From high-speed, wireless internet access to a fitness facility, the 90,000-square-foot Residence Hall I is designed with the modern student in mind. Comfortable, secure, and fully furnished, the three- and four-bedroom units have the latest technology and accommodations to make learning and living outside the classroom comfortable and fun. There are two bathrooms per four-person units.
Residence Hall II is primarily made up two-bedroom double units. Residence Hall II was designed with a more traditional residence hall feel in mind and features twice as much communal space as Residence Hall I, encouraging students to leave their rooms and create their own social hub.
Resident Assistants (RAs) are full-time students who live in the residence halls and are responsible for a particular community of students that live on campus. They provide support, act as a resource for students, coordinate social and educational programs and events, and enforce University, Residential Life, and Student Living community standards and policies within the campus and residential community.
The 2022-23 Resident Assistant (RA) recruitment and selection process will begin January 2022. Please contact Heather Hanssen, coordinator for residential life and student experience, for any questions regarding the RA recruitment and selection process.