residence life

student moving into residence halls

residence life

as a member of the residential community, you will be able to have experiences and opportunities to build lifelong friendships. our goal is to provide each resident with a high-quality living-learning environment that fosters becoming a better you through an environment of academic success, spiritual and personal wellness, safety, and social engagement within the halls.

our campus has a variety of different types of residence halls that can meet the needs of our students and be home for everyone. cooper and goodenough halls, the newest buildings, host first-year students in the traditional style arrangements. most second-through-fourth-year students live in the three suite buildings—brock, gladish, or king halls—which provide full kitchens and either single or double rooms. childs and grant halls, our original halls, offer students with single room arrangements but retaining the traditional living style environment.

our staff is committed to being available for you and providing a vibrant community experience for all residents. but above all, our community is guided by policies that emphasize the importance of acting in ways that show respect and charity for others, and promote safety and well-being for the entire community.

we hope that you decide to join the on-campus experience with us.

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michael austin
director of residence life