LIVING ON CAMPUS

The Office of Housing and Residence Life serves as a compliment to the academic mission of the University of enhancing the personal growth of students by providing services and programs that enhance the living/learning environment in the residence halls. Housing and Residential Life staff members are responsible for coordinating room assignments, processing off-campus living requests, mediating roommate conflicts, reporting residence hall maintenance concerns, planning and implementing hall programs, and enforcing residence hall community living guide.

RESIDENTIAL HALLS

Residence halls for students include traditional dormitory living arrangements as well as a 336-bed residential facility that opened in the fall of 2007. This new facility includes four separate three-story buildings that make-up the new state-of-the-art complex complete with picturesque architecture and landscaping. The facility is comprised of student suites, each consisting of four single-occupancy bedrooms, two full baths and a large common living area.

Frequently Asked Questions about Living on Campus:

  • Alarm Clock
  • Attire: Black Tie and Sunday
  • Bath mat
  • Bedding, such as a comforter, mattress pad, pillow, sheets (Standard Twin in Female Residence Halls and Extra Long Twin in Male Residence Halls), and cloth mattress cover if plastic is not preferred.
  • Coaxial cable cord (minimum 15 feet) and a cable splitter
  • Computer or laptop
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Ethernet cord (minimum 15 feet)
  • Flashlight
  • Fun stuff, such as pictures and posters
  • Iron/ Ironing board
  • Latch and lock for the closet
  • Laundry detergent, fabric softener and laundry basket
  • Refrigerator (maximum of 4.3 cubic feet)
  • Plastic ware (cups, plates, silverware)
  • Shower caddy
  • Shower curtain (liner is provided)
  • Shower shoes
  • Small lamp
  • Telephone and answering machine
  • Television
  • Toiletries
  • Towels
  • Umbrella/rain gear
  • Wastebasket
  • UL approved surge protected power strip
  • Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • All pets
  • Anything that hangs from the ceiling
  • Any type of halogen light
  • Candles and incense
  • Electrical cooking appliances (coffee pot, deep fryer, toaster, toaster oven, sandwich maker, indoor grill, George Forman grill, etc.)
  • Exercise weights/ equipment
  • Extension cords
  • Lava lamps
  • Microwave (provided in common areas)
  • Real or replica gun (plastic, paintball, etc.)
  • Space heater

LATHAM HALL

•First Year Men

•Suite style living

•Double room occupancy

•Near Academic Buildings

WESTON HALL

•Freshmen Women

•Upperclassmen Women

•Suite style living

•Double room occupancy

Near Academic Buildings

BOYER HALL

•Upperclassmen Women

•Suite style living

•Double room occupancy

•Near Cafeteria

FALKCREST APARTMENTS

•Co-ed living environment

•Apartment style living

•Near Athletic Complex

•Must have completed 30 credit hours or more

•1st Priority: rising Seniors & Juniors with a 2.8 GPA or higher

•2nd Priority: rising Seniors and Juniors 2.5-2.779 GPA

•3rd Priority: rising sophomores 2.5 or higher

ENJOY LIFE ON CAMPUS

FIND YOUR DORM

HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL LIFE STAFF

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Barbara Broadaway
Director
Housing & Residential Life
919.516.4234
bdbroadaway@st-aug.edu