General Hall Information
The eleven residence halls on campus provide living space for over 3,900 students. The individual rooms are designed to be as conducive to studying and as comfortable for living as possible.
Room furnishings include single beds, illuminated desks with chairs, bookcases, wardrobes, chests of drawers, draperies, mirrors, TV/FM/Telephone receptacles and cable cords, bulletin boards, garbage baskets and recycling bins. Students must furnish their own telephones, pillows, bed linen, blankets, bedspreads, washcloths and towels. Mattress pads are furnished.
Living Learning Communities
Want to live what you learn? Check out our Living Learning Communities. This success stems from professors having the opportunity to interact with students outside of the classroom though events and activities geared towards the LLC's focus of study. We currently have 9 LLCs, each with a different focus: Global Learning, Healthy Living, Hmong Culture, Honors, Leadership, Outdoor Adventure, Social Justice and our two newest Spanish and Sustainability.
Looking for a Single Room?
Housing & Residence Life offers 3 great options for private, unshared rooms.
Specific Hall Information
The Residence Hall links on the left menu bring you to information that's specific to each residence hall. Included is a virtual tour of the halls, specific room and facility information.
About the Halls provides you information that is the same throughout all of the residence halls. Such as general room information, common facilities (laundry, computer labs, etc.), and hall rules and policies.
Our Housing Services page the many services provided by Housing and Residence Life to its on-campus residents.
The Housing Forms page contains forms such as loft/furniture arrangements, maintenance requests, etc.