Housing and Residential Life
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 9:25 AM
The University has substantially decreased the number of students who can live in our residence halls. We will do our best to provide housing for those students who meet one or more of the criteria; however, eligibility under the criteria does not guarantee on-campus housing, and changing circumstances may require additional restrictions. Read more here.
The departments of Housing, Dining, & Residence Life are here to make your university living experience a safe and memorable one. We have a wide variety of housing options to meet our residents' needs. Please remember, though, freshmen students are required to live in a campus residence hall or Greek chapter house. Get all the details in Housing Information and at the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life.
When you live in one of our on-campus communities, Residence Life is here to help you make connections with others. Because we value the development of each person, we help you and your peers with interpersonal communication, life skills, and personal growth. We provide a safe and supportive environment where we promote not only education but leadership opportunities and intercultural awareness. We celebrate our commonalities, our diverse backgrounds and aspire to help everyone find success!
We also offer many Dining options to satisfy your hunger and dietary requirements. Whether you live in a residence hall, Greek house, University apartment or off-campus; we have what you want!
Housing, Dining, and Residence Life are a part of the Division of Student Affairs.