Benefits of Living on Campus

Sure, living on campus gives you a place to sleep that's close to your classes, but what other benefits do you get?
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Studies show that living on campus can help you:

  • Complete more credit hours and earn higher grade point averages.
  • Get involved and become part of the campus community.
  • Complete your degree here, without the need to transfer.
  • Experience greater satisfaction with your undergraduate experience.
  • Persist and graduate with a higher chance of success.
  • Enjoy easy access to campus resources (library, labs, athletic facilities, support services and your fellow students).

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Here's a few more advantages of living on campus:

  • No monthly bills — no water, electricity, internet, cable TV, transportation costs, etc.
  • In-hall tutoring and academic resources.
  • More easily meet friends and identify those with similar interests through Residential Learning Communities.
  • Varied styles of housing from traditional to suites to apartments.
  • Dining, Library, Athletic & Recreation Center, and your classes are only steps away from your front door — you can roll out of bed with 10 minutes to spare and still be on time.
  • Living on campus provides residential employment opportunities such as residential assistants.
  • Safety and security — our University Police proactively provide a safe and secure environment through education, technology, and patrolling.
  • Never have to shovel the snow!

See some of the exciting things you can do on campus, especially when you live here! 

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