Herron House

Thrive on-campus and live creatively

It's no secret—living on campus can be a predictor of student success. CollegeBasics.com offers seven compelling reasons for living on campus, such as getting better grades, expanding your social sphere, and saving money.

Located in IU Indianapolis's Riverwalk Apartments just a few blocks from Eskenazi Hall, Herron House provides a supportive residential community and fosters academic, personal, and creative excellence through student engagement.

Herron House residents also have access to community amenities as well as free shuttle transportation to and from classes and late-night transportation.

Why live in Herron House?

At Herron House, you can live, study, and socialize with other Herron students while participating in exclusive programming on campus and around the city.

Here, you will truly live among like-minded students in a creative atmosphere where exploring art and design is part of everyday life.

A student works on a computer in the Herron House.

0.9Driving miles to Eskenazi Hall

1.4Driving miles to Eskenazi Fine Arts Center

5 / 16Minutes by bike / foot to Eskenazi Hall

10 / 28Minutes by bike / foot to Eskenazi Fine Arts Center

Housing features

  • Apartment-style living with 11 four-bedroom units.
  • Two single bathrooms and full kitchen with dishwasher in each unit.
  • Furnished single-floor apartments with washer/dryer.
  • Access to residence hall amenities, including a convenience store.
  • 24-hour security and on-call housing staff.
  • Exterior doors with electronic card access.
  • 44 spaces are available.

Herron House eligibility

To be eligible for Herron House, students must be admitted and enrolled at Herron School of Art and Design for a minimum of 12 credit hours during the academic year.

For more information about Herron House, contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at (317) 274-7200 or by email at reslife@iu.edu

IUPUI housing

First-year students have the option to live in all of IU Indianapolis' on-campus housing, including other Riverwalk Apartments and dormitory-style residence halls such as Ball Hall, North Hall, and University Tower.

Learn more and apply for housing at reslife.iu.edu.