When you live on campus, you enjoy many more opportunities and benefits than living off-campus. Residential students, on average, have a higher GPA, are more likely to get involved on campus, and are more likely to graduate on time. You have access to free extracurricular in-hall programming, opportunities to network with other students, leadership training, employment opportunities, and connection to community and tradition. In each hall you can expect to have free laundry facilities, access to multiple computer labs, and a free membership to the University's Wellness Center. On top of that, our residence halls come with paid cable, water, sewer, trash, internet, electricity, and maintenance.