First-Year Housing Options

University Tower

Living at University Tower offers access to resident assistants, live-in professional staff, and residential programs and events to support your first-year college experience. 

University Tower is a traditional co-ed residence hall housing over 600 students in double and triple rooms. University Tower offers houses five Residential Based Learning Communities (RBLCs) for first-year students, including the Honors CommunityKelley HousePETMSPEA, and LYFE.

  • Amenities

    University Tower is a traditional co-ed residence hall housing over 600 students in double and triple occupancy rooms. 

    Resident Room Features:

    • Contemporary furnishings
    • Full attached bathroom
    • Air conditioning
    • Cable TV
    • High speed internet
    • ALL utilities
    • and MORE!

    Community Amenities:

    • Free resident laundry
    • Lounge and social spaces
    • Resident computer lab
    • Programs, events, and resources for first-year students
    • Contemporary dining facility
    • Central location
    • Resident fitness center
    • Residential Based Learning Communities
    • and MORE!
  • Double Occupancy Floorplan

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    Note: This rendering is designed to provide a general representation of the specified room type and does not represent the variations within each actual room of the specified type.  Actual rooms do vary in overall square footage, closets versus wardrobe, flooring type, and general layout or unique features of the space based on the room location within the overall floor plan of the corresponding facility.  Some rooms are also configured as accessible living units for ADA purposes.

  • Triple Occupancy Floorplan

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    Note: This rendering is designed to provide a general representation of the specified room type and does not represent the variations within each actual room of the specified type.  Actual rooms do vary in overall square footage, closets versus wardrobe, flooring type, and general layout or unique features of the space based on the room location within the overall floor plan of the corresponding facility.  Some rooms are also configured as accessible living units for ADA purposes.