Residential living is an important part of the college experience. Living on campus allows students to learn and grow outside of the classroom.
The independent living of Bearcat Village is great for upperclassmen. The apartments feel more like a home than a dorm room. The living room and the full-service kitchen are wonderful. And the Lander shuttle provides door-to-door transportation from the Village to the campus and back again.
Centennial is a great place to live. It’s a short walk from the heart of campus, and I like having a living room in my suite where I can hang out with my friends.
It’s great living in an all-female residence hall. Plus, Chipley is just steps away from my classes in the Learning Center and Science Building.
Lide is one of the most convenient residence halls on campus. It offers privacy and the full kitchens are very handy.
The rooms at New Hall are spacious with plenty of storage and large windows. I can spend time with my friends in the social areas located on every floor. The study areas are perfect when I need a quiet place.