On-Campus Housing Draws Rave Reviews
Cal U's residence halls receive rave reviews from students. Every person has a favorite feature:
- Spacious, suite-style living
- Fewer people sharing a bathroom
- More privacy
- Air conditioning
- Free cable
- On-site computer labs and high-speed Internet in-room
- Community rooms with TVs and DVD players
- Full laundry facilities
- Convenience of living just steps away from campus activities
- And no more dorm rooms!
The Suite Life is truly sweet for Cal U students. The University continues to receive national attention for the residence halls, including being recognized in the National Building Museum's Green Communities exhibition.
You Have Questions? We Have Answers
If you have a question about a specific residence hall, you can direct it to the community assistant who lives on the floor or the director who supervises the building. You can also find answers about housing in these frequently asked questions and in the University's Residence Life Handbook.
Campus Living Areas
Cal U offers living arrangements based on individual lifestyle preferences, including a variety of room configurations from one to three roommates or suitemates. The University also offers special living options at several residence halls, including:
- Quiet areas, which offer extended residence hall quiet hours for students who require or prefer a quieter atmosphere.
- Wellness housing, designed for students interested in healthy living who are opposed to the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs, and who choose to live with those who do not use them. (The possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs is strictly prohibited on all University property, and the residence halls are completely non-smoking.)
- Honors Program Housing in Residence Hall A provides an opportunity for an enhanced educational experience for Honors Program students.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) clearly define a student's right to privacy and confidentiality, strictly limiting the disclosure of personally identifiable information from records kept by the schools. Students must sign this form in order to allow the University to disclose any personal information to parents or legal guardians.
Did you know that the University does not insure students' personal possessions? Cal U cannot replace any property loss due to theft, fire, water, etc. Therefore, a student whose family does not have a homeowner's insurance policy with a student provision may wish to purchase a policy that offers this protection.
For more information on housing options or for help with any housing issue, e-mail, call or visit the University Housing Office.
University Housing Office
Room 117, Residence Hall B