer
We offer single-gender or co-ed floors in our traditional residence halls (Herman Viets Tower, Margaret Loock Residence Hall), gender-inclusive, suite-style housing (Regents Residence Hall), and apartment-style housing (Grohmann Tower). Contact Living at MSOE to learn more about options and eligibility.
The Residential Experience
Our newest residence hall is Hermann Viets Tower, which opened in Fall 2021. Our residential experience offers ample student engagement opportunities, including Living Learning Communities, Interest Communities, and the Residence Hall Association. Incoming first-year nursing students can live alongside like-minded individuals in the Nursing Living Learning Community and engage in academic support and community-building. Check your current room and meal plan information on your myMSOE student page.
Find our more about life in the MSOE Residence Halls.
Helpful information for both new and returning students when moving into Grohmann Tower.
Find out information on the Grohmann Tower apartments.
Incoming freshman can live alongside like-minded individuals and collaborate with both the School of Nursing and Residence Life to engage in academic support and community-building.
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