As a residential college, we give students the opportunity to live and learn on our campus for all four years. With ten different traditional residence halls, homes and a modern apartment complex, there is something for everyone to make you feel at home.
Meta Glass is home to the greatest number of students on campus and is traditionally a first-year residence hall. There are common kitchens on every floor, a laundry room in the basement and a newly renovated lounge. Students can easily access the book shop, post office and main dining hall from this building, all without ever having to go outside.
Another first-year residence hall, Grammer features original hardwood floors in most rooms, dedicated men’s restrooms on two floors and a large basement common area with a kitchen. Situated on the hill between the upper and lower Quads, this building secures one of the most central locations on campus.
This is the first residence hall you see when driving onto campus, and although it’s one of the smaller capacity buildings, it certainly makes a statement with a spacious common kitchen and loft area. Mostly comprised of suites, living in this building makes you feel tucked away in your own private community.
Currently designated for Honors students, this building has an upper level atrium across from the common kitchen, perfect for late night study sessions. Another small capacity building, Carson is perfect for creating even closer relationships with your peers.
These modern buildings boast 15 quad capacity apartments. Upperclass students who maintain a designated GPA will qualify for the option to select one of these residences during room selection in the spring semester.