Making Yourself at Home
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Spontaneous fun, unpacking suitcases, intriguing roommates, kindness and consideration, midnight coffee-breaks during all-night study sessions, discipline and responsibility…residential life at UNK is an exciting way to take the first step towards independent living.
Living in a friendly and supportive community of more than 2,600 students, you will discover how easy it is to find common ground and make new friends. To accept, understand and respect differences. To be flexible so you may succeed in a dynamic, evolving world. This is why most freshmen are required to live on-campus at UNK.
As a residential student at UNK, you’ll discover a variety of living options to suit your specific needs. On-campus housing facilities include ten traditional residence halls, an apartment-style complex, as well as two Greek complexes. To help make your transition easier, each facility offers easy access both to a live-in Hall Director, as well as live-in Resident Assistant on every floor.
Spacious and comfortable, each residence hall features comfortable lounges, recreational areas, kitchens, laundry facilities, study areas, and even computer labs networked to our mainframe computers.
Our residence halls include:
- Centennial Towers East Hall - Semi Suite
- (Centennial Towers West Hall) Will be down for renovations during 2012-2013 academic year
- Antelope/Nester Complex
- Conrad Hall
- Men’s Hall
- Mantor Hall
- Martin Hall
- Randall Hall
The University Residence North and the University Residence South accommodate UNK students who are members of one of our many Greek organizations, as well as ROTC learning communities. For more information about Greek Life, visit their page.
To make it easier for you to meet and interact with other students who share your interests, UNK also offers special environment floors.
- Honors Hall
- Thompson Scholars Learning Community
- Apartment Style Suites
- Learning Communities coordinated by the College of Education, and the Dean of Student Affairs
To find out more about the many housing options available at UNK,
head to the Office of Residence Life, or schedule a campus visit.