Each year we welcome around 550 students to the on-campus community.
Research across the United States over the last 40 years has provided compelling evidence that students who live in university-provided housing perform better academically, and enjoy a higher degree of satisfaction with their college experience, than students who live off-campus or commute.
A student who lives in The W’s residence halls is more likely to:
The Office of Housing and Residence Life is anticipating that Jones Hall’s renovation project will begin the May 2024. With this renovation project, there will be some changes that we must make with regards to assignments. We are anticipating that spaces will be limited. With this in mind, we will only be offering private rooms for approved accommodations or if the room is already designed as a private. Once opened, we can determine what spaed we have that will allow us to offer those rooms as private. We will have the residence halls set up for the following students:
Assignments will be based on classification. Returning students (students currently living on campus) will get to select their room the week of April 15th-19th. New Students will get to select their room the week of June 3rd-7th, if they applied prior to June 1st.
Housing and Residence Life strives to provide a safe, comfortable, and affordable student-centered community that promotes human awareness, in addition to the personal development and academic success of each student.
Women OnlyVictorian elegance with all the modern amenities. Callaway is home to the female upperclassmen residents.
Men OnlyA historical home with plenty of modern amenities. Columbus is home to our Male Upperclassmen residents.
Co-Ed HallAn elegant, coeducational academic living community. Grossnickle is home to Residential Honors Program.
Women OnlySpacious and inviting suites on North Campus. Hastings-Simmons is home to our Female Upperclassmen.
Women OnlyConvenience and modern amenities. Jones is home to female upperclassmen and freshmen residents.