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Residence Hall Living

Residence Hall Living

To maximize student success, first-year and second-year students are required to live on campus. Because all first-year students live with a roommate and on a floor with other first-year students, everyone is making the same adjustment to college life. Relating to each other (and making friends) is easier. With everything just a short walk away, on-campus students are able to sleep later, cook less and experience more.

With the exception of the Fraternity Complex, all of UCM's residence halls are suite-style (only share a bathroom with one other room) and are nonsmoking. Each hall has its own unique advantages. With so many options, it may be difficult to determine which hall to live in. Get acquainted with east campus housing options and west campus housing options.

Residence Hall Options

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dining Halls
Dining halls are located in Todd, Ellis and Panhellenic Halls. There are also great dining options just a short walk away in the Elliott University Union. Visit Sodexo's website for weekly menus, dining hours and meal plan options.

Co-ed Residence Halls
All of our residence halls are co-ed except for Yeater Hall (all-female), Panhellenic Hall (sorority housing) and the Fraternity Complex (fraternity housing). The co-ed residence halls are co-ed by suite and others are co-ed by floor.

Honors Halls
Co-ed by suite, the Honors Hall accommodates both upper-class and first-year students. The requirement to live in the Honors Hall is acceptance into the Honors College. If you qualify for this hall, indicate your preference for this option on your housing agreement.