Undergraduate students who are not a part of the Freshman Experience program are served by two residential communities, traditional and suite-style and apartment options.


Traditional Style Floor PlanOur traditional halls are reserved as primarily freshman housing. There are three types of traditional-style housing: two-, three-, and four-person rooms. Two-person rooms feature one room with two occupants and community restrooms. Three-person rooms feature an oversized room with three occupants and community restrooms. Four-person rooms feature two rooms with four occupants and community restrooms. Undergraduate females are eligible to live in Fulmer, our only traditional non freshman experience residence hall. In all of our traditional halls, student staff present programs to meet the needs of the variety of students.

Suite Style

Suite Style Floor Plan There are two suite-style buildings on campus, Woodruff Hall on the West Campus and Harris on the East. Suites have two two-person rooms connected to a full bathroom. The residence life staff provide activities and programs as they do in the traditional halls.


Apartment Style Floor Plan Apartment-style halls feature full kitchens, furnished living areas, and private bedrooms with semiprivate bathrooms. Our apartments are located on both the east and west sides of campus. Most apartments are four-person however there are a limited number of two and six-person apartments are available.

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