Student Services

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Meal Plan 

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Presidents Hall



Floor Plans

First Floor  

Second Floor  

Third Floor  

Fourth Floor  



Five-story high-rise 
  • Completed in 2012

    Home to the Honors Living Learning Community

    Home to the Leadership Academy Living Learning Community
    Unit Type B
2013-14 Estimate Cost=$3,605  
2-person shared suite with bathroom 
 Unit Type C
2013-14 Estimate Cost=$4,017  
2-person private suite with sitting area and bathroom  
    Unit Type D2
2013-14 Estimate Cost=$3,914  
4-person shared suite with living room, dining space, kitchenette, and 2 bathrooms.   
    Unit Type E
2013-14 Estimate Cost= $4,429   
2-person private suite with living room, dining space, kitchenette, and bathroom


Next to Kriner Dining Hall, Old Main, and Harley Hall


 Housing 399 men and women 


  • Television lounges with brand-new flat-screen TVs
  • Games, sports equipment, available to sign out at the front desk.
  • Study Lounges available on every floor
  • State-of-the-art common area kitchen for cooking
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  • Closets are built-in; the desks w/chairs and dressers are portable.
  • All beds are extra long
  • The bed height from the floor can be adjusted to either 16 inches or 26 inches.
    (If students choose to bunk their beds, they must secure bunking pins and instructions from an RA or the RD)
  • Bed rails are available upon request.
    (The University does not assume any liability for injuries resulting from falling out of bed).
  • Venetian blinds are provided.

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Vending / Laundry 

  • Vending machines are located in the lobby
  • Laundry facilities are located in each residence hall. The machines will operate either with value placed on the student ID card or by using coins.
  • Students must bring their own ironing board and iron



Property Insurance 

The University does not assume any legal obligations to pay for the loss of or damage to items of personal property. Therefore, students or parents are encouraged to carry appropriate insurance to cover such losses.