Living on campus is an amazing, essential part of the collegiate experience. You'll make close friends and be exposed to new and different ways of thinking. You might even learn to love the country, hip-hop or classical sounds coming from your neighbor's stereo.
At Bluffton University, you will experience a sense of community. One that is unique and based on respect. Through activities in the halls based on service, education or social outcomes, you'll be provided with an opportunity to be who you want to be. Living on campus will give you a chance to make your own discoveries.
End of year move out:
Students must check out of their room 24 hours after their last exam, unless they are a graduating senior. Seniors must check out of their room by Sunday, May 6, at 9 p.m.
More information regarding check out was given during the all hall closing meeting
on April 24.
May 4: Residence Halls close at 4 p.m.
May 9: Summer housing students move to their summer housing assignments.
Perks of living in the Riley Court apartments include a full kitchen, laundry facilities and a common area to share with six of your best friends. Upperclassmen are given priority for apartment living.
new student Housing
Here are some tips to make your residence hall room your home-away-from-home: including what to bring and what to leave at home, and the housing questionnaire.
Residence Life Staff
In addition to the professional residence life staff, every hall has a hall director
and each floor has one or two student residence advisors to maintain safety procedures
and implement programming.