Freeman Hall is gender inclusive and is designed to provide a supportive housing option to students of all gender identities. This is an on-campus residence option that gives students of all genders and gender expressions the opportunity to live together. Gender-Inclusive Housing (GIH) facilities, room assignments, and programming support gender diversity.
All students are welcome to live in GIH. Driven by student demand, one of the intentions of GIH is to help students find a truly compatible roommate, so roommate pairs may be of any gender. This option is not intended for romantic partners who wish to live together.
Have more questions about gender-inclusive housing? Explore our FAQ.
|Open Winter Break||Yes|
|Meal Plan Required||Yes|
|Kitchenette||Students in Freeman can use the Roberts kitchenette.|
|Furnishings||Lofted bed; desk with bookshelf and desk chair; built-in closet with three-drawer dresser OR wardrobe with drawers (please check floor plan); window blinds; wastebasket; recycling basket; mirror and towel bar. Freeman Hall features a large parlor with air conditioning and plenty of soft seating for a comfortable place to study, play the piano, enjoy a game of cards with friends or just relax.|
|Laundry||The laundry room is located in the first floor. It has four washers and dryers, a rinse sink and vending machines.|
- Single $5819
Want to Live in Freeman?
GIH is available to all ISU students who are eligible to live in on-campus housing and is an opt-in community. To live in GIH, simply select Gender-Inclusive Housing when you complete your housing contract, located on the Learning Community Request page, then fill out the Opt-In form. We also suggest listing Freeman Hall as your top Room Preferences.