With rooms that sleep two to four students, our first-year residence halls come equipped with social and study lounges, wireless Internet, a computer lab, laundry rooms, and a kitchen.
Our new student page can teach you more about your future home, including how roommates are selected, and if you can’t visit in person, you can take a virtual tour of your residence hall before you move in.
Our residence halls are staffed by compassionate, trustworthy, and approachable upper-class students and Residence Life professionals who help you make the most of your experience.
Students currently living on campus select next year’s housing through a room draw, with preference given to students with the highest number of credit hours completed. Upper-class student housing includes college-owned houses, apartments, or townhouses, or clusters and suites in on-campus residence halls.
As part of your selection process, you can compare room rates among all campus housing options.