About Living on Campus
All undergraduate students under the age of 21 are required to live on campus until they have completed 90 credit hours. Optional on-campus housing is available for upperclassmen and professional students.
North Residence Hall
First-year and sophomore students reside in the private-access, 220-bed North Residence Hall. North Residence Hall is located on the fifth through seventh floors of the Recreation and Student Center and is designed to foster a
South Residence Hall
Junior and professional students live in South Residence Hall. South Residence Hall is designed to provide upperclassmen students with the freedom to live independently or with roommates without the hassle of finding an apartment off campus.
Our residence halls offer fun activities and helpful programming such as:
- Movie, board game and painting nights
- Time management training
- Pizza parties, nacho nights and espresso breaks
- Faculty dinners
- Study groups
Upperclassmen serve as resident assistants (RAs) and live on-site to help students with any needs, questions and advice. RAs are specially trained to handle a variety of situations, including roommate conflicts, academic issues, homesickness, depression, stress, noise
A full-time residence hall coordinator also lives on-site and is available to assist residents.