Student Center, Suite 3020
SSU’s residential community provides a mix of six distinct campus “villages” that provide housing for 3,200 students. Living on campus is a key part of the education experience at SSU, and it is designed to promote academic success as well as personal wellness, civility, and responsibility. Experienced professional staff and highly trained student leaders work and live in all on-campus villages. Programs are planned for all on-campus residents, including trips, lectures, and social and educational activities. Living on-campus provides opportunities for students to engage and connect with other students, staff, and faculty. Residents who live on-campus are expected to know and support the community standards that reflect state laws as well as SSU rules and regulations.
All on-campus suites and apartments are fully furnished and carpeted, have a living room and bathroom(s), and have wireless connectivity to the University’s community network. The on-campus apartments also provide a kitchen with appliances. Additional benefits to the residential community are multiple swimming pools and spas, meeting rooms, study rooms, two service desks, and outdoor recreation area. The proximity of the villages are located adjacent to the main campus classroom buildings.
Through the residential Housing Association (RHA) and Village Council there are opportunities to be further involved and develop leadership skills. RHA is responsible for representing student concerns to Residential Education and Campus Housing as well as planning major events and activities.
The residential community provides comfortable, convenient campus housing for 3,200 single students. The community is a unique mix of nontraditional suites and campus apartments, all located adjacent to the main campus classroom buildings. All suites and apartments are fully furnished and carpeted and have their own living rooms and bathrooms. The apartments also contain their own kitchens with all appliances. All suites and apartments provide wireless connectivity to the University’s computer network giving residents access to University computing resources and the Internet. A variety of benefits are available to residents depending upon their living area within the residential community, these include: two swimming pools and two spas, study rooms, two service desks, meeting rooms, and outdoor recreation areas.
The community’s residential education program includes live-in professional and peer staff, hundreds of social and educational activities, living learning communities, and themed living areas. Living on-campus provides opportunities for students to engage and connect with other students, staff, and faculty.
Residential Education and Campus Housing maintains an online rental listing service for the local area. This service includes rental houses, apartments, and rooms in private homes. Other rental resources containing names and phone numbers of local apartment complexes is also available.
Summer Session and Conferences
During the summer, the residential community provides housing for summer session students and for guests participating in conferences hosted on campus.