The collegiate experience is challenging—especially during the first year—and the residence halls are designed to make the basics of food and shelter as low-stress as possible, allowing our residents to focus on classes, activities, friendships, and personal growth.
In terms of proximity to classrooms, the residence halls are hard to beat. Between location and the Cambus system, getting around campus from a residence hall is a snap.
University Dining does an excellent job of providing a wide range of food and meal options at a wide range of times. In fact, our two Market Places are popular not just with our current residents, but also with faculty, staff, and students who don't live in the residence halls. Students can use their meal plan at four other locations on Campus.