The Campus Community

Live in one of our 21 residence halls and you’ll soon be calling it home. Home because you’ll meet friends you’ll have for life. Home because everything is here you need to get involved, see academic success and feel connected.

Each residence hall is a community within a community. As a freshman, you can choose your path of a traditional residential life experience or a Living Learning Community where you join fellow Chippewas with similar academic interests or goals and achievements. Our residency policy requires first and second-year students live in a residence hall or in Northwest Apartments (see exceptions).

Students who live on campus have higher grade point averages, are more satisfied with their college experience, are more engaged in co-curricular experiences, and more likely to graduate than students who live off campus. When you live on campus, you belong to a community that supports and encourages your success.

Upperclassmen, veterans, families and graduate students seek the conveniences of living on campus in Kewadin Village apartments, Northwest Apartments or a graduate student-housing.