COVID-19 Updates and Information

Your Housing Options

Students have a wide range of options for living on campus

  • On-campus housing, including an apartment complex right on campus
  • Special living and learning opportunities for new student residents

Accessible Housing Acknowledgement

Frostburg State University offers accessible on-campus housing to students with qualifying, documented disabilities or needs. It is the student's right and responsibility to request accessible housing at their discretion. If you require accessible housing, please contact Disability Support Services at 301-687-4483 at least 90 days prior to the desired residency, medical single room accommodations will be billed at the lowest rate for the building chosen.

On-campus housing

Frostburg has a variety of on-campus housing options, from traditional and high-rise residence halls. Click on the links below for a closer look at each hall and the included amenities they feature at no extra costs.

Allen Hall


Annapolis Hall


Brownsville Hall


Cumberland Hall


Diehl Hall




Frost Hall


Gray Hall


Simpson Hall


Sowers Hall


Westminster Hall



Special interest communities

New on-campus students can choose to join a special interest community. These living/learning communities are a great way to get connected with people who share your passions and with resources that help you get to where you want to be. FSU’s communities range from freshmen adjusting to life on campus, to scholars immersing themselves in their field of study, to citizen leaders helping to make the world a better place. Check to see if one of FSU’s resident communities might have something special to offer you!

First Year Experience (FYE)

The First Year Experience offers activities to help with the transition from high school to college.

Single Gender Housing

Female freshmen and upperclass students can live in a single-sex environment in Simpson Hall with a small community of about 80 residents.

Honors Housing

Choose single or double rooms, and get to know other first-year students enrolled in FSU's Honors Program. Upperclassmen in the Honors Program are welcome to choose 6th floor of our new residence hall.


Incoming freshmen with an interest in science, technology, engineering or math can live, study and network together in one of FSU's residence halls.


In this AmeriCorps initiative, you can join with other first-year students and improve your neighborhood through local community service.

Gender-Inclusive Housing

Students in Gender-Inclusive Housing celebrate diversity and welcome gender identities and expressions of all kinds in a safe, judgment-free environment.

Fraternity and Sorority Housing

Students in Fraternities and Sororities may choose to live in large quads in Westminster Hall. These quads offer multiple double rooms, a shared restroom, and large storage space for organizational belongings.

Nursing and Health Sciences Community

Linking nursing and health science majors and intended majors with faculty to support their academic journey.

Education Community

Linking education majors and intended majors with education faculty to support their academic journey.

Upperclass Housing

Upperclass students wishing to reside on campus may select from options in the high rise halls.


Where do I sign up?

If one of these communities interests you, learn more about how and when to apply for housing online.

Other Housing Option

Apartment living in Edgewood Commons is privately owned and conveniently located on the south end of campus.


Off-Campus Housing

Please contact The City of Frostburg (301-689-6000) or refer to their website for more information. 


FSU Residence Life is ready to answer your questions. Call 301-687-4121 or email