Where do current students live?

Our residence halls allow students to meet new friends, explore, and pursue interests that develop the whole person through self-discipline, citizenship, and diversity. We encourage each resident the opportunity to develop individual responsibility and self-discipline. The residence halls provide an environment where students can meet their educational goals and focus on fulfilling academic requirements while living in a diverse community. Freshman students will be placed in double occupancy rooms with roommates (Myers Hall, Greenfield Hall, and Sanders Hall). Upperclassmen and transfers, with 30 or more transferable credit hours, will be placed in upperclassmen halls (New Residence Hall and Mosaic Village). All halls are equipped with professional live-in and paraprofessional resident assistant staff. Shown below are designated living and learning residence halls:


Myers Hall (Freshmen Males)


Greenfield Hall (Freshmen Females)


Sanders Hall (Freshmen Males)


New Residence Hall (Upperclassmen) 


Duke Hall (Upperclassmen Honors)


Mosaic Village (Upperclassmen)