The mission of the Office of Residence Life is to provide a Christian environment that encourages students to develop not only academically but also socially, physically, and spiritually. We enhance this development through teaching and programming that seek to serve the best interest of our students by encouraging them to embrace this diverse environment and to serve all people in a Christ-like manner.
In each of our residence halls, we strive to provide each and every student the best atmosphere to excel. Research has shown that students living in residence halls enjoy greater academic success than those who do not. Along with academic success the social benefits are great as the friends you will make during your stay in our residence halls are sure to last a lifetime.
All buildings are smoke-free. Every room has mini blinds and is furnished with desks, dressers, chairs and extra long bunk beds. All residence halls are staffed with a live-in residence director and the student to resident assistant staff ratio is 20:1!
Students under the age of 17 years old are not permitted to live in campus housing.
The dormitories range from traditional styles in North Hall, South Hall West, and Stapp Hall to townhouse style with the Women's and Men's Villages. Two other options include suite style in South Hall East and the spacious renovated hotel of Broadway Hall.