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Housing for Academic Department Guests

Waldron appartmentsThe Office of the Provost, Housing and Food Services and the Purdue Research Foundation have partnered to offer new housing to visiting scholars or academic department guests.

The 125 Waldron apartments are located at the intersection of Waldron and 2nd St. in the center of Purdue’s campus. They sit one block from academic buildings and two blocks from State Street, well within walking distance of Chauncey Village and Wabash Landing. 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments are available for your visiting scholars or campus guests at a rate of $75/night per apartment. Housing will be available on August 1, 2014.

For a complete list of features and amenities for your specific unit and/or guest, please contact LeAnn Weir between 8 a.m.-4 p.m. EST at  765-496-3579 or email at Waldron125@purdue.edu.

Waldron appartment floor plans

Excerpts from the Policy & Procedure document for 125 Waldron Guest Apartments:  


There will be a five night minimum stay.

ANY and ALL occupants must be reported through Waldron assignment office.  It will not be acceptable to have one or more occupants leave and others arrive without prior authorization from the office.


Payment can be made in the form of personal credit card, cash, cashier’s check or department account numbers can be billed by UR. No personal checks will be accepted.
Deposit of first five nights rent will be due upon reservation of the apartment.
Payment of rent can be made on a monthly basis or at the end of the stay as one large payment for the entire stay (minus the deposit).


$75 per night per apartment* (regardless of number of bedrooms)  *Inn keepers tax and state tax will be included for stays of 30 nights or less.


60 day notice of cancellation = 100% refund of deposit
45 day notice of cancellation = 50% refund of deposit
30 day notice of cancellation = 25% refund of deposit
Less than 30 days notice = 0 refund


Any items found to be missing from the apartment after check-out will be replaced and billed to the person or department responsible for payment of rent.

Leave the space in the same condition in which you arrived.

Keys for check in can be obtained from a lockbox located at the building; the code will be given to the department/visitor in order to gain access.


There will be a $35 fee for a lost key to recoup the cost of changing the lock.
The value of the rent may be considered taxable income if a department is paying for a Purdue employee to live here.  The responsible “paying” department would need to work with their Payroll/Tax department to ensure that it is handled appropriately.
Occupants may not sublease.