While students of the same gender share rooms and bathrooms, the residence hall floors are co-ed, so both male students and female students may find themselves living on the same floor together.
The residence halls remain open for continued occupancy from the beginning of the contract through the last day of occupancy in May listed in the student handbook. We no longer close for Winter Break. However, there is an additional charge to stay during Winter Break.
We do not currently provide this kind of housing.
Your housing fee includes a furnished room, suite or apartment, utilities (except phone line), network data connection for computer (on-campus facilities only), cable television service, and laundry.
Your room/suite is furnished with a single bed with an 80-inch mattress, individual desk with chair, chest of drawers, microwave, refrigerator, and blinds.
Please do not bring pets of any kind, weapons, dart boards, fireworks, waterbeds, candles, or halogen lamps.
You should plan to bring sheets (single, 80 inches), mattress pad, pillows, blankets/bedspread, towels, a desk lamp, an alarm clock, a padlock for your security box/drawer, cleaning supplies, laundry basket/bag, and a computer (strongly encouraged, but not required).
When you are admitted to the University, you will receive access to the online housing application, which will include a questionnaire designed to help us match you with a compatible roommate. While we cannot guarantee a perfect roommate match, we try to assign students together who have similar interests. It is important that you complete the online application honestly. Approximately 3-4 weeks prior to your arrival, you will receive a letter notifying you of your roommate. At that time, we encourage you to contact your prospective roommate, not only to get to know him/her, but also to coordinate who will bring certain items. We do supply each student with a computer/data line, access to the wireless network and one TV service connection per room.