92% of students live on campus. And with a population of 83% out-of-state students, most students stay on campus through the weekends. As a first-year student, you’ll share a floor with other first-years, forming an instant support group. And living on campus makes it easier for you to connect to academic and co-curricular opportunities on campus.
The Thomas Commons is the hub of campus activity. You’ll gather there daily to dine, socialize, exercise, organize events, enjoy late-night activities, explore volunteer and career opportunities, DJ for KRNL, and much more.
"This is, to me, the most important part of Relay For Life. Sure, at Relay we play games, hold competitions, and have fun, but the whole point of Relay is to remember those who have lost the fight, support those who are fighting, and to fight back through fundraising to find a cure..."
"As far as Model United Nations is concerned, bow ties are the norm, formal speaking is acceptable during all casual encounters, and problem solving is a must—no matter how strange an avenue of conversation that takes you down."
"The Higher Education Connection networking event is made to help students succeed. Instead of having potential employers barred behind booths, the event is open. You can meet with people eye-to-eye, shake their hands without reaching over a desk, and gain more genuine connections..."