The University Judicial Process and the Office of Residence Life and Housing, serve an important role in protecting individual rights and University interests, developing citizenship, and providing procedural fairness to students accused of violations of established standards of conduct.
The ORL offers several types of housing to accommodate the diverse needs of our student population. Approximately 2,400 residents are housed in four traditional residence halls, two high rise and two apartment complexes. The University provides basic utilities which include heat, water, electricity and waste disposal services. Each residence hall has a main lounge area, vending machines, washers/dryers at cost and computer labs available for the use of the residents.
The Office of Residence Life realizes that each resident has his/her own background and cultural experiences that make him/her unique. It is the intention of the ORL and all staff members to create a learning community which will foster mutual respect and honest dialogue among its residents.
The resident shall conduct him/ herself in a manner which promotes a safe, secure, courteous and quiet residence hall and environment conducive to the pursuit of academic goals, as well as individual and community development and welfare.