We have highly trained staff in our Freshman Buildings, who know how best to support you.
Each floor is supported by 2 Community Advocates (CAs), and each building is supervised by a full-time Community (Hall) Director (CD). Our First-Year Students are important to us, and it shows!
Students living in first-year housing will have two Community Advocates (CAs) living on their floor. These student leaders are trained to offer programming dedicated to first-year students and to offer support.
About 75% of first-year students on-campus live in the first year residence halls. The other 25% live in our other halls. The Community Living team members in our buildings are there to support you and are dedicated to your success too.
What’s the difference? First-year residence halls are more “active,” and not everybody wants that experience. Others want to learn and work with upper-level students. Those that don't live in first-year housing will have another first-year student as their roommate, but live in a supportive community that also includes some upper-level students.
Once you’ve paid your Admissions deposit, you can submit your On-Campus Housing Application.
Don’t wait, First-Year Housing fills quickly and we make assignments on a first come, first served basis.