University houses provide unique living opportunities, ranging from one-bedroom to five-bedroom houses. These well-maintained houses are located in a great neighborhood adjacent to campus and are offered at economical prices. Students must be at least sophomore status (at least 28 earned credit hours) to live in university houses.


General maintenance and lawn care are provided along with electricity, gas, water and trash service. Some houses include additional amenities such as dishwashers, garbage disposals, and/or washer and dryer hook-ups.

Service Learning House – 1900 University
$2175 per semester/person

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2,175 sq. ft.
  • Cable
  • Kitchen equipped with garbage disposal
  • Washer/dryer hook-ups
  • Central heat & air

Service Learning House – 1901 University
$2175 per semester/person

More information about this house coming soon.

Meal Plan

All resident students are required to purchase a meal plan for dining on campus. Get more information about meal plans.


Roommates are first assigned based on requests from the residents. If a resident has no preference, Residence Life will assign roommates based on factors of roommate compatibility.  However, the responsibility of finding a roommate ultimately resides with the student seeking housing.

Residence Life has a maximum and minimum number of occupants allowed in each apartment. Please contact us for more information.

Furnishings and Decor

You may decorate your room in any way you like as long as your decorations conform to Community Life Standards and housing guidelines and do not damage any part of the apartment. Nails or anything else that may damage the walls are not allowed.