Living on campus has some serious perks, from being close to your classes, to countless opportunities to meet new people, to support from professional Residence Life staff. Our residence halls come in all shapes and sizes — traditional, suite and apartment style — and include laundry facilities, lounges, Wi-Fi, and furniture. All buildings are co-ed, tobacco-free, and alcohol-free.
The University apartments provide the opportunity for an independent living space, with the added convenience and benefits of still living on campus. If you are an incoming transfer student or need family housing, this may be the option for you. The University apartments offer one- and two-bedroom apartment spaces, with a kitchenette for each unit.