1. College Life
You can experience the Total College Experience…you have the rest of your life to live off campus!
You don’t have to waste time fighting traffic and hunting for parking spaces before class. You can sleep longer and you save a lot of money on gas.
3. Close to everything
You are just a short walk away from academic buildings, campus activities, sporting events, and student services such as advising, health services, and dining areas.
4. Have the time of your life!
Don’t just go to school – join student organizations; attend athletics events, concerts, conferences and special lectures; experience everything the campus has to offer!
5. You don’t have to cook!
What could be better than to have several options available within walking distance? The main dining hall offers many home-cooked options, a Mongolian Grill, as well as quick choices such as Bamboo Asian Cuisine, Subway, Coyote Jack’s Grill, Starbucks, and Outtakes (a grab-and-go market). Also, coming soon are Red Mango Frozen Yogurt, Papa Johns Pizzeria, and Smashers Burgers.
6. No Hidden Costs!
No need to be concerned with monthly rent, utility and cable bills, buying furniture, paying for repairs, or groceries. Through the room and board costs, all of that is covered!
It’s much easier to get acquainted with your peers when you are living down the hall from them. The residence halls offer many opportunities to participate in a variety of activities that will help you get acquainted. These friendships will last a lifetime!
8. Personal Support
With college life, comes transition. You’re not alone academically or socially when you live in the halls. You will be living with people who are going through or have gone through the same experiences. Hall and Complex Directors and Resident Assistants that live in the halls are always available for support, assistance, and advice.
9. Academic Success
Research of college students across the nation shows that students who live on campus are more satisfied with their college experience, earn higher grade point averages, and are more likely to graduate than their commuting peers.