Off-campus housing for seniors, age 21 and over, who meet certain criteria, is available in three university owned houses near campus on Elm Street.
These houses would not have residence life staff and would be treated like a rental unit with the buildings and grounds department filling the role as landlord. Cost will be $750 a month per student which includes parking close to the house, lawn care, snow removal, all utilities except cable and internet and continued access to student services such as the Health and Counseling Center and the Center for Career and Vocation. Students would be responsible for their own meals.
Four students from a select academic program will live in each house with a connection to a faculty member in the program.
In 2019-20 female honors students will live in one house, female students in nutrition and dietetics in another and male honors or nutrition and dietetics students in the third. Other departments may be chosen for the academic house in future years, depending on the number of seniors and interest.
Students accepted to live in these academic houses must
- Have at least a 3.4 GPA
- Be at least 21 years of age by the first day of the academic year
- Not had a student conduct violation in the previous six months
- Be a good neighbor
- Build academic community
- Host occasional academic department-related events
Invitations will be sent to seniors meeting the criteria in late fall/early spring 2019-20. For more information, contact Randy Keeler, associate dean of academic affairs