- We house 35 percent of full-time undergraduate students.
- We house 81 percent (3,243) of the new freshmen class.
- University Housing employs more than 450 students as 24-hour desk staff members, resident advisors, community assistants, summer conference assistants, etc.
- University Housing employs approximately 130 full-time staff members.
- All residence hall rooms, Wolf Village, Wolf Ridge and ES King Village apartments are equipped with sprinkler and state-of-the-art fire suppression systems, and high-speed internet connections.
- Residential facilities include seven computer labs with 127 workstations.
- We reduced our total water consumption in our residence halls by 34 percent by converting 100 percent of our facilities to low-flow toilets and shower heads.
- We rank in the top 25 percent of national residence hall buildings for energy savings, which makes us eligible for Energy Star Certification.
- Nearly 31 percent of our residents are involved in one of 13 Living and Learning Villages.
- Between 2003 and 2013, more than 15,100 students lived in one of our Living and Learning Villages. Many other students benefited from association with the Villages.
Residence Halls – 6,551 beds
Wolf Village – 1,204 beds
Wolf Ridge – 1,195 beds
ES King Village – 294 apartments
Western Manor – 118 apartments
Residence Hall Types
Suites – 2,256 beds
Corridor – 3,426 beds
Doubles off breezeway (hotel style) – 890 beds
Gender breakdown in campus residence halls and Wolf Village:
- 43 percent women
- 57 percent men
Average Breakdown by class (residence halls and Wolf Village):
- Freshmen – 44 percent
- Sophomore – 29 percent
- Junior – 17 percent
- Senior – 9 percent
- Graduate – 1 percent