Campus living offers options designed to help you become involved in various activities, develop lifelong friendships, and participate in experiences that can enhance skills for future employment and personal growth. National research indicates that living on campus contributes to greater overall satisfaction and success in college.
The convenience of living on campus puts you within walking distance of your classes, labs, the library, theater, concerts, and sports facilities. As a resident, you are also provided with many opportunities to take the lead. Residence Hall Councils are the student-run governing bodies in the residence halls. Getting involved with Hall Council is a great way for you to meet others and develop leadership skills.
Whether you live on campus or commute, our dining services offer personalized dining options for the ultimate in value and convenience. There are a number of dining locations throughout campus, including our traditional dining hall, convenience store, and food court.
Transitioning from a supportive and protective home environment to college naturally generates both excitement and anxiety for many reasons, including the move academic responsibilities and meeting new people. Our student health services, including our Granoff Student Health Center, our Wellness Center and our University Counseling Services, work together to help students adjust to life on campus. These services include men's and women's health care, individual and group counseling, outreach and programming, and consulting services.
The University Police Department is a visible presence on campus. Staffed by sworn officers, the officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, coordinate the Campus Escort program, oversee the campus shuttle service, and handle related issues.