The department of residence life respects the wellbeing and individuality of each student by providing a safe community that enhances social, educational and leadership opportunities.
We fulfill this mission statement by:
- providing recently renovated facilities in all residence halls that enhance the living-learning environment
- establishing student run hall councils designed to develop leaders in a dynamic and interactive community
- hiring professional live-in staff and student staff members with exceptional knowledge and training who are committed to assisting students in developing life skills that compliment academic success
- working cooperatively with support services designed to assist students in their ability to succeed
Board of Regents Housing Requirements
During the first two years from the time they were or would have been graduated from high school, all unmarried students who enroll in courses delivered on a main campus for six credit hours or more are required to enter into a housing agreement with the institution unless special permission to room elsewhere is received from the institution. Permission ordinarily shall be granted to students with dependent children or to students who reside full time during the academic year with parents or legal guardians. Students who have enrolled for twelve or more credits for four (4) semesters may be exempted from this agreement at the discretion of the institution.