Metro Campus Residence Halls
The Metropolitan Campus strives to create a residential environment that promotes the development of both the individual and the community. The educational mission of the University extends into the residence halls by providing challenges and a support network that allows and encourages each member of the community to actively participate in the shaping of their environment.
The Linden residence halls are comprised of eight buildings with three co-ed floors of same-gender suites each consisting of three (3) double occupancy rooms — a total of about sixty residents per building. Each suite’s common area has a shared bathroom There are two Resident Assistants per building. All new freshmen reside in the Lindens with the exception of Global Scholars & Honors Scholars, and L.I.F.E. House members. Specific Linden buildings may be designated for upperclass and graduate students only.
University Court is comprised of ten (10) separate townhouse-style buildings. Each building contains one to three sections per building, same gender sections, two floors, one to two bathrooms per floor, mostly double rooms with some single and triple occupancy rooms. There are one to two Resident Assistants per building. University Court is open to upperclass and graduate students. Freshmen admitted to L.I.F.E. House, the Global Scholars or Honors Scholars programs may reside in this area in designated buildings that may include building sections with same-gender floors.
Northpointe, a traditional corridor-style residence hall comprised of four co-ed floors with two wings per floor, houses approximately 300 residents in same-gender double occupancy rooms that open into interior hallways. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. Residents share a common lounge space on each floor. There are two Resident Assistants per floor. A kitchenette (two microwaves, a dishwasher, refrigerator, and sink) is available on third floor. ADA compliant rooms are available.
The University provides each residence hall resident with access to the Local Area Network (LAN) system. This system is a common server that utilizes multiple software packages, including Internet and E-Mail services.
Residents can choose from many different living options: 24-hour quiet, L.I.F.E. House, Graduate Housing, Global Scholar Hall, or Honor’s House.
All residents enjoy free housekeeping services in the common areas, nearby laundry facilities, and access to cable television outlets in each room.