It’s a big step to come to college and move into your own place. Moving on campus makes that transition a lot easier. Here you’ll find friends waiting, a hot meal and a host of services and amenities to make life less hectic. You will also be provided the support that has proven to improve personal and academic success.
Our residential community is composed of seven residence halls housing over 1,200 students and single-parent families. Located in the heart of the BSU campus, they are a short walk to academic buildings and connected to other campus buildings by a system of underground walkways and tunnels.’
First year students may live in a double room in either Oak or Tamarack Hall. Upperclassmen may live in Birch, Linden, Pine and University Heights where room options include doubles, singles, suites and apartments. All room options are limited in number, and waiting lists are maintained for options that may not be immediately available.
Services and Amenities
Living on campus is about so much more than a bed to sleep in. You’ll have access to a living room, game room, TV lounge, kitchen, wireless internet, academic resources, a computer lab and plenty more services.
A huge part of living on campus is the food. Dining services has many options like the buffet-style cafeteria located in Walnut Hall affectionately known as Wally’s, the Lakeside Food Court in the Hobson Memorial Union and the convenience stores. Read more about dining options and meal plans.
Cedar Apartments features two and three-bedroom units available for single-parent students. There is lots for kids to do here, including a playroom downstairs and playground equipment in the backyard.
ADA Compliant Rooms
Learn about the FYRE, Open Borders, Health Sciences, FYRE Outdoors, and all Learning Communities of BSU residence halls on the Community Living page.