Residential Life houses over 5,500 undergraduate students on four residential campuses: Redstone, Athletic, Central and Trinity. In addition to traditional halls, ResLife offers apartments and family housing for nontraditional students, graduate students, and students with families.
First and second year students must live on campus if they are not commuter students.
- Complete a Housing and Meal Plan Contract in mid-May after the acceptance fee is received. All students will be notified of housing assignments in mid-August.
- Take a tour of the ResLife halls!
- For more information, visit the FAQs!
Residential Learning Communities and Special Interest Communities are designed to engage the whole student, tying together intellectual, ethical, and social aspects of college life so that the individual student becomes part of a true community. Students, faculty, and staff are given the opportunity to interact outside the classroom to encourage the pursuit of knowledge as a lifetime activity.
Some communities include:
- Arts Initiative
- Global Village
- Health & Wellness
- Honors College
- Academic Break Housing
- Dewey House for Civic Engagement
- Gender Neutral Housing (GNH)
- Cooperative Living on Trinity Campus
- Living and Learning Center Programs (web link to applications)
- Rainbow Cottages
- S.A.F.E. (Substance and Alcohol Free Environment) Program
- Slade Environmental Cooperative.
Transfer Students can fill out a housing request form to be put on the wait list for on campus housing.
Please visit the Living Off Campus section of this site for more information!
Last modified January 06 2011 02:20 PM