Residence halls provide the group-living experience necessary for a well-rounded college life. This experience includes impromptu chat sessions, studying, movies, video games, and even a little sleep. With less than 25 people on a floor, students develop meaningful relationships with roommates and others that can last a lifetime.
Four residence halls (East, Regier, Ediger and Townhouses) are available for women and seven (Cedar, Dakota, California, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Townhouses and Kansas) are available for men. All halls are within walking distance of the campus. Several theme houses located adjacent to campus, are available for upperclassmen.
Theme housing is an option for students with common academic and extra-curricular interests. It is intended to be a formative living and learning community designed to integrate students’ residential, academic, and extra-curricular experiences. Themes for a living community might focus on a common extra-curricular activity, academic major, campus organization, or common interest. Residents of a theme house meet weekly to discuss their theme and make valuable contributions to the broader community by providing various programs or events focused on their particular theme.
Each hall is staffed by a residence director and resident assistants to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all resident students.