Residence Life offers many programs, services and opportunities to create a welcoming “home away from home” for our students. We are committed to helping all students succeed academically as well as build positive, interpersonal relationships in an inclusive community.
We encourage students to not only participate in hall programs, but also take part in planning them. Becoming actively engaged in campus life creates an environment where everyone benefits. Respecting other residents, considering their study and sleeping needs, and keeping our halls clean and safe are priorities. Residents in our halls gain life skills, learn how to build community, and excel in their academics.
Residence Hall Activities
Throughout the year, residence halls organize games and activities to build friendships and have some fun.
Moving to Campus
Learn about what you need to know about moving to campus as a new, athletic, international, or returning student.
All non-veterans, unmarried freshman and sophomore students, under the age of 20, are required to live in the residence halls and participate in a university meal plan.
Residence Life Student Staff
Learn about the different student roles in Residence Life.
Benefits of Living on Campus
- Meet new people
- Steps away from on-campus events and entertainment
- No deposit required
- Room key access
- Fully-furnished rooms
- Location, location, location
- Worry free utilities and maintenance
- Higher graduation rates than students who live off campus
- Juniors and seniors receive a 20 percent discount
- Gender inclusive housing options
- Our residence halls are safe and secure
We’re Here to Help
If you have any questions about living on campus, don’t hesitate to contact us.