Students who live on-campus will experience life and community outside the classroom. Housing residents foster friendships within their communities, connect with faculty and staff and take advantage of numerous opportunities for personal and academic growth. Each resident has the opportunity to create a unique experience through a number of different ways - active involvement in Housing student leadership, participation in a Focused Interest Community, staff interactions, wing community participation and much more!
University Housing offers a variety of resources that support residents at various points in their academic career. Residents can choose to participate in a Focused Interest Community (FIC), a unique opportunity to live with students who have similar areas of interest or study. These communities foster academic success, faculty interaction and provide specialized programs and activities for residents.
First year residents live in either Bluff Hall, Prairie Hall or Woodland Hall. Upperclass residents, graduate students and families live in Evergreen Hall or Cougar Village Apartments. All units are fully furnished, air conditioned and have access to wireless internet and cable television. Each facility is accessible to students with disabilities and has living units available that are specially designed for students with disabilities.
Living on-campus is unique. You will meet people from all across the United States and the world. Potential study partners, dinner companions, intramural sports teammates are right down the hall or next door. Late night discussions can range from the global economy, politics and race relations to the latest new movie release, favorite books, magazines, artists and sports. We are proud to provide an environment that facilitates personal growth, friendships and community.