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Upper-Class, Transfer, and Graduate Student Living

orientation As an experienced student, you have different needs than new students. We appreciate that you still want to live on campus, so we will work to provide living environments that meet your unique needs. As you prepare to graduate or move off campus, suite and apartment living provides you with the independence you desire while still offering the services and supports of on-campus living. Living on campus grants you access to full-time, live-in professional staff members who supervise trained undergraduate staff members who provide leadership for each floor community. Residence hall staff members provide educational and social programming, assist the hall council, staff the Welcome Desk, and assist students with personal and academic concerns.


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Brownell Hall offers suite-style living for sophomores and juniors. Each suite has double bedrooms, a bathroom, and pantry. Some suites include a kitchen, and all rooms in Brownell are air-conditioned. Residents have access to social and quiet study lounges, community lounges, computer labs, on-floor laundry, a kitchen area, and recreation equipment. All floors are co-ed. Brownell is located in a quiet area near resident parking, classroom buildings, dining, campus services, recreation, and athletic fields. Brownell residents in suites without kitchens are required to purchase a full meal plan.  Students living in on-campus apartments with a kitchen are required to purchase $300.00 in Food Loot per semester.


northUpper-class students can request four-and six-person apartments and townhouses. On-campus apartment living offers furnished double and quad bedrooms with carpeting, air conditioning, storage, and full kitchens in North and Schwartz. Each area also provides access to community lounges, laundry rooms,  community kitchens, and recreation equipment. Students living in on-campus apartments with a kitchen are required to purchase $300.00 in Food Loot each semester.