Beginning fall 2018, Boyd Hall will be reserved for sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Upperclassman communities in Boyd Hall and University Flats are designed to provide the full continuum of housing options that support learning and personal growth to enrich social and academic success. These facilities will offer independence and provide a more mature experience to students who choose to live on campus.
"We want students to create deeper, richer connections to other students and the university," said Penny Cox, associate vice president for administration. "Living on campus gives the advantage of being close to classes and activities, living and learning with friends, making better grades, getting involved in a community and forming friendships that last a lifetime."
Reapply today for fall 2018.