July 21, 2022
October 30, 2013 - Students who don’t currently live on campus but want to do so in the spring semester can now start booking their rooms.
Most of the university’s seven residential facilities have space available.
“This is a great opportunity for students who have thought about living on campus but were hesitant to commit to a full academic year,” said Don Yackley, executive director of Student Housing and Residential Life. “They can sign up for the spring and experience all that on-campus living has to offer.”
There are numerous advantages to living on campus. It’s convenient. Residents are just a short walk away from their classes, campus activities, the library, and dining halls. They don’t have to worry about finding a parking space. It’s also educational. Live-in faculty from different disciplines and fields live in most of the residential facilities. They work with housing staff to provide residents with fun and educational programs. Most of all, living on campus is just fun. Plain and simple.
More information about each of the facilities can be found on the Student Housing and Residential Life website. Each facility has its own eligibility requirements.