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Students who live in the apartments or one of the small houses will have a housing commitment of nine months. Summer Housing is available in select apartment buildings.
Students going through the housing process are required to pay a $100 housing fee with their request in the selection process. A receipt for the deposit must be submitted with the request. The deposit is non-refundable. Students are responsible for a $500 termination fee if they do not reside in the unit that they signed for in the housing commitment form, beyond the fourth semester in residence. If the student attempts to live off campus during one of the first four semesters they will be charged the going room rate for the semester.
All First-Year students and sophomores whose parents’ primary residence is outside the 25-mile radius are required to live in University housing.
All apartments come fully furnished with wall-to-wall carpeting, kitchen appliances, fire detection and suppression systems and include all utilities.
All large units are staffed by Student Affairs professionals.
Most buildings have a Resident Director (RD). These individuals
routinely go through extensive training to provide assistance
during emergencies, counseling and crisis service intervention
situations, and an accommodating reference when needed.
Additionally the Campus Police and Safety staff and Office of
Residence Life staff make regular rounds of all buildings. The
residence halls housing First-Year students also have access to a
live-in Resident Campus Minister (RCM) for spiritual and emotional
needs. Likewise there will be a Resident Assistant (RA) on each
wing of each floor in First-Year buildings for every day engagement
The University’s housing facilities have a number of different housing opportunities. Each apartment will include at least one of the following: kitchen, dinette area, bathroom and/or a vanity area, bedroom and living room. Most of the apartments are designed for four people however there is also a wide selection of 3-person, 2-person, and 1-person apartments. The University also operates fully functional houses for the Alpha Sigma Tau and Phi Sigma Sigma sororities and the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.