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Why live on campus?

This is one of the best parts of college. Everything is closer—friends, food, fun, classes. Do you ever hear someone complaining about the traffic on the sidewalk? Be steps away, not miles.

More benefits of living on campus:

  • Residents tend to have a higher GPA
  • More likely to graduate, and graduate sooner
  • Independence—it's like your first step to being on your own
 

How do I apply?

Applying is easy. You'll complete these 3 steps.

  1. Log in to your account using your username and student ID–check your admit packet
  2. Pay $100. This is non-refundable but $75 counts toward payment for classes once you register for them
  3. Submit your app and answer a few questions about your likes, dislikes, etc.

That's it. You're done. In the summer, you'll be able to pick your room and look for a roommate. We can also use your application to match you with a roommate.

 

Building & Room Details

Let's get this out of the way—all of the options below are space permitting. We don't have enough rooms for everybody. That's why you should reserve your spot as soon as you can. Here are some basics to know:

  • All freshmen live in Stella or Elizabeth Hall
  • All halls are co-ed
  • All rooms include:
    • XL twin bed
    • Desk and chair
    • Chest of drawers

Big things are happening in Residence Life. We've recently added a Which Wich, Starbucks and more in Gina's Café in the Martin Center.

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West Village Apartments

Looking to live on campus, but still get the apartment feel? West Village is for you. The clubhouse has laundry, activity space, kitchen, TV area and group study room. What's not to love? West Village is not available to freshmen.

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West Village Apartments

If you want roommates, but a room to yourself, pick the four-bedroom apartment. If you want it all to yourself, stay in an efficiency. All common areas include a full-size refrigerator, microwave, sink, seating and table.

Cost/Year: $6,410 – $10,524*

OC Hall Lobby
OC Hall

OC Hall has a large common area with a community kitchen—great for baking some cookies and watching your favorite show with your friends.

OC Hall Room
OC Hall

You and your roommate each get an XL twin bed, desk and chest of drawers. All rooms are suite-style, so you have a semi-private bathroom and shower that's shared with your neighbors.

Cost/Year: $4,950*

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Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth Hall has co-ed floors and a large living/activity room with a kitchen. There is a laundry room on each floor. Elizabeth is only available to freshmen.

A photo of a room in Elizabeth Hall.
Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth has suite-style rooms. You have a roommate, and share a bathroom with your neighbors—your suitemates. All rooms have XL-twin beds.

Cost/Year: $4,950*

Stella Game Room
Stella Hall

In addition to a living room and kitchen, Stella Hall has a gaming room on the main floor and laundry in the basement. Each floor has a TV lounge and study room. Stella is a freshman-only hall.

Stella Hall Room
Stella Hall

You and your roommate(s) each have an XL twin bed, desk, chair and chest of drawers. Each floor also has recently-renovated bathrooms.

Cost/Year: $4,950*

*Costs are for the 2020/21 academic year—excluding the Christmas and summer breaks.
Contact the Residence Life Office with questions.

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