First-year students live in CIA's Uptown Residence Hall, located on Euclid Avenue in the heart of the Uptown neighborhood in University Circle, just steps from our campus. It is a great community for students in their first year who want to be close to the school.
The residence hall is comprised of two-bedroom suites that house two students per bedroom. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and comes with a bed (which can be bunked), four-drawer dresser (which can be unstacked as two two-drawer dressers to fit under the bed), and wardrobe. Pocket doors separate the bedroom from the common area.
The common area includes a kitchenette with sink, cabinets, refrigerator, and counter. It is set aside as a work-room, equipped with a drawing table and stool, so that students may work on projects.
No problem. The hall has several spaces for hanging out, watching TV, studying, working out, and basking in the sun. Each floor has its own social lounge where students can congregate. The hall also has a cardio lounge with treadmills, elliptical machines, and stationary bikes—the perfect place to relieve some stress. In addition, there are two quiet study areas with tables and chairs and a print station. There are also three outdoor patios (including one that overlooks Euclid Avenue and MOCA Cleveland, and another that is on the roof!).
Other amenities include a laundry room on the fourth floor and mailboxes in the lobby.
The majority of rooms are two-bedroom suites. The bedrooms measure 15'11" L x 8'11" W. The bathroom is 6'11 x 5'. The common area workroom is 15'11" L x 12' W and the kitchenette is 8'6"L x 12' W.
Each suite comes with the following furniture per student. The furniture is a dark wood stain (as seen in the dresser photo below).
Uptown Residence Hall, Apartment ###
c/o Cleveland Institute of Art
11610 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
11421 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106
Click here to download a PDF copy of CIA's Housing Contract.