are places where students have the opportunity to live with others who have similar interests. In these residential communities, students are encouraged to make connections in and out of the classroom.
The First-Year floors are for incoming students who are interested in living in a community created for involvement and participation in Campus Life programming. These communities encourage involvement and are geared toward the needs of first-time college students.
Floors that are available for students who are interested in living with others who are in similar classes or share a major.
Substance Free Community
While alcohol and drugs are prohibited on campus, this floor provides students an environment where their peers/guests will not encourage any use of these substances or come to the floor under the influence.
Quiet Living Community
The quiet living communities are for students who are interested in living in a more noise-controlled environment with extended quiet hours of Sunday-Thursday 8 p.m.-8 a.m. and Friday-Saturday 10 p.m.-10 a.m.
This is a community for students who are looking for more peer and academic support, motivation, and transitional help in being successful in college. This floor is designed for students who are taking or have taken pre-college courses such as RDNG116, ENG099, MATH090 and/or students looking for extra support.
Fun and Educational Examples of Programming!
Resource Scavenger Hunt
Strengths Quest sessions
Water Pong Tournament
Tutoring/Study group Sundays