Residential living at Lander University is an important part of university life.

New Hall exteriorHousing units range from traditional residence halls to apartment-style living. Living on campus is more than just having a place to study and sleep. A student living on campus will experience new opportunities, such as an opportunity to develop new personal relationships, self-regulations and above all, more freedom and responsibilities. With this freedom, a student must discipline himself or herself to manage his/her time effectively so he/she will have ample time for study, sleep and other activities that are available.

Select from the building links below to read about the hall or apartment, see a traditional room layout, and learn about what is offered. 

NOTE: All fees listed in this section are subject to change at any time. Rates are per semester and do not include the required meal plan.