Residence Life

Group photo of all 2017 Resident Advisors

PHOTO: 2017-2018 RAs

Student Life has created a welcoming community by creating spaces that become each student's, from first-year students to graduating seniors, home away from home. Living on campus enables students to take an active role in developing a community and feel like they are at the heart of campus life.

Lounge area in one of the suites in Brown Hall  Lounge area in one of the suites in Brown Hall  Suite in Brown Residence Hall  Suite in Brown Residence Hall  Bathroom suite in Brown Residence Hall

  •  Built in 2017
  • Co-ed suite style housing
  • Houses 48 students
  • Two students per each bedroom and bathroom

A sample room in Cason Hall, housing the sorority Chi Omega

  • Built in 1945
  • Returning female student housing
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Home of Chi Omega sorority
  • Alcohol-free
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

  • Built in 1995
  • Returning female student housing
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Home of Sigma Kappa sorority
  • Alcohol-free
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

  • Built in 1997
  • Returning male student housing
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Home of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

  • Built in 1997
  • Returning male student housing
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Home of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

  • Built in 1912
  • Mostly returning and transfer students
  • Co-ed
  • There are two bedrooms and a bathroom in each suite, designed to house four students
  • Some doubles and triples joined by common bathroom
  • Renovated in 1996
  • Houses 139 students
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Lounge spaces and kitchen available for student use
  • Snack and soda machines

  • Constructed in 1967
  • Suite style, housing 64 students, returning students
  • Co-ed
  • Rooms are divided into three-bedroom suites, sharing one bathroom and living room
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Snack and soda machines
  • Lounge space and kitchen available for student use
  • Delta Upsilon fraternity lives in a wing of this hall

Sample room in Shannon Hall

  • Constructed in 1961
  • Houses 114 students, with mostly first-year students
  • Co-ed house by floor
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • One common bathroom on each floor
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Soda machines
  • Lounge space available for student use
  • Alcohol-free

Sample of common area in Stone Hall suite  Sample of room in Stone Hall  Sample of second room in Stone Hall

  • Built in 1967 and completely renovated in 2013
  • Suites have kitchenette and community living room, with three bedrooms per suite.
  • Two students per each bedroom and bathroom
  • Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity lives in a wing in this hall
  • On-site work-out facility and media-center
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Weekly housekeeping service

  • Built in 1945
  • Returning female student housing
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Home of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students

  • Built in 1986
  • Occupancy 97 students
  • Co-ed by wing, returning and transfer students
  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Snack and soda machines
  • Lounge space and kitchen available for studetn use

Room inside of Wood Residence Hall

  • Built in 1939
  • Co-ed, by floor, with a common bathroom(s) on each floor
  • Most rooms designed to house two students (some triples available)
  • Houses 95 students, mostly first-year students
  • Snack and soda machines
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students
  • Lounge space and kitchen available for student use
  • Alcohol-free

Sample of a room in Zenge Hall, home to the TKE fraternity

  • Most rooms designed to house two students
  • Returning male student housing
  • Home of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity
  • Laundry facilities provided for use at no cost to students