- We house 35% of full-time undergraduate students.
- We house 78% (3,527) of the new freshmen class.
- The number of returning students increased 34% between 2005 and 2010.
- Housing employs approximately 450 students as desk staff, resident advisors, community assistants, summer conference assistants, etc.
- Housing employs approximately 130 staff members.
- All residence hall rooms and Wolf Village apartments are equipped with sprinkler and state-of-the-art fire suppression systems, air conditioning and high speed Internet connections.
- Residential facilities include seven computer labs with 127 workstations.
- We have a 34% reduction in total water consumption in our residence halls due to 85% low-flow toilet conversion.
- Nationally, we are in the top 25% of residence hall buildings for energy savings, which makes us eligible to receive Energy Star Certification.
- 1,787 (or 23%) of our students are involved in one of nine Villages for the fall 2010 term.
- Between 2003 and 2010, 9,285 individual students have resided in our Living and Learning Villages. Many other students have benefited from association with the Villages.
University Housing capacity (8,568 total):
- Residence Halls - 6,551 beds
- Wolf Village - 1,204 beds
- ES King Village - 294 apartments
- Western Manor - 118 apartments
University Housing Room Styles:
- Suites - 2,256 beds
- Corridor - 3,426 beds
- Doubles off breezeway - 890 beds
- Four bedroom apartments - 1,204 beds
- Studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments - 412 units
Gender breakdown in campus residence halls and Wolf Village:
- 43% women
- 57% men
Breakdown by class (residence halls and Wolf Village):
- Freshmen - 47%
- Sophomore - 28%
- Junior - 16%
- Senior - 8%
- Graduate - 1%