Most first-year students will be assigned to reserved first-year student residence halls. These first-year student communities have been developed to help new students adjust to their new academic environment and encourage their participation in activities, as well as develop bonds of friendship. The resident assistants are available to help promote a rewarding and enjoyable residence hall experience. Participation and mutual respect are the keys to a great residential experience.
Find your home in a great big world.
You'll spend your first two years in traditional residence halls, supported by live-in resident assistants who are there to show you the ropes and help you have a good time. As an upperclassman, you'll choose among suite- or apartment-style options or opt to live in a house focused on a special interest—such as academic, diversity, or social justice. And you'll never have to worry about finding a place to live, because housing is guaranteed for all four years.