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Making Choices

Throughout the first two years on campus, students live within the living and learning community of their Residential Commons. As juniors and seniors, students may make choices in their residential assignment in line with their own personal interests and growth.

This may mean joining a community of peers such as a fraternity or sorority, or an interest house such as the outdoor-themed residence, the Loj. Alternatively, students may elect to reside in an apartment with close friends, employing and developing key life skills such as meal preparation and housekeeping.

Housing Options

In their junior and senior years, students may choose from among the following styles of housing:


Students may elect to live with a small group of roommates in one of three apartment-style residential complexes:

  • University Court Apartments
  • Parker Apartments
  • Newell Apartments

 

With full kitchens and restrooms in each apartment, residents are able to develop domestic skills such as preparing their own meals and maintaining the cleanliness of their residence. Some residents may still elect to purchase a partial or full meal plan for campus dining facilities according to personal preferences.

Ƶ’s townhouses can accommodate larger groups of students than the apartment options. Both eight-person and 16-person units are available.

Featuring two bathrooms, laundry facilities, and a full kitchen, residents are able to develop domestic skills such as preparing their own meals and maintaining the cleanliness of their residence. Some residents may still elect to purchase a partial or full meal plan for campus dining facilities according to personal preferences.

Students who have joined one of the campus’s recognized fraternities or sororities may elect to seek housing within that organization’s residence. Living in a fraternity or sorority house allows students to fully engage the leadership, academic, athletic, service, and interpersonal opportunities such a community provides.

Theme housing allows individuals with shared passions to integrate them into their residential experience. Theme housing communities are expected to contribute opportunities and events for others outside of their interest to engage with their interest over the course of the year the community is active. Theme housing communities may be placed in a Broad Street house, apartments, or townhouses.