It's a big step to move away from home and into your own place. Moving onto campus makes that transition a little easier. Here you'll find friends waiting, a hot meal, no monthly bills to keep track of, and many services and amenities to make your life less hectic.
Our residential community is comprised of five residence halls housing over 1200 students, and single parent apartments. Located in the heart of the BSU Campus, they are a short walk to academic buildings and are connected to other campus buildings by a tunnel system. Click here to read more.
Double room, Single room, Suite? FYRE, Open Borders Learning Community? There are tons of options. Check it out.
Two and three bedroom, Cedar
Apartments are available for students who are single parents. There's
lots for kids to do here, there's a playroom downstairs and a
playground equipment in the backyard. Click here for more information.
It's more than just a room. You'll get a living room, game room, TV lounge, kitchen, internet access, access to academic resources, a computer lab and much more. For a complete listing of services and amenities you'll have access to as a resident, click here.
A huge part of living on campus (or just living actually) is the food. Dining services has many options from including all-you-care-to-eat offerings in the Northwoods Dining Center (Wally's) to the Lakeside food court in Hobson Memorial Union and the C3 convenience stores. Read more about dining options and meal plans.
You kids these days have it so cushy. When I first moved away from home, it was chew, chew, chew, build, build, build. What do you have to do? Roll out of bed, get dressed, a hot meal is waiting at Wally's. Okay, well there's the studying thing. Still, do you have any idea how many bites it takes to bring down an oak?