Housing and Residential Life

During your first year on campus, where you'll live in one of two newly renovated residence halls, you will become part of a community. Floors are divided into sections of 12 to 20 students, each supervised by a student resident adviser. Whether you choose a single-sex or co-ed hall, a single or a double room, your hallmates will expose you to new experiences, backgrounds and ideas. They will become your first friends in college, and often, your friends for life.

As a sophomore and junior, you will have a wide variety of housing options, including apartments, townhouses, Greek housing and theme houses. Seniors typically make living arrangements off campus, but you can live on campus all four years if you choose.

First-Year Housing

Gaines Hall - First Year Housing
Graham-Lees Hall - First Year Housing
Friends Hanging out In Graham-Lees
Student Studying in His Room in Graham-Lees Hall.
Roommates in Gaines Hall