Residence Halls

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Residence Halls

Our residence halls are homes for the students who live there. Many people use the word “dorm” to describe the places students live on university campuses. “Dormitory” is word derived from the Latin for “sleep”. Since our facilities are part of something far more impactful and meaningful than sleep alone, we use the term “residence hall” to describe any of the residential buildings. Each hall is supervised by a full-time Residence Life Coordinator, who also lives in the building. Further, each Residence Life Coordinator supervises a team of Resident Assistants who help students develop a sense of community.

Phase 2 Has Opened

Phase 2’s residential facilities, opened in 2023, includes 9 brand new buildings, containing around 2,100 beds, many study spaces, social lounges, and kitchenettes, and several classrooms and multipurpose spaces.  Undergraduates will occupy 8 of the 9 new buildings, which will be clustered into 4 courtyards. Each courtyard will have around 500 students, a team of RAs, an RLC, and host a Living Learning Community (most of which will have a Faculty-In-Residence). The buildings will be a traditional-style rooms with floors full of bedrooms and public bathrooms. Each room will have 2 students living in it and each floor will have bathrooms with private toilets and private showers.  Graduates will occupy 1 of the 9 new buildings and the entire SRH. The new building will be an apartment-style rooms and have around 100 students. Each apartment will have 4 single bedrooms, 2 toilets, 2 showers, a kitchenette, and a living room.

Undergraduate Student Residence Halls

These are traditional-styled residence halls for undergraduate students

Student Residence Hall

The SRH is a suite-styled residence hall for first-year students

Phase 2 Graduate Student Residence Hall

This is an apartment-styled residence hall for graduate students

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