Living on-campus is convenient and enriching — You'll make new friends, gain new perspectives, and learn in a supportive, diverse community. Whether you're living in the residence halls, joining a fraternity or a sorority, or interested in the Christian Campus House, we have a wide variety of university-approved housing options for you to choose from.
The Residential Life department provides convenient and comfortable residence hall living options in a variety of traditional, suite-style, and apartment style communities.
As a fraternity or sorority member you'll be part of a tight-knit and supportive community. We have 27 social, fraternity, and sorority chapters that comprise 22% of the student population.
Residency Requirement: Students with fewer than 60 post-high school credit hours or are under the age of 21 are required to live in residence halls or in university-approved housing listed above. Learn more about the Housing Policy.
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