Every resident is responsible for informing themselves about Residential Life's policies and procedures. Read this section carefully so you fully understand your rights and responsibilities. Click here to read.
Complete list of the services and amenities offered to our residents. Need a light bulb? Want to paint your room? Have a maintenance issue? Click here for more information.
For our current rate sheet . . . Click here.
Information on signing up for a room & meal plan for next year, and how and why to participate in Priority Point Process. Click here to read more.
Information on the academic and other type of resources available to you as a resident, such as peer academic tutoring, the ARC, internet and network information, etc. Click here for more.
Learn more about your Residential Life staff including, contact info and biographies. Read on.
Interested in getting involved in either Residential Life government, or working as a member of the Residential Life staff? Click here for more information.
You're strangers when you meet. Getting off on the right foot can turn that stranger into a lifelong friend.Tips on getting to know each other, how to get along, and how to live together, click here to read more
The sense of community in the Residence Halls is only as strong as its members make it. Each member must contribute positively toward the sense of hall unity. Learn what it means to be a contributing member of the community.
What do I need to bring for my room? What do I need to bring for myself?! What is already here? Is there a rental program? What am I forgetting? It's all here . . .
The Open Borders Learning Community will be moving to Birch 3B for the 2014-2015 academic year.
BSU Links for Current Students
For a complete list checkout the BSU Students page!