Residence Halls

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Halls by Category 

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Apartment-style Living

The Office of Residential Life offers nine apartment-style spaces for upperclassmen to experience a more independent lifestyle.  Each apartment has a private living room and kitchen, and houses between two and seven residents.  Depending on interest or construction projects of residential spaces on campus each year, some of the apartments may be assigned as special interest housing.  Any apartment not specifically assigned will be available for selection during the normal room draw process in the spring.


Special Interest Housing

Along with traditional residential living facilities, Residential Life offers an array of smaller special interest houses for sophomore, junior, and senior students.  These houses are intentionally designed living-learning spaces that bring students together for an enhanced residential experience.  Occupancy in each house is limited, ranging from five to twelve students, and offers a more independent style of living with each house having its own full kitchen and living space.

While some of our houses are historical (meaning the theme of the house does not change year to year), many of our houses are open for application each year.   Students may submit a proposal for a themed house during the spring semester for any of the houses that are not historical.  Proposals should highlight a shared academic or co-curricular interest, explain how the house and its programs would benefit both the residents living in the house and the campus community, list the residents that would like to live in the house, and provide a plan for funding and facutly/staff support.  Click here for more information about special interest house applications.

Historical Theme Houses

Student Emergency Response Houses

  • EMS Housing
  • Fire Team Housing

Greek Houses

  • Sorority Houses
  • Fraternity Houses

Application Based Theme Houses