Residence and Greek Life
On-campus housing is available to both undergraduate and graduate students. First-year and second-year students not living with their parents or guardians within a 50-mile radius of campus are required to live in the residence halls. Family housing is provided for students who are married, living with a domestic partner, or have a legal guardianship of a dependent. Students living in the residence halls are eligible for a variety of meal plans. Required participation in a meal plan varies based on room assignment.
Residence and Greek Life (RGL) offers a wide range of accommodations, programs, and services designed to enhance campus life. Housing options vary from single rooms to fully furnished apartments with kitchens. RGL maintains residence halls and sorority houses designed to meet the different needs of students. Within these buildings, professional and paraprofessional staff coordinate academic and social programming, provide leadership opportunities to residents, and assist students with personal and academic concerns.