USI students overwhelmingly agree that Housing and Residence Life offers the privacy students want, the services they need, and the responsibility they deserve!
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College is a time of transition—and a time of preparation. Living on campus is an outstanding way for students to prepare for life beyond the college experience. Students will learn basic living skills like cooking, laundry, cleaning, budgeting, and so much more.
Campus housing provides educational programs, living learning communities, computer labs, study lounges and quiet hours to maintain an environment supportive of academic success
First-year students may choose to live in campus apartments or in the residence halls. Students who choose residence hall living may apply to live in one of eight different first-year living learning communities. Students in their first, second, third and fourth years may choose to live in one of four different on-campus apartment areas.
All campus housing facilities have direct Ethernet connections and wireless Internet access. Computers and print stations are located in the residence halls, Housing and Residence Life office and Residence Life Community Center.
From move in day, students will find a variety of educational and social programs that help ease the transition to USI. Living on campus provides the best environment for expanding your students’ understanding of people and for making new friends.
Safety and Security
Campus housing is staffed with full-time professionals and part-time student staff who are dedicated to supporting student success at USI. Housing staff members are available and on call. USI Public Safety is always available to assist you.
Campus living is affordable and maintenance-free. Cable television, Internet service (residents must provide cable and Ethernet cords), utilities (electric, water, sewage) and shuttle bus service are provided at no additional cost. This allows students to focus on the most important things—academic and personal success!